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The network cancelled ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine,’ ‘The Mick,’ and ‘The Last Man on Earth.’  All three were critically-acclaimed, but low-rated.


The day after FOX announced the cancellation of the beloved Brooklyn Nine-Nine after five seasons, the network is delivering more (arguably) unpopular programming developments. That is, and amid continuing uproar and speculation that the cancelled fan favorite may find a new home at Hulu or Netflix (or elsewhere), FOX is reviving a ghost from the non-so-distant past — the Tim Allen-starring Last Man Standing

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In a FOX press release, the network announced that Allen and his TV family shall return for the 2018-2019 season. The show, which starred Allen as (yet another) version of himself, ran on ABC from 2011-2017 before getting the boot and being passed over by CMT for a near-immediate revival. The former Home Improvement “Tool Time” juggernaut then popped off a little while declaring his alter-ego to be too “dangerous” for television to handle.



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