Cheers bar is permanently closing its door on August 30, 2020.
Well, it's a real sad news for the people of Boston, people who love 80s sitcom, and of course, all of us. One of the iconic bar, a primary location for 80s sitcom, 'Cheers,' is closing permanently.
According to the reports by CBS News, Cheers' CEO Markus Ripperger confirmed earlier that the bar was affected by COVID-19.
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Cheers will say its goodbye on August 30, 2020, and report further suggests that the closing is also due to issues with the landlord of the property.
As we all know, 'Cheers' the show premiered in 1982 and ran for well over a decade, concluding in 1993. Following the conclusion of the show, the bar was opened, a replica from the show.
"The bar was the central location for the show, with all beloved characters working there or being patrons," mentioned many.
This was news was certainly heartbreaking for many of us, and celebrities like George Wendt, Kirstie Alley, Shelley Long, Ted Danson, and many, who started their career from the show.
Watch: A tour of Boston's Cheers Bar
We will miss 'Cheers,' but the show and the bar will always remain in our true 80s sitcom fans. We think we should start a petition to bring back the business back to life again, don't you think?
If you do, then do it right away! Maybe they will listen and start the bar again, and maybe, just maybe, sometimes in the future we will get to get a drink and relive the 80s sitcom days!
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