Kelsey Grammer is just one of the celebrities with a lot of children.
Kelsey Grammer is just one of the celebrities with a lot of children.
Stephen Colbert is still recovering.
Kelsey Grammer sounded curt this morning when he brusquely told a BBC Today program interviewer that he still supports Donald Trump but, according to his interviewer, this curtness doesn’t tell the full story.
BreAnna Bell Tracee Ellis Ross received quite the Christmas surprise at her “Candy Cane Lane” premiere when she learned of her cameo in Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” film. The actress spoke with Variety on the carpet when she learned of her brief appearance in the film, which shows her among the crowd at one of the “Alien Superstar’s” Los Angeles shows at SoFi Stadium. In the clip, which follows another notable cameo from Cardi B, Ross is seen holding her breath as she participates in Beyoncé’s now-viral mute challenge.
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The Late Show won’t air this week on CBS after Stephen Colbert had another medical emergency.
Stephen Colbert had to cancel all of his Late Show with Stephen Colbert episodes this week due to a ruptured appendix.
Stephen Colbert has canceled “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” for the week after suffering a health scare. On Monday, Colbert, 59, posted on Instagram via his show’s official account, “Sorry to say that I have to cancel our shows this week. I’m sure you’re thinking, ‘Turkey overdose, Steve? Gravy boat capsize?’ Actually.
Kelsey Grammer has said that he “did his best” to convince David Hyde Pierce to return in his role of Niles Crane for the recent Frasier reboot. In a new interview with Variety, Grammer revealed that he made every effort to talk his former co-star into coming back, but that it fell on deaf ears. “I really wanted David Hyde Pierce to join us,” he said.
Nearly four decades after playing Frasier Crane in the third season of Cheers and thirty years since Frasier Crane got his own show, Kelsey Grammer is back with a Frasier revival, currently streaming on Paramount+.
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Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large It’s a chilly February evening on the Paramount lot as Kelsey Grammer transforms into Frasier Crane for the first time in nearly two decades. It’s an emotional moment on set, both nostalgic and anticipatory. The sets are new, as is every cast member besides Grammer.
Comic book fans are going to be laughing at this headline, but we have a feeling that many The Marvels viewers won’t realize that X-Men‘s The Beast is making a cameo in the end credits scene.
The Simpsons, which sees Lisa murder one of the show’s long-running characters.The moment took place in the latest Halloween special of the animated series – called Treehouse Of Horror XXXIV –which aired on Sunday (November 5).In the episode, a segment is featured called ‘Ei8ht’, which is set in an alternate universe where Sideshow Bob has finally fulfilled his dream of killing Bart – leading to Lisa becoming a true crime specialist.Brought in to help the police track down a serial killer who has been targeting first-born children across Springfield, she goes to Sideshow Bob for assistance. However, in an unexpected twist, it is revealed that it is Lisa herself who is the killer and has been on her murderous rampage in a bid to get close to Bob and carry out her revenge.The plot twist in the episode came as a surprise to viewers, with many anticipating that if Sideshow Bob were to be killed off, it would have eventually been carried out by Bart.This comes as the character – voiced by Frasier star Kelsey Grammer – has been a long-running nemesis of the 10-year-old, and has been on a quest to murder him since Season One.Although the character of Sideshow Bob meets his gruesome demise in the latest Treehouse Of Horror, the death isn’t permanent as the Halloween episodes are set in an alternate universe – meaning he is still alive and well in the main Simpsons universe.Elsewhere in the episode, Kylie Jenner makes a guest appearance in one storyline, helping Marge venture into the metaverse to save Bart, who has been turned into an NFT.
As Kelsey Grammer says in his 2020 low-budget action movie Money Plane, “Whatever you want to wager on, the money plane has you covered. You want to bet on a dude f*cking an alligator? Money Plane.”
Marie Osmond may not be leaving her children a bundle of money, but that does not mean she does not help them out financially along the way. Osmond previously said leaving her children a big inheritance would only "harm" them. In an interview with Fox News Digital, Osmond doubled down on her statement.
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Frasier revival have revealed their original idea for the show’s return, which involved David Hyde Pierce as Niles.Kelsey Grammer is the only core cast member who reprises his role in the Paramount+ sequel series, which follows Frasier as he teaches at a university in Boston – the setting where the character was originally introduced in 1980s sitcom Cheers.Showrunners Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli originally approached Pierce “a couple of times” about returning to play Frasier’s brother Niles before he declined, which changed their approach to the revival.“He was in a tough position,” Cristalli told Vulture. “Everybody wants to see him as Niles, but he doesn’t want to step back into those shoes.
according to The Hollywood Reporter. “I went into one of the executive’s office and I saw an X3 script, and I immediately knew it was a lot fatter. I was like, ‘What the hell is this draft?'” the “Kingsmen” director told the audience.
The "Frasier" reboot has arrived. The 10-episode reboot follows Frasier Crane as he moves back to Boston and takes a job as a professor to reconnect with his son, who is hesitant to let him back into his life. In a video released by Paramount+, Kelsey Grammer called stepping back into Frasier's shoes an "incredible journey" while speaking with the studio audience prior to taping.
Paramount+ revival of the series dropped its first two episodes on Oct. 12. And while Kelsey Grammer’s Dr.
pretentious quips and drinking sherry wine in Boston. The Paramount+ revival of “Frasier” premiered Thursday — with one original character noticeably absent.The late John Mahoney — who portrayed Frasier’s retired police office father Martin Crane in the 1993 series — wasn’t sitting in his iconic yellow stripped chair anymore.The famed actor, known for “Say Anything,” “Hot in Cleveland,” and his stage work, died in 2018 at the age of 77.However, his legacy stayed strong, and the revival paid tribute to him in the pilot episode that dropped on Oct.
Frasier has received the reboot treatment in a sequel series on Paramount+.Created by Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli, the revival series picks up as Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) moves back to Boston – the setting where the character was originally introduced in Cheers before he received his own spin-off, Frasier, set in Seattle.While some veteran cast members return like Bebe Neuwirth and Peri Gilpin, the series largely features a new ensemble, including Nicholas Lyndhurst as university professor Alan, Jack Cutmore-Scott as Frasier’s son Freddy, Anders Keith as Frasier’s nephew David, Jess Salgueiro as Freddy’s roommate Eve and Toks Olagundoye as Olivia.The first two episodes landed on Paramount+ on October 12 in the US and October 13 in the UK. The remaining eight episodes will be released weekly from these dates, with the finale scheduled for December 7, 2023.You can check out the release schedule below.Paramount has yet to announce whether the show will return for a second season.
Frasier has received the reboot treatment in a sequel series on Paramount+.Created by Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli, the revival series picks up as Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) moves back to Boston – the setting where the character was originally introduced in Cheers before he received his own spin-off, Frasier, set in Seattle.While some veteran cast members return like Bebe Neuwirth and Peri Gilpin, the series largely features a new ensemble, including Nicholas Lyndhurst as university professor Alan, Jack Cutmore-Scott as Frasier’s son Freddy, Anders Keith as Frasier’s nephew David, Jess Salgueiro as Freddy’s roommate Eve and Toks Olagundoye as Olivia.David Hyde Pierce, who played Frasier’s younger brother Niles in the original show, turned down the opportunity to appear in the revival.Speaking to People about his absence, Grammer said: “David basically decided he wasn’t really interested in repeating the performance of Niles.”His absence from the cast, however, took the show into a new direction, according to Grammer. “In a very funny way, it just took us to a new place, which was what we originally wanted to do anyway, which was a Frasier third act,” he added.
Frasier has received the reboot treatment in a sequel series on Paramount+.Created by Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli, the revival series picks up as Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) moves back to Boston – the setting where the character was originally introduced in Cheers before he received his own spin-off, Frasier, set in Seattle.While some veteran cast members make guest appearances, the revival series largely features a new ensemble, including Nicholas Lyndhurst as university professor Alan, Jack Cutmore-Scott as Frasier’s son Freddy, Anders Keith as Frasier’s nephew David, Jess Salgueiro as Freddy’s roommate Eve and Toks Olagundoye as Olivia.For the reboot, Grammer sings a re-recorded version of the show’s classic theme song ‘Tossed Salads And Scrambled Eggs’ – check it out above.While the recording has changed, the lyrics have stayed the same: “Hey baby, I hear the blues are calling/ Tossed salads and scrambled eggs/ And maybe I seem a bit confused/ Yeah maybe, but I got you pegged/ But I don’t know what to do with those tossed salads and scrambled eggs”.The theme song originally acted as a reference to Frasier’s job as a radio psychiatrist, with lines like “the blues are calling” referring to callers on his show.The meaning behind the song was revealed on former Frasier writer Ken Levine’s blog, where he interviewed the song’s composer, Bruce Miller.
Frasier starring Kelsey Grammer and Nicholas Lyndhurst has received mixed reviews from critics.Led by showrunners Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli, the series sees Frasier Crane (Grammer) return to Boston – where the character was first introduced in 1980s sitcom Cheers before his own spin-off, Frasier, which was set in Seattle.Aside from the return of Grammer, the show largely features a new ensemble cast, including Lyndhurst as university professor Alan, Jack Cutmore-Scott as Frasier’s son Freddy, Anders Keith as Frasier’s nephew David, Jess Salgueiro as Eve and Toks Olagundoya as Olivia.Critics, who have viewed the first five episodes, have been left divided on the show’s new direction however. In a four-star review on the Guardian, Frasier is described as a “joy to watch” once you get past the early episodes.“Unlike the wretched reboot of Sex And The City, Frasier’s team has managed to update the comedy’s situation, incorporate Frasier’s greater age and its different challenges and diversify its casting without apparent strain,” the review reads.
Ben Croll Home to the Taylor Sheridan stable and to the “Star Trek” franchise, Paramount+ is looking for “populist” dramas that hold a wider sway and can span several seasons, said Paramount TV president Nicole Clemens at her keynote at MIA Market in Rome on Tuesday. “We’re not looking for shows that just play to New York and Los Angeles,” Clemens explained. “That doesn’t mean they’re not edgy, that doesn’t mean [they can’t be] dark.
Aramide Tinubu The film and television industries have resigned themselves to becoming recycling factories. Reboots and revivals have become the norm among the brand-new content that premieres each year. Still, fans rightfully sneered when Paramount+ announced the revival of “Frasier,” a reboot of the Emmy-winning show, which ran on NBC for 11 seasons from 1993-2004.
Frasier is back.
Frasier – watch the video below.The comedy series is due to return to screens this month after nearly two decades off air, with Grammer back as therapist Frasier Crane.The actor addressed the show’s comeback during an audience event in which he expressed his gratitude to loyal fans.“I’m delighted you’re here. I can’t tell you how grateful I am that you’re here and how grateful we are that we have a chance to do this for you again,” Grammer told the audience.“I am very excited about what we’re doing, this new group of people that you can fall in love with and get to know.
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