Kelsey Grammer gave fans an update on the possibility of a Girlfriends reboot– or a revival series, rather– in his latest interview with Deadline.

When speaking to the outlet about the currently-running Frasier revival, Grammer answered if he had any update on rebooting Girlfriends, the show he produced starring Tracee Ellis Ross, [other actors]. He said he’d love to get it back on the air.

“I would love to reboot Girlfriends. Of course, it would probably be a different kind of show, but we got The Game back on and that was wonderful,” he said. “I don’t know if Paramount+ is gonna grab another season of that but you never know. I think they should because I know many people who love that show and love those characters and would like to see them continue. We’ll see what happens.”

“…I would love to reboot Girlfriends and I would love to see Tracee in that role again, he continued. “She was terrific in that. The show was a wonderful opportunity to see all those young women start out. It’s such a beautiful ensemble effort and I was very proud to be connected to that.”

Grammer has talked in the past about his love for Girlfriends and what it was like getting it on the air back in 2000. As he told Blavity’s Shadow and Act in 2022, he wanted to actually create the type of show television executives were always saying they wanted, despite their actions stating the contrary.

“In the early ’90s, I started my own production company and NBC, ABC, CBS, we’d all get together and start talking about how we’ve gotta bring a little more diversity to our shows and ‘Let’s get some Asian, let’s get some Black, let’s get this, let’s get that,'” he said at the time. “And I always thought, ‘What the hell, they’re talking about every year but we never do it.’ So I said, fine, let’s [do it] and we started [searching] for writing talent and, of course, met Mara [Brock Akil]. We were very impressed with her and [thought] ‘This is a good show. This is a show that should be done.'”

“…It didn’t get it’s proper sendoff,” he continued, describing the series’ cancellation after eight seasons. “It should have been given some honor because it was kind of a breakthrough show and something I was proud of,” he said, adding that the cast did excellent work. Mara did a hell of a job.”