Fox May Revive Tim Allen Comedy 'Last Man Standing'

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Thus if "Last Man Standing" makes it back on the air and sticks around past the 2018-19 season, FOX could end up paying a license fee to Disney for the show.

The comic hinted at future episodes of the television program on social media Thursday almost two years after the show was abruptly canceled despite high ratings and a massive following.

Allen shared the news on Thursday morning via Twitter, saying, "They heard all your voices people!" [Last Man Standing] just might be a reality", Allen wrote in a recent tweet."Keep it up. Both the studio and network had no comment. It's the second attempt to revive "Last Man Standing"; CMT (which airs reruns of the series) entered talks with 20th past year but couldn't make a deal work financially.

After ABC's success with the reboot of "Roseanne", which features a pro-Trump character, calls for the network to bring back "Last Man Standing" were revived.

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Allen, for his part, asserted that ABC - the current home of ratings juggernaut Roseanne, a much-beloved sitcom about a Trump-supporting blue-collar matriarch and her family - was threatened by having a amusing successful show starring a conservative character.

Per various reports, star Tim Allen has signed on to a seventh season of the show, which was produced by FOX's sister studio (for now) 20th Century Fox TV.

"But there is nothing more unsafe, especially in this climate, than a amusing, likable conservative character", the actor added. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Allen has been a driving force in the conversations that are already underway with key cast members and executive producers from the original series to join him.