https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/tv/a29750783/kelsey-grammer-frasier-reboot/ I've been following this off and on for the last year or so since rumblings began. The trend these days seems to be to resurrect older shows and start producing new episodes. Some have worked well and others haven't and I'm real curious how Frasier would work today. On the one hand, Frasier was a sitcom that was never tied specifically to events from the time in which the series aired, so, other than just the style of hair, clothes, and technology, the show, IMO, has a timelessness to it. On the other hand, while a spin-off, Frasier was strong enough to make one forget that it came from a previously-established series (Cheers). With that in mind, I'd really miss the presence of John Mahoney. Marty was the perfect foil for Frasier and Niles' antics and provided some of the best laughs in the series. Grammer has stated in numerous interviews that he doesn't want to just return to the previous setting, with the same apartment and the same life that Frasier had. The series ended with Frasier going to Chicago to be with Charlotte (a character featured in the final season). This series could absolutely focus on what the next phase of Frasier's life is. I know we have some Frasier fans here. Thoughts?