'Frasier' Revival Confirmed for Season 2 at Paramount+!

‘Frasier’ Revival is Confirmed for Season 2 at Paramount+!

The revival of “Frasier” on Paramount+ has just been renewed for a second season at the streaming service. Ten episodes of the new “Frasier,” in which Kelsey Grammer reprises the role that made him renowned on “Cheers” and subsequently on the original “Frasier” (1993-2004), debuted in October.

Grammer stated in November of last year his intention to maintain the new “Frasier” for an extended period of time. “At the very least, I believe we should produce another hundred episodes,” he told Variety at the time. “The foundation between these individuals is sufficient; they are remarkable individuals. It is intriguing to observe their destination. I am also intrigued by the development of Frasier.

“Frasier,” produced by CBS Studios, will continue filming in front of a live studio audience at Paramount Studios.

'Frasier' Revival Confirmed for Season 2 at Paramount+!

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“Being permitted to continue ‘Frasier,’ which is a love story, is an absolute pleasure,” Grammer said in a statement. “I am ecstatic that CBS Studios and Paramount+ have renewed their support for the show, and I eagerly anticipate what the fans will discover in the upcoming season.”

Twenty years after our last saw him preparing to relocate to Chicago, the novel “Frasier” focuses on Grammer’s titular character. After concluding his twenty-year tenure as a talk show host in Chicago, Frasier has returned to Boston in order to reunite with his adult son Freddy (portrayed by Jack Cutmore-Scott) and nephew David (portrayed by Anders Keith). Alan (Nicholas Lyndhurst), an old Oxford friend, quickly persuades him to apply for a position as a professor in the psychology department at Harvard, which is directed by Olivia (Toks Olagundoye). Eve, portrayed by Jess Salgueiro, is Freddy’s friend and resides directly opposite Frasier and his son.

Bebe Neuwirth portrayed Freddy’s mother and Frasier’s ex-lilith, while Peri Gilpin was Frasier’s former radio producer Roz. Guests from the “Cheers”/”Frasier” creative universe appeared in Season 1.

Joe Cristalli (“Life in Pieces”) and Chris Harris (“How I Met Your Mother”) serve as executive producers and showrunners, respectively, on the new “Frasier,” alongside Grammer, Tom Russo, and Jordan McMahon. Jointly produced by CBS Studios and Grammer’s Grammnet NH Productions, the series takes shape.

“As one of the most recognizable and cherished characters in television history, Kelsey triumphantly returned,” said Jeff Grossman, executive vice president of programming for Paramount+. “Although debuting an entirely new generation, the new series brought ‘Frasier’ back to life for fans in the form of Kelsey’s enduring performance as Dr. Crane.” “We cannot wait to see what the brilliant cast and creative team have in store for Season 2!”

It has been thirty years since the premiere of the original “Frasier”; that “Frasier” continues to hold the record for the most Emmy victories by a comedy series with 37. James Burrows, an illustrious television producer and director who was also a co-creator of “Cheers” and oversaw the original “Frasier” pilot, oversaw the initial two episodes of the new “Frasier.”

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