After ABC Stabbed Tim Allen In The Back, He Learned That He Will Be The Last Man Standing, Not ABC!


Tim Allen is not the vengeful type. At least he isn’t the kind of person who would go off and do something outrageous. His response to the news that ABC was cutting his show was much more subtle, but none the less a powerful message.

ABC News announced they were cutting Tim Allen’s show “The Last Man Standing.” The announcement to cancel the third most watched comedy show in the history of ABC was a shock to loyal viewers. Frustration and surprise followed the announcement.

Tim Allen didn’t make much of a fuss about it. At the time it seemed he had just moved on. Although he did use his Twitter account to express his sadness over the show being canceled.

Rumors began to swirl that “Last Man Standing” may continue after all. About a year ago sources inside Fox suggested the show would move to Fox and its affiliates along with “certain streaming services.” The show is actually owned by 20th Century Fox, a subsidiary of Fox Entertainment Group a.k.a Fox, not ABC.

ABC canceled the show, but since it is owned by Fox, Fox can just move it. I was told over a year ago that negotiations were underway with Fox and their affiliates to find a time for the show on their network. I was told it would be a few months.

A few months it was indeed. Just a few days ago, Fox announced it would be taking on the Last Man Standing for Season 7.

This article went super viral when I wrote it a year ago. The idea that Tim Allen would be the Last Man Standing over ABC was appealing to a lot of Americans back then. It doesn’t get much better than this!

Tim has already started teasing about the upcoming season…

I don’t know about you, but I will be glued to my seat for Season 7. I can only imagine how salty Tim Allen will be… …since it was his President that won. I’m just say’n!

Oh, and by the way, all you so-called “journalists” out there who said my article from a year ago was fake news… Well, I TOLD YOU SO!!!

TIM ALLEN IS BACK! My sources are reliable. It’s like Tim Allen might say…

How do you like me now?