Journey back to the 1990s with this collection of television series on Netflix.
“Tossed salad and scrambled eggs.”
An enormously popular spin-off of the series Cheers (1982-1993), Frasier followed the character Dr Frasier Crane (played by Kelsey Grammer), a middle-aged psychiatrist, back to his hometown of Seattle, Washington where he begins a new life as a talk radio show host.
Like Cheers, Frasier utilised class tensions to great comedic effect, contrasting Frasier and his brother’s (played by David Hyde Pierce) refined sensibilities with that of their more down-to-earth father (played by John Mahoney).
It is warm, quick-witted comedy (though the canned laughter can be pretty wearing), which, aptly, in terms of its lead character, is full of keen psychological insight into family dynamics.