It’s been announced that Kelsey Grammer and Alec Baldwin are coming back to the small screen.
They have been slated to appear in a new multi-camera series created by Modern Family creator Chris Lloyd and executive producer Vali Chandrasekaran. The series follows “roommates in their 20s until their warring egos drove them apart, three men reunite decades later for one more run at the lives they’ve always wanted”. Grammer and Baldwin, who also executive produce the series, will co-star alongside a third actor yet to be announced.
And with Alec Baldwin departing his on-again off-again gig playing Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, the timing definitely seems perfect. And in an age where live audience sitcoms are becoming more sparse, a new one is definitely welcome.