Published: Fri, May 12, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

ABC cancels Tim Allen comedy Last Man Standing

ABC cancels Tim Allen comedy Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing has finally fallen. It is now unclear if the same issue may have popped up again, only earlier, and led to the decision to cancel the series. The Tim Allen-starring multi-camera sitcom often had gone down to the wire on renewals, with ABC and producing studio 20th Century Fox TV wrangling over the series' license fee.

In its sixth and final season, Last Man Standing averaged a very respectable for any night, especially Friday, 1.2 Live+same day rating in adults 18-64 and 6.4 million viewers, often winning its 8-8:30 PM time slot.

Navy Seal killed in Somalia was based in Virginia Beach
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TV fans are now on the lookout to see if their favorite television shows will be renewed or cancelled by the networks, as it is the season for big television changes, and everyone seems to be on edge about it.

"'Timeless, ' the top pick in USA Today's Save Our Shows poll, won't return for a second season", writes our good friend Gary Levin in the Gannett newspaper.

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Merkel said: "I don't see us in the front row, and I don't have any concrete plans" as far as increasing that number is concerned. Additional troops called for in a proposal drafted by Trump's chief advisers.


In addition to Allen, the series featured an impressive cast of supporting players, including Hector Elizondo, Nancy Travis, Molly Ephraim, Kaitlyn Dever, Christoph Sanders, and more.

It is unclear if other networks will engage in potential bids on the show.

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With the upcoming Fall entry, Microsoft hopes to build on its vision for Windows, notably to empower the creator in all of us. The feature is available now on Android devices to Office 365 Personal and Home subscribers, and OneDrive business accounts.


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