Last Man Standing may return on Fox

The show’s initial cancellation was met with backlash, especially by some conservative fans who thought the always-on-the-bubble series was dropped because of its Republican star. The actor seemingly confirmed the possibility via Twitter on Thursday by writing, “They heard all your voices people!! Keep it up. “That was the most dangerous thing because he is mitigated on the show by a family of all women who had a difference of opinions, but was a likable guy and a principled guy, just about work and ethics and all this stuff,” Allen said on Norm Macdonald Live. LMS just might be a reality. LMS just might be a reality. Who wants more #LastManStanding? Disney CEO Bob Iger was keen on bringing back the comedy for fans to stream online, a source revealed, but the deal never got off the ground because of an ongoing battle over the show’s $1 billion-plus profits. Allen fueled the fire last September by saying “there is nothing more dangerous to me, especially in this climate, than a funny, likable conservative.” The comedy about a right-leaning dad who struggles to parent his very modern kids averaged 8.1 million viewers and a 1.6 rating among adults 18-49 in its final season. The creators of the series first filed their complaint in 2013 and it’s not over yet. Who wants more #LastManStanding?”

They heard all your voices people!! — Tim Allen (@ofctimallen) May 3, 2018
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This is the second time word has circulated of a Last Man Standing revival. Keep it up. Last summer, CMT was considering whether to come to the sitcom’s rescue — but it was a long shot that never came to fruition. “I think there’s nothing more dangerous right now than a likable conservative character.”
Even though ABC canceled Last Man Standing, the network still wanted to stay in business with Allen. It may be Tim Allen’s turn to ride the revival wave. Fox is reportedly in early talks to revive Last Man Standing, Allen’s family comedy that was canceled by ABC after six seasons in 2017. EW learned there was talk about reviving Home Improvement, the ’90s comedy that starred Allen as a stereotypical dad who worships his tools and sports.

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