'Last Man Standing' renewed by Fox after being canceled by ABC

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LA to Vegas is the only single-camera comedy left standing at the network after a bloodbath of cuts last week, including the cancellation of The Mick, The Last Man on Earth, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. "We've been talking to Tim throughout the year". "We always felt like ABC didn't really prioritize Last Man Standing", she said.

A follow-up question was asked about why they would cancel Brooklyn Nine-Nine and renew Last Man Standing, and the answer was that Brooklyn Nine-Nine had more hard point of entry than Last Man Standing and that Last Man Standing was averaging more than double the viewers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine week in and week out.

Gary Newman and Dana Walden, chairmen and CEOs of Fox Television Group, said the show "ended too soon" and that the calls for its revival from fans "has been deafening".

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ABC denied Allen's political views played a role in its decision, saying the show's cancellation was motivated by "business and scheduling reasons". He said the new version was so successful, "I'm sure at least one exec at NBC says, 'We can't bring back 'The Cosby Show, ' right?"

"If anything, it had more to do with vertical integration", he insisted, adding, "Tim's personal politics are not a big feature of the show" which "never delved deeply" into politics. "We really just felt it was a amusing show, the audience responded to it and there was an opportunity on our schedule particularly ... to put a great comedy that would attract a broad audience".

Roseanne Barr is also a Trump supporter, as is the title character of her show, but "Roseanne" also includes other political voices. "From time to time, there may be a moment on the show that deals with current politics, but it doesn't feel like a soapbox for any particular point of view". "We put it into development, and made a commitment to it right way".

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"Once we made that decision, it just limited the opportunities we had to schedule "Brooklyn" and ultimately, we decided we just didn't" have room for it. It was a really compressed time when it was canceled at the very end in May. But comic book fans will have something to tide them over - the network's X-Men drama The Gifted is returning, but moving to Tuesday nights before Lethal Weapon (with new lead Seann William Scott).

The news comes after Allen teased a possible reboot of his series on social media a few days ago. Fox says it hopes broader-based comedies on Friday help keep some of Thursday night's football fans tuned to the network.

Allen announced the news last Friday on his official Twitter account, with the Fox network channel picking up the television program. Oh, has it only been one year? The unusual name here is Leslie Jordan - you may know him best from "Will & Grace" - who's a veteran playwright ("Sordid Lives", also a cult film) and Emmy victor, who's appeared on dozens of shows over the years.

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