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Tim Allen said that everyone has decided to end “Last Man Standing” after nine seasons on the air on two different networks.

“I’ve been one lucky dude to have been part of Last Man Standing,” the 67-year-old actor shared with Deadline magazine in a piece published Wednesday.

“I so appreciate the incredible support from our fans over this near decade of work,” he added. “As we approach the ninth season, I just admire and feel grateful for all the hard work our wonderful cast and crew have done.

Allen continued, “We had all considered to end the show after last season, but together with Fox, we decided to add a year so we could produce a full season to create the gentle and fun goodbye. I’m looking forward to a memorable and hilarious final season.”

The ninth season will kick off in January after it first debuted on ABC in 2011 and ran for six seasons until it was taken off the air in 2017. It then was picked up by Fox and the seventh season premiered in 2018 on that network.

As previously reported, “Last Man Standing” is a show about the “Home Improvement” star‘s character, a married man, who is outnumbered by his wife and three daughters and how he maintains his manliness.

“It has been an honor to be home for Tim Allen and Last Man Standing,” Michael Thorn, President, Entertainment, for Fox Entertainment shared. “Millions of families have long enjoyed the show because, perhaps, they see themselves in the Baxters.”

Filming is reportedly to get underway this week on the ninth season, per the outlet.

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26 Comments
Ronald Hyland October 18, 2020
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Going to miss the show! Great fun and good ole humor! THANK YOU!
WaveForm October 17, 2020
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Tim Allen is a great actor, comedian and conservative! God Bless all of you.
Terry Holloway October 17, 2020
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While it's sad to see Last Man Standing leave, it's probably for the best. You can only produce so many fresh storylines. The 'new' Mandy, in my opinion, didn't seem to fit in, no matter how hard she tried. We certainly don't want to see a 'Jump The Shark' season. Better to leave while great, than meander down a tiring season and lose viewers.
RIC CARTER October 16, 2020
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I can see getting out of Hollyweird. He needs to get back on the road with Blue Collar!
Linda October 16, 2020
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I admire and have great respect for Tim Allen. I have enjoyed his shows, and movies. I will be sorry for the end of this one, Last Man Standing...it's very good. I hope they will come up with a new sitcom with him starring...will pray for that.
Curtis Russell October 16, 2020
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Such a great show. Sorry to hear it is ending.
Charley Nester October 16, 2020
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It hasn’t been The Last Man Standing since the network change anyway so, no big loss as far as l can see.
Cyn October 16, 2020
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No longer is watching tv an entertaining time. You have the skanks on Bachelorete spreading their legs as well as the skanks on the bachelor doing the same and while I’m at it, who in their right mind would marry at first sight. Then we have the so called celebrity “reality” shows, barf, who cares about their made up BS and let’s follow up with the “real” (? Ahem riiiight) housewives of anywhere. TV is nothing but substantially TRASH! And as far as the news networks, there isn’t any. The decent shows are gone. Even “The Connors” is just biased crap, no longer entertainment but a means of the left to brainwash. What is happening is the networks have been ultimately changing the morals of the country to suit the freewheeling, vile and disgusting habits of the morally corrupt.
Stephen Russell October 16, 2020
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Pursue new projects & ideas then, consult
Betty October 16, 2020
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Tim is going to collaborate with Richard Karn, who played his partner, Al, on HI, for a new show. Maybe he wants to focus his time on that. I'm sorry to see LMS leave. HI was funny, but it didn't have the edge that LMS has!
jack October 16, 2020
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NO way , one of the best sitcoms of the last 30 years right up there with FRIENDS
Annabel October 16, 2020
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Well Fox must want to lose more viewers.....I gave Fox up a couple of years ago and never missed it.
Joanne Martin October 16, 2020
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OMG I will so miss Last Man Standing! It is almost the last show I watch on Fox which has been such a big disappointment to me. The cast, crew, and storyline is do very aporopo. The weekly show is such a breath of fresh air after all the junk shows on Fox and everywhere else. Tim Allen has my deepest appreciation for All the hours of wholesome and entertaining shows. Hope you will return Tim Allen - all your fans wish you the best.
ERIC October 16, 2020
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Well, Tim will make a new project hopefully! He looks amazing for a 67 y.o. guy! & has lots of laughs & jokes still in him! Carry on Tim, I am a long time fan since before Home Improvement seeing your standup specials on Showtime back in the late '80's early '90's! & was a HUGE H.I. fan as well! It was one of the funniest shows EVER!
Mary L McClane October 16, 2020
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One of the few quality shows on TV. Unfortunately it's about a conservative family with family values so it has to go.
LST October 16, 2020
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I still miss Home Improvement, that was one of the best comedies. And it was actually funny, unlike most of the other trash with the aggravating fake audience laughter.
Maggie October 16, 2020
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I hope this is what Tim Allen and cast REALLY want to do and were not FORCED to do this! Tim is a devoted Conservative and I'm pretty sure life in Hollywood has not been fun for him. It was one of my very FAVORITE sitcoms for sure.
Simone October 16, 2020
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Maybe a bit too Conservative? We will miss you.
Sheepdog Smokey October 16, 2020
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Hollywood is determined to end all quality and family friendly programming, while continuing to push their smut.
Eddie October 16, 2020
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Something doesn't smell right ...
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