Tim Allen: Expect Centrist 'Last Man,' Not Vocal Trump Fan

Tim Allen: Expect Centrist 'Last Man,' Not Vocal Trump Fan

The reboot of Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing" will not reveal whether Allen's character supports President TrumpDonald John TrumpEric Trump: Entire family has received "white powder" in the mail Manafort bookkeeper: He approved "every penny" on personal bills Outsider businessman wins Tennessee GOP governor's primary MORE, a Fox executive said Thursday.

"I've been a comedian for 38 years, and I've never seen it, like Lenny Bruce said at the Purple Onion, 'We've gone backwards, '" Allen said, as quoted by Entertainment Weekly and other outlets.

"I think it was a financial decision", he said.

We've teased as of late that Last Man Standing season 7 is going to need to address a number of different things about their plans.

Last Man Standing was canceled previous year by ABC after six successful seasons and picked up by Fox in May. "It was their second most successful comedy behind 'Modern Family.' We think it has a lot of legs. Whatever's good for his business and good for the state of Colorado or any policies that he does he's going to go with".

"I've said this a couple of times, I'm not the character I play", Allen said.

The final season of "Last Man Standing" averaged almost 6 million weekly viewers, more than some other ABC series that were brought back, including "black-ish", "Shark Tank" and "The Goldbergs".

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And while Allen has long lamented the lack of conservative representation on TV, he doesn't think ABC pulled Roseanne off the air because of politics. "I've worked for ABC for years ..."

Abbott chimed in adding that Baxter is definitely "a conservative, he's a Republican".

"I don't think we're going to comment specifically on Trump [on the show]", executive producer Kevin Abbott told reporters at a panel for the show on Thursday. I don't really believe that it was. "So, whatever got in her head isn't the Roseanne that I know".

In a surprising turn of events, the writers of Last Man Standing were actually preparing for Hillary Clinton to win the 2016 election.

Last Man Standing has been one of the odder television stories from this past year. 'Once we made the decision to not continue with comedies on Friday, that was where we landed'. If it wanted to take some sitcom gambles, it had room. Last Man Standing always felt more like a Fox show anyway.

The show will return on FOX on September 28th at 8 PM ET/PT.

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