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Kelsey Grammer states that the Frazier restart is "in the final stages".

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Kelsey Grammer says a reboot of 'Frasier' is very close.
Kelsey Grammer says the "Frasier" restart is very close.Famous Photos / Files/Bang Showbiz

Kelsey Grammer is in the "final stage" of the development of the "Frager" reboot.

The 67-year-old actor played Frasier Crane on the hit Sitcom between 1993 and 2004 and is currently working on a long-awaited reboot.

In a preview of his upcoming appearance in "The Talk," Glamor explains: Do not know. Several other things will happen. I've also developed some other projects that seem to be the first to shoot.

"But we are in the final stages of the final script of the reboot, which is the first episode of" Frazier ". And that looks pretty good. I ran several times, but I was happy because I cried.

Grammar also joked about his own importance to the project.

The actor who played the role of Fraser in "Cheers" before joining the hit spin-off series said: "The key element of a" Frazier "reboot is actually the Frazier. I was always called [Frager]. The key is me.

The grammar previously revealed that it was keen to reunite the old cast and described the reboot as "act 3".

Glamor starred with David Hyde Pierce, Jane Leeves and others on the first run of the show.

"I think we're going to get most of the actors back, I'm sure we want them back, and I'm pretty sure they'll come back I'm doing it, "he said in an interview last year.

"To be honest, there are actually stories that can be told with or without them, but that's what I've always dreamed of, so I want to get them back. That's my hope, as I thought we should explore all of their lives in their third act. "

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