Frasier: Season Two; Patricia Heaton, Greer Grammar, and Yvette Nicole Brown to Guest on Paramount+ Sequel Series – canceled + renewed TV shows, ratings

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The cast for season two of Frasier is getting bigger. Three new additions have been announced. Viewers will see Patricia Heaton, Greer Grammar, and Yvette Nicole Brown appear in guest star roles in the reboot series, which was renewed in February. Production on season two of the series started last month.

Kelsey Grammer, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Jack Cutmore-Scott, Anders Keith, Jess Salgueiro, and Toks Olagundoye star in the Paramount+ series, which follows Dr. Fraiser Crane (Grammer) as he returns to Boston. It was previously revealed that Roz Doyle (Peri Gilpin), from the original incarnation of Frasier,  will recur during season two.

Heaton, who starred opposite Grammer in Back to You, will guest as a woman Frasier finds attractive. Deadline revealed the following about her role:

She will play Holly who is down-to-earth, unpretentious, and openly mocking of overly-intellectual types. A Boston native who tends bar at upscale restaurants and events, Holly is extraordinarily comfortable with both who and where she is in life, a quality that the always-climbing, always-reaching Frasier (Grammer) finds as alien as he does attractive.

As for Greer Grammer, Kelsey’s real-life daughter, she will appear as Roz’s daughter.  Deadline teased the following about her role:

Greer Grammer (Awkward, The Middle) will guest star on the series as Roz Doyle’s (Peri Gilpin) daughter Alice all grown up. Now in her late twenties, friendly, outgoing Alice has inherited more than some of her mother’s free-spirited ways. Having just moved to Providence to study architecture, Alice is eager to catch up with Frasier’s son Freddy (Jack Cutmore-Scott)—and complicate whatever romantic plans he may have.

The final addition, Yvette Nicole Brown, will appear as Monica, the sister of Professor Olivia Finch (Olagundoye), the chair of Harvard University’s psychology department. Although Monica was mentioned several times during the first season, she was never seen.

Per Variety, the following was said about Brown guesting by series co-showrunners Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli:

“We are thrilled to be graced with the comedic gifts of Yvette Nicole Brown. Her work is effervescent, deftly balancing humor and heart. She is just a delight.”

The premiere date for season two of Frasier will be announced later.

What do you think? Have you watched the Frasier revival? Do you plan to watch season two of this comedy on Paramount+?

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