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Kelsey Grammer returns to television in a starring role tomorrow night when Starz premieres their new drama series Boss. Well known for playing the title role on TV's Frasier years ago, among other parts, you won't find much to laugh about in Grammer's new role, however he does deliver a fantastic performance as Mayor Tom Kane.
It’s starting to become a trend for networks to give viewers an early sample of their new series. Such is the case for Starz’ Boss. The drama, which stars Kelsey Grammer, isn’t set to premiere for another week, however Starz has been kind enough to release the first episode online, and you can watch it in its entirety here!
Did everyone enjoy that series premiere of Starz new drama Boss starring Kelsey Grammer? It must have made quite the splash because... what? The show hasn't even premiered yet? Not until October 21st? Talk about confidence, three weeks before the series is even scheduled to premiere, Starz announced today that they are already renewing for a second season. Like I said, confidence.
“I am a bad man, and I have done some bad things,” Kelsey Grammer’s Boss character says. Whether it’s Grammer’s low, slowly spoken words, or simply the over-all tone of this trailer, but I’m intrigued to say the least. If you thought the previously released teaser sold Boss well, you’ll appreciate this extended look at the upcoming drama series.
Kelsey Grammer’s probably most known for being funny and for the handful of Emmy awards he’s won for his starring role in the comedy series Frasier. Based on this teaser for Starz’ upcoming drama series Boss, we’re about to see a much more intense side to the actor.
Starz announced today that their upcoming series Boss is set to begin production this week and that acclaimed filmmaker Gus Van Sant will bring his directorial talent to the small screen for the first time in the series first episode.
The program follows the mayor of Chicago, not Rahm Emanuel, as he discovers his mental faculties will begin evaporating because of a brain condition. He struggles to keep the diagnosis secret, as well as his troubled relationship with his wife under wraps