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Tim Allen and Richard Karn to Reunite for Home Improvement Reality TV Show

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Tim Allen may still be dreaming of a Home Improvement reboot, but in the meantime he’s working on the next best thing: a spin-off reality TV series. According to TVLine, a building-themed competition show is in the works, and both Allen and Richard “Al Borland” Karn are onboard.

The TV series, tentatively called Assembly Required, will spotlight talented builders nationwide as they “compete to breathe new life into everyday household items in desperate need of fixing” from the comfort of their home workshops. The show will consist of 10 episodes and is aiming for a 2021 premiere date. Karn will host while also executive producing alongside Allen.

Announcing the show in a statement, Allen said,

“Let’s face it — we’re living in a throwaway society.

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‘Home Improvement’ Stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn Reunite for Competition Series ‘Assembly Required’

Get ready for some more Tool Time! Tim Allen and Richard Karn played Tim Taylor and Al Borland, respectively, on the hit ’90s sitcom Home Improvement. Now the two funnymen are teaming back up for a new competition series, currently titled Assembly Required. The show has been greenlit by History for 10 episodes.

Allen will star and executive produce the show while Karn will host and also executive produce alongside his former co-star. The show will “spotlight the brightest builders from across the country,” as they “breathe new life into everyday household items in desperate need of fixing.” The show will challenge the contestants to not just rebuild but to “build it better.”

Allen and Karn will look into the history of the items being fixed in each episode.

“Let’s face it — we’re living in a throwaway society,” Allen said in a statement. “We buy, break, replace…

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Last Man Standing’s Tim Allen Shares Season 9 Hopes, Ideas for Mike

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Nancy Travis and Tim Allen in LAST MAN STANDING. Fox

Remaining hopeful. Season 8 of Last Man Standing was forced to wrap before filming its finale, forcing the April 30 penultimate episode to serve as the final episode of the season. However, star Tim Allen is hopeful that the show will be renewed for a ninth season — and that the original finale can serve as the premiere.

“I think it would be outstanding as a premiere,” the comedian, 66, told Us Weekly exclusively. “You’d save it, we could do some pieces over the summer.”

Last Man Standing aired on ABC for six seasons before getting canceled. Fox then picked it up for seasons 7 and 8 — and Allen says they’ve been talking about how season 9 would look.

“We have planned for a future

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Tim Allen Owns The ’33 Ford Roadster Featured On ‘Home Improvement’

The hot rod was built on the set of the ’90s sitcom for timeline accuracy.

Known as one of Hollywood’s funny guys, Tim Allen has brought us plenty of laughs in different movies and television shows over the years. We remember his first onscreen role as Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor in Home Improvement that debuted back in 1991 and went on for eight full seasons. In later seasons of the show, Allen was able to earn more money as he helped with production of the sitcom, and he made a healthy $1 million per episode in the last season. We know Allen as a huge car enthusiast with some professional racing under his belt and for his vast collection of cars. Among his hoard is the 1933 Ford Roadster that was built on the set of the ’90s sitcom.

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Although the show aired quite some time back,

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