Tim Allen's Mike Baxter may be returning to the small screen.
"That was the most risky thing, because he's mitigated on the show by a family of all women that had different opinions, but the guy was a likable guy and really a principled guy just about work, and ethics, and all this stuff".
When reached for comment, Marleah Leslie - Allen's representative - told Fox News, "I will let Tim's tweet speak for itself". Allen's character in Last Man Standing was a political conservative as well, a fact that some outlets cited as a potential cause for its cancellation despite the reasons cited by ABC.
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His post on Twitter seemed to suggest there was a strong possibility of that happening.
"They heard all your voices people!" Fans claimed the cancellation was due to the show's conservative viewpoint (staunch Republican Allen once claimed that being a Republican in Hollywood was akin to living in 1930s Germany), while ABC simply said the decision was made because of scheduling and licensing fees.
ABC placed the fantasy drama Once Upon a Time in the Friday time slot that Last Man Standing once dominated.
Meanwhile, be sure to also like CarterMatt on Facebook to secure some other news and so much more scoop on everything we cover. I even signed a petition to bring the show back, so.you're welcome everyone", while a different fan exclaimed, "RIGHT HERE! According to reports, if ABC had renewed the series, the network would have been responsible for those costs, which was an expenditure they were unwilling to shoulder.