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"Frager" star Kelsey Grammer calls the script for the first episode of the reboot "crying." "I am happy"

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Kelsey Grammer preparesand becomes Dr. Frasier Crane again

On Monday, the actor appeared in "The Talk" and what to the audience It happens from a reboot with Paramount + that made me sneak a peek at what to do.

"We are in the final stages of the final script of the first episode of'Frager'and look pretty good," he told 67-year-old host Akbar Gbajabiamila. "I ran it a few times, and I cried, so you know, I'm happy."

Emmy award winners, the key element of the reboot is He said he was "actually a Frazier".


"to debut a new American history series hosted by KELSEY GRAMMER To be honest, it's me because it was always called it, "he joked. "The key is me, or I am the key."

Grammer said production of the series is scheduled to begin in the fall.

"Probably in October, there was some conversation about [Start], probably a little later," Grammer said. "Several other things are planned. We have developed some other projects that seem to be the first to shoot."

In February 2021, the streaming serviceAnnounced that Grammarwill replay his famous role.

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Kelsey Grammer filming the last episode of "Frasier" titled "Goodnight, Seattle."

Kelsey Grammer is filming the final episode of "Frasier" titled "Good Night, Seattle". (NBCU Photo Bank / NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

"For over 20 years, I spent my creative life in Paramount Lot and made a show. I would like to congratulate Paramount + on entering the world of streaming. " "We are pleased to share the next chapter of Dr. Frasier Crane's ongoing journey."

The star played the renowned radio psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane. He returns from Boston to his hometown of Seattle, where he lives with his father (John Mahoney). Sitcom aired from 1993 to 2004.

The "Cheers" spin-off, which took place over 11 seasons, won an outstanding Emmy Award-winning comedy series in each of the first five seasons and ended with the37 Emmy Awards. According to, the overall prize is, which includes four for the role of glamor.

Grammar first appeared in 1984 when it was introduced in "Cheers" as a love interest in Diane Chambers (Shelley Long). He also made a special appearance in the series "Wings," produced and produced by veterans of "Cheers," which aired from 1990 to 1997.

Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce hold their Emmys for "Frasier" at the 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce will be hosting the "Frager" Emmy at the 50th Primetime Emmy Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles. (Gim Kulish / AFP via Getty Images)

"He will move," Glamor toldFox NewsDigitalin 2021. Talked about the fans. We can expect Dr. Crane this time. "He will eventually end up in another place ... and he begins what he thinks is one life and it turns into another. I call him" it's a wonderful life "now George・ I think it's Bailey.

"He wanted to go see the world and something happened ... it pulled him back and he had to live a life completely different from the way he planned." He continued. The result is love, emotional wealth, and a very extraordinary life. And I think it's about Frazier.

Glamor was previously reported to have reached out to former co-stars of the show, including David Hyde Pierce, Jane Leeves, and Peri Gilpin.

"I think they're a little nervous, but I think they're really happy," Glamor said. to go. You see, you know what I mean. You never know. One or two of them said, "Oh no, I can't. I can't." But I don't think so. I think they will see the wisdom of trying it out. 107}

John Mahoney, seen with Kelsey Grammer in an episode of "Frasier," passed away in 2018 at age 77.

With John Mahoney and Kelsey Grammer The episode of "Frasier" died in 2018 at the age of 77.(NBCU Photo Bank / NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

However, there is one person who is overlooked. Mahony, the Patriarch of Television, died in 2018 at the age of 77

"John was a lot of fun," Glamor recalled. "He was always kind, sweet and lovely, but his irony was that once he was overseeing him at the show, he said," John, let's put the dog [Eddie] on his lap. " I did. And he says. "No, no." I said, "what's going on?" They had to put a little sardine oil on his hands, just like a dog licks something instead of groaning or biting. I had to. .. It was just the love of the camera. They fought each other, and he was really funny about his relationship with the dog. "

" ... every time I talked to him, we just had a great time, "Grammer shared. "We spent off-screen together in New York. I met him in Chicago and once in Ireland. He was just a great guy."

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