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Kelsey Grammer Reveals Why David Hyde Pierce Is Not Returning To ‘Frasier’ Sequel – Deadline

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Kelsey Grammer is open about david hyde piercedecision not to go back Frasier Paramount+ revival series. Hyde Pierce played the younger brother of Emmy-winning glamor Frasier Crane. cheers spin-off series.

“David basically decided he wasn’t really interested in repeating Niles’ performance,” Grammer said. people in an interview.

rear FrasierHyde Pierce continued a successful theatrical career, most recently starring in the HBO Max series Julia.

Grammer said Hyde Pierce’s decision not to return actually worked well in terms of the new series’ storyline.

“So funny, it took us to new places. Anyway, that’s what we originally wanted to do. Frasier Third act,” Grammer told People in an interview. “It’s a whole new life for him.”

Hyde Pierce used to Vulture It wouldn’t be a given for him to return for the revival series.

“All the time in my life, the writing on those shows, the actors I’ve gotten to work with—all are very important to me. Never underestimate it in a way. I’m never going to do that again. It’s too valuable to me,” he told his Vulture. I believe you can do it. Frasier left behind cheersthey didn’t bring cheers A gang that makes a new show. They popped in from time to time and it was a lot of fun, but there was something that needed to be said and had to be said in a different way. Or maybe they find it and I don’t need to participate. “

Grammer will reprise his signature character in the follow-up series as psychiatrist-turned-radio host Frasier Crane.No details about the new series have been revealed beyond the fact that it will focus on the next chapter of his Frasier Crane (Grammer) in another city, and he will be playing some original new characters. be surrounded Frasier Cast members are not expected to be series regulars, but may make guest appearances.

Frasier It ran for 11 seasons on NBC from 1993 to 2004 and won five Emmy Awards for Best Comedy Series. Created by the late David Angell, Peter Casey and David Lee and produced by Grammer’s Grammnet Prods. Paramount Network Television, the predecessor of CBS Studios, Frasier Starring Grammer, Hyde Pierce, Jane Reeves, Peri Gilpin, and the late John Mahoney.

new incarnation of Frasier Writer Chris Harris (how i met your mother) and Joe Crystalli (life in pieces) is executive producing with Grammer, Tom Russo and Jordan McMahon. The series will be produced by Grammer’s CBS Studios in collaboration with his Grammnet NH Productions.

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