Kelsey Grammer says he “cried” reading the first script for the Frasier reboot.

Kelsey Grammer has given fans an update on the upcoming episodes Frasier reboot.

The actor will reprise his role as Frasier Crane in a revival of the hit ’90s sitcom for Paramount+.

Appears on The conversation On Monday (July 4), Grammar stated that the team was “in the final stages of finalizing the script for the first episode of the Frasier reboot,” adding that the show “looks pretty good.”

“I’ve had a few runs and I’ve cried, so you know I’m happy,” he said.

Grammer also said that while no production date has been officially confirmed, there have been “some talks” about filming starting in October.

“There’s a few more things to come,” he says. “We’ve developed a couple of other projects that look like they’re going to be shot first.”

That Frasier Reboot confirmed in February 2021. The US sitcom, which is a spin-off from cheers ran for 11 seasons from 1993 to 2004. Grammer played psychiatrist Frasier Crane, who after the end of his marriage returns to his hometown of Seattle, Washington, to host a radio show.

In April this year, actor David Hyde Pierce, who played Niles Crane, Frasier’s younger brother, confirmed the project was going ahead but didn’t say if he would be involved or not.

It was originally reported that Grammer’s co-stars Pierce, Jane Leeves and Peri Gilpin were interested in reprising their roles for the reboot.

However, more recent reports suggested that the series would only continue with Grammer’s involvement.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/kelsey-grammer-frasier-reboot-update-paramount-b2115294.html Kelsey Grammer says he “cried” reading the first script for the Frasier reboot.


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