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The Frasier Reboot Will Not Feature David Hyde Pierce as Niles, Despite Rumors to the Contrary.

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The post-Frasier Reboot: David Hyde Pierce Won’t Play Niles Again appeared first on Consequence of Sound.

David Hyde Pierce won’t be in the Frasier reboot with Kelsey Grammer, but Grammer says that our favorite psychiatrist will still have fun even without his little brother.

Grammer told People that David basically decided that he didn’t want to repeat the role of Niles. Luckily, the setback forced the writers of Frasier to come up with a better plot for the main character than a boring cast reunion. Grammer said, “In a funny way, it just took us to a new place, which is what we wanted to do in the first place, which was a Frasier third act.” “He has a whole new life now.”

From 1993 to 2004, there were 11 seasons of Frasier. Hyde Pierce went on to work in theatre after the show ended. Most recently, she was in the HBO Max show, Julia. In an interview with Vulture in June, the actor spoke fondly about Frasier and gave a surprising level-headed view on whether or not reboots work.

“That whole time in my life, writing for those shows, and working with those actors are all very important to me. And I would never be so rude as to say, “Oh, no, thanks,” as a matter of course. I will never do that again.’ “It’s too important to me,” said Hyde Pierce. “But on the other hand, since it’s so important to me, I wouldn’t do it just to do it. I also think it can be done without me as Frasier did after Cheers by finding new stories to tell. They didn’t make a new show with the people from Cheers. They stopped by now and then, which was great, but there was something else that needed to be said, and it needed to be said in a different way. And maybe they’ll find it and I’ll be in it, or maybe they’ll find it and they won’t need me to be in it.”

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The Frasier reboot, which will be shown on Paramount+, will start practicing in February. The new episodes will take place in a new city and were written by Chris Harris (How I Met Your Mother) and Joe Cristalli (Life in Pieces). Grammer said, “He’s our brave little soldier who goes on with his life, finding new challenges, a new love, new friends, a new city, and other things like that.” “I’m really looking forward to it, and we’ll always remember the past. We have to respect the fact that John Mahoney died and that Martin is no longer with us. We’ll have to take care of that for sure.”

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