11 Facts About Frasier


Frasier is an American television sitcom that was broadcast on NBC for 11 seasons.

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Dan Butler's role as Bob "Bulldog" Briscoe, a sports talk show host on Frasier's station, was later upgraded from a recurring to main character.

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Frasier was critically acclaimed, with the series and the cast winning thirty-seven Primetime Emmy Awards, a record at the time for a scripted series.

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Frasier frequently spends time with his younger brother, Niles, a fellow psychiatrist, who becomes attracted to Daphne and eventually marries her.

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Frasier had told his bar friends on Cheers that he was an only child; however, Sheila Guthrie, the assistant casting director on Wings, brought the producers a photo of Pierce and noted his resemblance to Grammer when he first appeared on Cheers.

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Frasier recommended him should they ever want Frasier to have a brother.

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Frasier's apartment was designed to be ultra-modern in an eclectic style .

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Frasier has indicated a new series will pay tribute to John Mahoney, who died in 2018.

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Frasier is one of the most critically acclaimed comedy series of all time and one of the most successful spin-off series in television history.

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Kevin Cherry believes that Frasier was able to stay fresh by not making any contemporary commentary, therefore allowing the show to be politically and socially neutral.

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In 2002, Frasier was ranked number 34 on TV Guides 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time.

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