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‘Frasier’ Renewal Set to Be Broadcasted on Paramount+


‘Frasier’ Renewal Set to Be Broadcasted on Paramount+

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Among the many television comedies from the 1990s, Frasier stood out as one of the most acclaimed, enjoying an 11-season run over 11 years. Revered for its intricate narratives and clever wit, Frasier has consistently been a highlight in Kelsey Grammer’s career, earning him six Emmys, three Golden Globes, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Tony Award. Grammer has been discreetly advocating for a return of the show for a while, and in the current era of revivals and reboots in entertainment, it seems his wish is finally coming true.

During an investor presentation, ViacomCBS announced the official renewal of Frasier for their freshly rebranded streaming platform, Paramount+. Grammer will naturally resume his role as Dr. Frasier Crane and will also serve as one of the show’s executive producers. While no other original cast members have been confirmed for the project yet, given its recent confirmation, this detail might change in the future.

“After investing more than two decades of my artistic journey on the Paramount premises, in both producing and acting in multiple shows, I want to extend my congratulations to Paramount+ on venturing into the streaming realm,” mentioned Grammer. “I eagerly look forward to sharing the next phase in Dr. Frasier Crane’s ongoing adventure.”

Frasier is one of the most esteemed comedy series in recent television history, epitomizing premium storytelling,” stated David Stapf, CBS Studios president. “Fans have longed for its return, and now, their wishes are granted with the exceptional Kelsey Grammer reprising his iconic role as Dr. Frasier Crane, combined with an ingenious creative approach from Joe, Chris, and Kelsey. We are excited to unveil its new saga on Paramount+.”

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