It’s no secret the entertainment world despises conservative culture.
And ABC towed the liberal line when it cancelled “Last Man Standing” in 2016 despite its strong ratings.
But Tim Allen just teased a show reboot that would really shake up network television.
Tim Allen is a rarity in the entertainment industry.
He is a successful conservative Christian actor.
The mega-star is famous, among other things, for voicing Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story.
But many remember him for his famous role as Tim Taylor in “Home Improvement.”
The show had a successful 8 year run as one of the most popular TV Shows in the 90s.
And now the A-list celebrity just teased out the plot line for a “Home Improvement” reboot.
Fox news reports:
“Last Man Standing” star Tim Allen has revealed what the “Home Improvement” reboot would be about if the show were to make a comeback.
After “Last Man” was canceled on ABC in 2016, the actor began to think about bringing back his famous ’90s sitcom and his iconic Tim Taylor character.
“I never felt—and it’s come true—that this was done. It never felt right,” Allen told E! News that the reboot idea for “Home Improvement” was so close to being a done deal until he learned “Last Man Standing” would be revived by Fox. “In the time off, we got real close where we talked to everybody…It was an interesting idea.”
Allen said the plot for the “Home Improvement” revival would include the Taylor family boys, Brad (Zachery Ty Bryan), Randy (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) and Mark (Taran Noah Smith), all working as property owners, pursuing real estate careers in Michigan. Jill, played by Patricia Richardson, and Allen would still be happily married but living in a brand-new house.
Allen’s character, Tim Taylor, still being in a happy marriage after all these years would certainly contrast with shows like ABC’s “Modern Family.”
Much to everyone’s surprise, ABC abruptly canceled his popular, long-running TV Show, “Last Man Standing,” after 6 seasons.
Critics argue it is because Tim Allen is a conservative.
ABC is a liberal, never-Trump network.
But Tim Allen got back at ABC by signing a contract with Fox to reboot “Last Man Standing” this year.
And no one anticipated just how successful the show would be on Fox.
The reboot’s pilot episode was the second highest viewed pilot in the show’s history.
Of the reboot’s success, Allen said, “It was quite startling, and actually overwhelming.”
This proves what conservatives were saying all along.
The entertainment industry is so opposed to conservative culture they’d even cancel a show that’s still in high demand.
Would you watch a reboot of “Home Improvement” with the original cast?
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