Kelsey Grammer, a four-time Emmy winner for his role on Frasier, admits he was eager to try on a dramatic role after his short-lived and critically panned 2009 sitcom Hank.
"With Hank, nobody really liked that, and it wasn't very funny," Grammer, 56, told reporters with a chuckle at the Television Critics Association conference Friday to promote the upcoming Starz political drama Boss. "So we thought we'd do something different."
Kelsey Grammer plots return to television
Grammer said he had a bad feeling about Hank early on, but remained optimistic that the show could be...
Starz has greenlighted Boss, a pilot which would bring Fraiser's Kelsey Grammer back to television, Variety reports.
Described as "a modern-day King Lear," the drama follows...
Is Kelsey Grammer resurrecting Frasier Crane?
Contrary to a series of tweets on the actor's Twitter page that suggested a Frasier reunion and spin-off, Grammer's rep, Stan Rosenfield, tells TVGuide.com that no such project — or any project involving Dr. Frasier Crane, the famous small-screen psychiatrist — is in the works. ...
Rob Riggle is joining Team Spitz for CBS, Variety reports.
The Daily Show alum, 39, will star as a...
ABC has canceled freshman comedy series Hank after only five episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Is your favorite show in danger?
The show, starring Kelsey Grammer, will halt production after filming the show's ...