Frasier – New Series Trailer

The two-episode series premiere of Frasier is on October 12th.

The highly anticipated return of “Frasier” is finally on the horizon. Kelsey Grammer is reprising his iconic role as Frasier Crane, which earned him multiple Emmy Awards. The upcoming Paramount+ original series promises a delightful reunion with the beloved psychiatrist. The 10-episode first season will premiere on Thursday, October 12, with a double dose of Frasier. As an added treat, CBS will broadcast the first two episodes back to back on Tuesday, October 17. It will offer fans an opportunity to relive the magic on network television. The series’ return couldn’t be timelier, as it coincides with the 30th anniversary of the original “Frasier” series. The show still holds the record for the most Emmy wins for a comedy series. This revival promises to be an entertaining and nostalgic journey into the next chapter of Frasier’s life for both loyal fans and newcomers.

Leading up to the series premiere, fans will get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look with “Inside the Series,” hosted by Kevin Frazier from “Entertainment Tonight.” This half-hour special will feature interviews with the cast and creative team, providing insights into the show’s making. It’s set to debut on October 6 on Paramount+ and various platforms, allowing viewers to delve deeper into the world of Frasier before the series officially returns. With the original cast and some intriguing new additions, including Jack Cutmore-Scott as Frasier’s son and Nicholas Lyndhurst as an old college buddy, “Frasier” is ready to re-enter the building and win the hearts of audiences all over again.

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Sean Tajipour is the Founder and Editor of Nerdtropolis and the host of the Moviegoers Society Podcast. He is also a member of the Critics Choice Association. You can follow on Twitter and Instagram @Seantaj.

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