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ABC has posted their 2012-2013 Primetime schedule, and as you'll notice, a few returning shows have been shifted around to make room for some of the promising looking newcomers. From what we can tell, it looks like the network has made some good calls with regards to the scheduling adjustments. This includes moving Revenge to Sunday nights, and shifting a couple of returning comedies to Tuesdays.
ABCís Last Man Standing has been holding its own on the network, likely due in large part to the appeal of the seriesí star Tim Allen, who made a name for himself in television and then went on to achieve more success in film, before returning to TV and to the network that played host to Home Improvement for the duration of its over-200 episode run.
After only two episodes have aired, ABC is apparently pleased enough with how Once Upon a Time is doing to give the fantasy-drama series a full season order. Thatís not the only good news for ABC series. Two other shows were also given orders for full seasons.
In what is good but unsurprising news for ABCís new series Last Man Standing, the comedy did well for itís premiere last night, which saw the return of Tim Allen in a starring role on the small screen. Given the popularity of Home Improvement, added to Allenís career in film since, a strong showing for Allenís return to television was expected.
Tim Allen returns to a starring role in a TV comedy tonight when ABC premieres their new half-hour comedy Last Man Standing. Once again, the former Home Improvement star will be playing a husband, a father, and an all around manís man. Will TV viewers love Mike Baxter as much as they loved Tim ďThe Tool ManĒ Taylor?
ABCís keeping it simple with this latest bit of art for their upcoming new comedy series Last Man Standing. Set to bring Tim Allen back to the small screen in a starring role, this poster pretty much says everything that needs to be said.
If the promotional photo for Modern Familyís third season tells us anything, itís that Season 3 is going to be a real circus. Meanwhile, the photo for ABCís upcoming new comedy Last Man Standing shows how differently some peopleís idea of camping is from others'.
ABC has all of their ducks (and planes, angels, dancing celebrities, and modern families) in a row for the Fall 2011 primetime TV lineup. The network announced the schedule today, which includes super-sized premieres for Modern Family, The Middle, and Greyís Anatomy, among others.
With the major network upfronts wrapped up, itís time to step back and look at what ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW have to offer us in terms of new programming. From men being men to fish out of water and trips through space and time, there are definitely some trends worth noting in the upcoming Fall 2011-2012 TV line-up.
In the long run, itís probably better for the show. Even if they had somehow gotten Travis, her appearance schedule would have been at the mercy of Last Man Standing. But in the short term, the loss of such a credible actress will no doubt take a toll, forcing the show to at minimum reshoot a portion of the pilot
ABC has another manly sitcom headed to Tuesday nights and who better to star in it than Tim Allen? (Insert growly-bark noise here). Last Man Standing follows Allenís character Mike, a manly-man whoís surrounded by women (his wife and daughters).