Frasier

After many years spent at the "Cheers" bar, Frasier moves back home to Seattle after his policeman father Martin Crane gets shot in the hip on duty. After Martin struggles with living alone after the incident, he moves in with Frasier in his luxury apartment at the Elliot Bay Towers along with his dog Eddie. Hired by Frasier, Daphne Moon also moves in as Martin's personal physiotherapist. Also living nearby is his younger brother Niles Crane, who is also a Psychiatrist.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials November 2001 June 2019 7
Season 1 September 1993 May 1994 24
Season 2 September 1994 May 1995 24
Season 3 September 1995 May 1996 24
Season 4 September 1996 May 1997 24
Season 5 September 1997 May 1998 24
Season 6 September 1998 May 1999 24
Season 7 September 1999 May 2000 24
Season 8 October 2000 May 2001 24
Season 9 September 2001 May 2002 24
Season 10 September 2002 May 2003 24
Season 11 September 2003 May 2004 24
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 1 September 1993 May 1994 24
Season 2 September 1994 May 1995 24
Season 3 September 1995 May 1996 24
Season 4 September 1996 May 1997 24
Season 5 September 1997 May 1998 24
Season 6 September 1998 May 1999 24
Season 7 September 1999 May 2000 24
Season 8 October 2000 May 2001 24
Season 9 September 2001 May 2002 24
Season 10 September 2002 May 2003 24
Season 11 September 2003 May 2004 24
Unassigned Episodes 7
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 September 1993 May 2004 264
Unassigned Episodes 7
Name Number of Episodes Dates
David L. 42 09/16/1993 - 05/13/2004
Kelsey Grammer 40 02/06/1996 - 05/13/2004
James Burrows 31 09/16/1993 - 02/11/1997
Pamela Fryman 30 04/01/1997 - 05/01/2001
Sheldon Epps 22 05/19/1998 - 05/04/2004
Philip Charles MacKenzie 21 02/07/1995 - 05/14/1996
Jeff Melman 20 11/14/1995 - 05/19/1998
Katy Garretson 11 04/29/1999 - 03/30/2004
Ken Levine 10 02/03/1994 - 04/06/2004
Scott Ellis 9 12/05/2000 - 04/20/2004
Wil Shriner 8 02/17/2000 - 04/29/2003
Andy Ackerman 8 10/14/1993 - 02/14/1995
Robert H. Egan 5 05/13/1999 - 11/06/2001
Jerry Zaks 4 02/26/2002 - 03/18/2003
Rick Beren 2 03/31/1994 - 09/27/1994
Dan Butler 2 04/21/1998
Cynthia J. Popp 2 10/08/2002 - 02/03/2004
Gordon Hunt 1 05/13/1997
Joyce Gittlin 1 04/15/1997
Alan Myerson 1 01/10/1995
Ken Lamkin 1 10/08/1998
Stuart Ross 1 12/11/2001
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Joe Keenan 24 10/04/1994 - 05/13/2004
Christopher Lloyd 18 10/07/1993 - 05/13/2004
Anne Flett-Giordano 17 09/30/1993 - 05/06/1997
Chris Marcil 16 10/07/1999 - 04/27/2004
Sam Johnson 16 10/07/1999 - 04/20/2004
Chuck Ranberg 16 09/30/1993 - 05/06/1997
Jon Sherman 15 12/16/1999 - 05/04/2004
Bob Daily 15 10/21/1999 - 05/04/2004
David Lloyd 15 01/27/1994 - 04/17/2001
Lori Kirkland 12 11/05/1998 - 05/14/2002
Rob Greenberg 12 02/06/1996 - 02/04/1999
Rob Hanning 12 01/06/1998 - 02/05/2002
Jeffrey Richman 10 02/25/1997 - 03/02/2004
David Isaacs 10 02/03/1994 - 04/06/2004
Jay Kogen 8 11/25/1997 - 04/06/2000
Eric Zicklin 8 12/12/2000 - 04/22/2003
Suzanne Martin 8 05/07/1996 - 05/12/1998
Dan O'Shannon 8 11/25/1999 - 11/19/2002
Saladin K. Patterson 7 11/28/2000 - 05/13/2003
Linda Morris 7 04/14/1994 - 05/21/1996
Heide Perlman 7 11/20/2001 - 03/16/2004
Lori Kirkland Baker 7 09/25/2001 - 02/03/2004
Vic Rauseo 7 04/14/1994 - 05/21/1996
Peter Casey 6 09/16/1993 - 10/24/2000
Denise Moss 5 09/23/1993 - 03/31/1994
Sy Dukane 5 09/23/1993 - 03/31/1994
Steven Levitan 4 12/13/1994 - 01/30/1996
David Angell 4 09/16/1993 - 10/24/2000
Mark Reisman 4 09/30/1999 - 05/22/2001
Patricia Breen 4 12/10/2002 - 01/06/2004
Gayle Abrams 3 11/14/2000 - 03/05/2002
Michael B. Kaplan 3 12/10/1996 - 04/01/1997
Janis Hirsch 3 12/10/1998 - 05/13/1999
Jack Burditt 3 01/16/1996 - 03/12/1996
William Lucas Walker 2 03/11/1997 - 05/13/1997
Charlie Hauck 2 11/11/1999 - 03/23/2000
David Pollock 2 01/10/1995 - 03/21/1995
Dan Cohen 2 10/22/1996 - 05/20/1997
Peter Huyck 2 01/07/1999 - 05/06/1999
Elias Davis 2 01/10/1995 - 03/21/1995
Alex Gregory 2 01/07/1999 - 05/06/1999
Don Seigel 2 05/05/1994 - 03/28/1995
F.J. Pratt 2 10/22/1996 - 05/20/1997
Leslie Eberhard 2 11/04/1993 - 12/02/1993
Brad Hall 1 10/14/1993
Martin Weiss 1 09/20/1994
Jordan Hawley 1 10/29/1998
Sy Rosen 1 04/23/1996
Tom Reeder 1 11/12/2002
Lloyd Garver 1 11/11/1993
Jerry Perzigian 1 05/05/1994
Ian Gurvitz 1 11/28/1995
Paul Barrosse 1 05/13/2004
Dave Hackel 1 09/27/1994
Molly Newman 1 01/06/1994
Ron Darian 1 09/30/1997
William Schifrin 1 10/29/1998

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