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Which '90s sitcom do you want to come back the most: 'Seinfeld' or 'Frasier'?

"Seinfeld" and "Frasier" are beloved sitcoms that ruled the airwaves in the '90s and became unavoidable in syndication. The success of "Frasier" lasted for 11 seasons and carried over into the early aughts. But "Seinfeld" is not only regarded as the top sitcom of the '90s, but often ranked as one of the greatest sitcoms ever made. Now, both Jerry Seinfeld and Kelsey Grammer are considering reboots of their respective shows. Which 'show do you want to come back the most? 

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"Well, we thought about this in a variety of ways, but the basic idea is I would play myself..."

Below is the synopsis of "Seinfeld," per IMDb.

The continuing misadventures of neurotic New York stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his equally neurotic New York friends.

Jerry Seinfeld recently told DeGeneres a revival is possible. Entertainment Weekly's Nick Romano wrote:

When talking about Seinfeld‘s future potential last year with ET, Seinfeld remarked, “Why? Maybe it’s nice that you continue to love it instead of us tampering with something that went pretty well.”
Perhaps Seinfeld changed his tune. Perhaps there is a possibility of the hit sitcom (currently available on Hulu) becoming the latest to join the TV revival bandwagon. (Stranger things have happened.) Just don’t hold your breath.

"Seinfeld" is considered a show about nothingness, often just showing the shenanigans of everyday life in New York City. While "Seinfeld" clearly resonated with adults in the ratings, '90s kids were most exposed to "Seinfeld" in syndication. At one point, it was nearly impossible not to find a rerun of "Seinfeld" on cable at any point in the day. Fans are left with memories of the smash hit sitcom in its heyday... for now.

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"This is Dr. Frasier Crane wishing you all good mental health."

Below is the synopsis of "Frasier," per IMDb.

Dr. Frasier Crane moves back to his hometown of Seattle, where he lives with his father, and works as a radio psychiatrist.

"Seinfeld" wasn't the only great sitcom popular with adults in the '90s, there was also "Frasier," which premiered in 1993 and lasted well into the aughts. The "Cheers" spin-off was so revered that it won five consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series.

"Frasier" was definitely an ironic and sarcastic sitcom about snobs who "practice" psychiatry in the professional lives, but also need it in their personal lives. While "Frasier" was clearly a show for adults, millennials continue to show how iconic Kelsey Grammer's portrayal made the series resonate across age groups.

According to Deadline, Grammer is considering a "Frasier" reboot

Unlike the slew of recent revivals of comedy series with the original cast and original creative auspices, including Will & Grace, Roseanne and Murphy Brown, I hear that Frasier is envisioned as a reboot, likely set in a new city, with the title character, played by Grammer, as a possible link to the Emmy-winning 1993 series.
Psychiatrist Frasier Crane already made a cross-country move once. He was introduced on the Boston-set NBC hit Cheers before getting his own spinoff series, Frasier, on which he returned to his hometown of Seattle to start a new life as a radio host and to reconnect with his father and brother.
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Which '90s sitcom do you want to come back the most: 'Seinfeld' or 'Frasier'?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamSeinfeld
#TeamFrasier