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Another Frasier Reboot Competes With Official Revival By Releasing 1 Day Earlier-TGN

Summary

  • A different Frasier remake is premiering before the Paramount+ revival comes out.
  • The crowdsourced project aims to remake the Frasier season 1 finale episode “My Coffee with Niles” in various art styles.
  • The Frasier season 1 finale, “Coffee with Niles,” was a special episode that showcased the show’s brilliant writing and performances.


A different Frasier remake is premiering before the Paramount+ revival comes out. Kelsey Grammer is reprising his iconic Cheers role in the new Frasier revival on the aforementioned streaming service. In the new show, Frasier Crane returns to Boston as he ties some loose ends and attempts to reconnect with his grown-up son, Freddy. The project doesn’t feature the main cast of the Seattle-based series, but a separate endeavor to bring the snobbish psychiatrist back will be bringing back the beloved cast.

Before Paramount+’s Frasier revival comes out on October 12, Our Frasier Remake will release its own project, as announced in its own teaser. Watch it below:

The crowdsourced project aims to remake the Frasier season 1 finale episode “My Coffee with Niles.” As seen in the video above, it features the frames of the said outing re-imagined using various art styles.


Why Frasier Season 1 Finale Is One Of Its Best Episodes

Released in 1993, Frasier was the spin-off of one of the most celebrated sitcoms of all time, Cheers. Despite the pressure, it was able to exceed expectations, holding the record for most Emmy wins for a comedy series with 37 wins and 107 nominations. Frasier‘s writing was always great, thoughtful, smart, and funny, coupled with the cast’s brilliant performance, and it shouldn’t be surprising that it remains very popular. So much so that Paramount+ ordered its revival.

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There are so many memorable episodes of the show — a testament to its consistent writing quality throughout its 11-year run. The Frasier season 1 finale, however, was very special. Instead of doing a traditional finale trope such as a cliffhanger, “Coffee with Niles” had a simple premise: Niles sitting down with Frasier at Café Nervosa for a talk and asking the older Crane if he was happy. The question was loaded, considering that Frasier’s move to Seattle was born from his separation from Lilith. Making things more complicated was the tricky relationship he had with his father, who was living with him.

Amid a series of events that included the barista screwing his coffee order multiple times throughout the episode, Frasier came to the realization that he was happy. It was the perfect way to bring the show’s first season full circle, considering that it started with him struggling with the way his life had unexpectedly panned out. “Coffee with Niles” was hilarious and touching at the same time, and it’s arguably one of Frasier‘s best offerings. No wonder, Our Frasier Remake chose it as the subject of their project.

Source: Our Frasier Remake

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