In the one-hour series finale, which was watched by almost 34 million viewers on May 13, 2004, Frasier left Seattle for Chicago, Illinois, to follow his girlfriend, Charlotte (Laura Linney), instead of relocating to San Francisco, California, for a new professional opportunity.
The star h as been meeting with writers to come up with ideas for a reboot of the show, probably set in a new city, Hollywood website Deadline reports.
Although not quite as outlandish as today's other reboot news, it seems that Frasier might be the next TV series in line for a new take.
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Some of the new concepts being discussed include: adding a number of new characters and moving the backdrop of the series from Seattle, where the original show was set. He went on to add that he didn't think Frasier's relationship with Laura Linney's character Charlotte would have worked out.
Of the big three 90s sitcoms - Frasier, Friends, Seinfeld - this is the only one that could feasibly work, and it could be interesting to see Frasier Crane trying to tackle the modern world's problems.
During the course of its run, Frasier garnered an impressive 37 Primetime Emmy Awards, setting a new scripted-series record. Grammer won four Emmys for his titular performance. If the producers settle on a writer and a premise, the project could move beyond exploratory stage.
So far, reps for Grammer and CBS TV Studios have declined to comment.