Hit ’90s Show ‘Frasier’ To Get A Revival – Will David Hyde Pierce Return?
If you were of a fan of the ’90s show Frasier, get excited because it is coming back with brand new episodes.
On Wednesday, Kelsey Grammer, who starred in the original series, announced that he would return in a revival of the series. His character will focus on “the next chapter in the continuing journey of Dr. Frasier Crane.”
No further details were given about the new show, including if David Hyde Pierce or Jane Leeves will reprise their roles as Niles Crane and Daphne Moon. Actor John Mahoney who appeared on the show as the father, passed away in 2018.
Frasier debuted in 1993 as a spin-off series of the show Cheers. Frasier won five Emmy Awards for best comedy season before coming to an end in 2004. The show told the series of Frasier Crane, a man returning to his Seattle hometown to take care of his elderly father and psychiatrist brother Niles.
“There has long been a call from fans for its return and that call is now answered,” CBS president David Stapf said in a statement.
The revival will be produced by CBS Studios and will premiere at an unknown date on the new streaming service Paramount+.
Frasier joined the growing list of revivals and reboots of hit TV shows – including Gossip Girl, Charmed, Sex and the City, Roseanne, Will & Grace and Dexter.