Tim Allen reprised his "Home Improvement" character, Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor, during Thursday night’s "Last Man Standing."
Fox is continuing to solidify its 2020-2021 lineup amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus. The network has renewed medical drama "The Resident" for a fourth season, and family comedy "Last Man Standing" starring Tim Allen for a third season on Fox, its ninth overall. (Its first six years were on ABC before Fox picked it […]
Jokes about Trump were “so easy and everybody was doing it on talk shows, so we’ve just kind of left it alone because it’s not funny anymore to us," Tim Allen told USA Today.
Last Man Standing‘s first season on Fox won’t be its last: The Tim Allen comedy has been renewed for Season 8, TVLine has learned. The news comes ahead of Friday’s landmark 150th episode. The ABC castoff returned last September to 8 million total viewers and a 1.8 demo rating, improving greatly upon its previous premiere […]
Tim Allen's sitcom "Last Man Standing" gets picked up by Fox after being axed by ABC and wears its conservative politics proudly.
Fox has handed out a straight-to-series order for an animated comedy titled “Bless the Harts,” Variety has learned. The half-hour series will feature the voices of Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Jillian Bell, and Ike Barinholtz. It follows a group of Southerners who are always broke as a joke, and struggling for the American dream of status and […]
From brand-new series to the latest versions of well-known hits, Ken Tucker picks 10 fall TV shows or events that he's most looking forward to.
After a lengthy search, the upcoming revival of "Last Man Standing" has found actors to play two key roles that have been recast.
"Last Man Standing" is on Fox — and the show's stars Tim Allen and Nancy Travis make that very clear in the first promo.
Fox has released new trailers for its fall fare, including comedies Last Man Standing and The Cool Kids, as well as midseason dramas The Passage and Proven Innocent. Check out the new fall schedule here.
“Last Man Standing” is back on its feet. Fox Broadcasting has given a series order to a revival of the 20th Century Fox Comedy, which aired on ABC from 2011 to 2017. The multi-camera comedy stars Tim Allen as a man living in a house full of women. The series also starred Nancy Travis, Hector […]
A year after <em> Last Man Standing</em> was canceled by ABC, the multi-camera comedy starring Tim Allen is plotting a comeback on a new network. <em>Last Man Standing</em> producer 20th Century Fox TV is in talks with sibling Fox Broadcasting Co. for a new season of the series, which would be its seventh. I hear star and executive producer Allen has closed a deal to return. 20th TV is currently in conversations with other cast members as well as members of the series’ creative team…
Tim Allen's comedy 'Last Man Standing,' now canceled, could be said to be a victim of its conservative-in-every-sense image.
If you’re looking to get in the Halloween spirit, just keep your TV tuned in to ABC. The network — which kicks off its primetime celebration of the holiday Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. with a 50th anniversary airing of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown — has a long history of great Halloween episodes (thank you, Roseanne). But it was in 2010 that the network decided to make it a true tradition for its family sitcoms.
Halloween 2016 is on the horizon, and the treats far outweigh the tricks — on primetime, anyway. This year, the networks have scared up a lineup of spooky sitcom episodes, bone-chilling programming blocks, and other frightful fare that will take you all the way up to Old Hallows' Eve.Click through this slideshow to see how Modern Family, The Simpsons, and more of your favorite shows will be celebrating Halloween this year. And we’ll be updating the gallery throughout the month, so check back often!
It’s October, so you know what that means. Halloween is about to take over the small screen. There’s nothing quite like costumed comedy, and for this season, TV’s funniest characters have pulled out all the stops, with costumes that include Predator, Mr. T, and a cannibalistic serial killer costume worn by an unlikely trick-or-treater. (Luckily we also have Modern Family’s Phil Dunphy in a tie-dye rainbow suit to brighten things up!)Click through the slideshow to see how the Simpsons, the Huangs, the Goldbergs and more of your favorite TV families will be celebrating Halloween this year.