‘Frasier’ Scores Season 2 Renewal At Paramount+

Kelsey Grammer is bringing back more laughs as Frasier has been renewed for a second season at Paramount+. Season 2 will continue to film in front of a live studio audience at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles.

The series follows Frasier Crane (Grammer)—a character that originated in NBC’s Cheers— in the next chapter of his life after he returns to Boston to face new challenges, forge new relationships, and – with hope – finally fulfill an old dream or two.

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Frasier also stars Jack Cutmore-Scott as Freddy, Frasier’s son; Nicholas Lyndhurst as Alan, Frasier’s old college buddy turned university professor; Toks Olagundoye as Olivia, Alan’s colleague and head of the university’s psychology department; Jess Salgueiro as Eve, Freddy’s roommate; and Anders Keith as David, Frasier’s nephew. Season one featured guest appearances from original series cast, including Bebe Neuwirth and Peri Gilpin.

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Fraiser is a love story, and I am very happy we will be allowed to continue it. I’m delighted that our partners at CBS Studios and Paramount+ are on board for another season, and I can’t wait for the fans to see what we have in store!” said Grammer in a statement.

Although Cheers co-creator James Burrows has confirmed the legendary bar from the mothership series is retired for good, Grammer has ideas on how to bring back an additional two prior castmates: Ted Danson as Sam Malone and Shelley Long as Diane Chambers.

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“The relationship with Diane is something that still gnaws at [Frasier] a little bit because he felt like he failed at it,” Grammer told Deadline on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards in January. “It would be nice if they acknowledge one another… ‘I’m glad you did ok.’”

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He added, “It would only happen if it’s important to Frasier’s development as a human being.”

Similarly, he addressed what it would take for a reunion with Danson in this universe.

“If Sam Malone is still alive and has a vital connection of making Frasier move to another place,” Grammer teased.

Although fans of the original Frasier would love to see David Hyde Pierce back as Frasier’s brother Niles, that return seems more impossible. In December, Pierce revealed he has moved on and enjoying his time working on stage and other new projects. However, the Crane legacy continues via his son Freddy Crane, portrayed by Jack Cutmore-Scott.

Frasier for Paramount+ hails from writers Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli, who executive produce with Kelsey Grammer, Tom Russo and Jordan McMahon. The series is produced by CBS Studios in association with Grammer’s Grammnet NH Productions. The series is distributed by Paramount Global Content Distribution outside of the Paramount+ markets.

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