Frasier, the hit comedy series that was a mainstay of the 1990s and 2000s, could be making a comeback of sorts.
According to a report from Deadline, the show’s star Kelsey Grammer is exploring the idea of rebooting the show for a new audience.
Anyone expecting a return of characters like Daphne, Niles and Roz could be left disappointed though.
The report indicates that any new version would be “a reboot, likely set in a new city, with the title character, played by Grammer, as a possible link to the Emmy-winning 1993 series.”
Grammer has been meeting with several writers who are pitching concepts for a potential follow-up to the show, which also starred David Hyde Pierce, Janes Leeves, Peri Gilpin and the late John Mahoney.
Created by David Angell, David Lee and Peter Casey, Frasier started life as a spin-off to the Boston-set sitcom classic Cheers.
It saw Grammer’s titular character up sticks from Boston to return to Seattle where he started a new career as a radio host and began to reconnect with his family.
Funning for 11 seasons from 1993 to 2004, the show has continued to garner fans thanks to regular repeats, meaning any reboot or return would be
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