Kelsey Grammer is returning as Dr. Frasier Craine in a reboot of the beloved sequence “Frasier” coming quickly to Paramount+, CBS’s rebranded streaming service.
The information broke Wednesday on the ViacomCBS’ streaming presentation that the Emmy-winning sitcom would get a second life, together with many different sequence and movies.
“Having spent over 20 years of my inventive life on the Paramount lot, each producing reveals and performing in a number of, I’d wish to congratulate Paramount+ on its entry into the streaming world,” Grammer stated in a press release obtained by TVLine. “I gleefully anticipate sharing the subsequent chapter within the persevering with journey of Dr. Frasier Crane.”
“Frasier is likely one of the most acclaimed comedies in trendy tv historical past and really defines premium storytelling,” stated CBS Studios prez David Stapf in a press release. “There has lengthy been a name from followers for its return, and that decision is now answered due to the superb Kelsey Grammer reprising his iconic function of Dr. Frasier Crane and an excellent inventive plan from Joe, Chris and Kelsey. We will’t wait to disclose its subsequent chapter on Paramount+.”
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Manufacturing is reportedly slated to start manufacturing this summer time.
Different sequence coming to Paramount+ embody the seventh and last season of “Youthful,” two “Yellowstone” spinoff sequence titled “6666” and “Y: 1883,” and a “Ray Donovan” characteristic movie with the sequence’ star Liev Schreiber set to co-write.
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“Legal Minds” can also be getting the reboot remedy and will probably be accompanied by a companion docuseries. The procedural drama initially aired for 15 years on CBS.
Paramount+ can even have a brand new true crime anthology sequence, titled “American Tragedy,” primarily based on the success of the Paramount Community miniseries “Waco.”
And a slew of sequence tailored from Paramount’s in depth library of movies together with “The Italian Job,” “Love Story,” and “Deadly Attraction.”
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New “Pet Sematary,” “Workaholics,” “Paranormal Exercise” motion pictures are heading to the streaming service and revivals of “Reno 911” and “Inside Amy Schumer” as specials.