The eagerly awaited restart of "Roseanne" premiered on Tuesday evening with outstanding ratings, and as the series focuses on a typical middle-class family with a conservative look, some television viewers wonder if the successful one Paving the way for the return of yet another show highlighting a conservative protagonist: Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing"
"ABC's" Last Man Standing "was strangely scratched by the TV program despite high ratings, claiming the network there was no room in the schedule for the comedy. Allen, like his character on the show, is a Republican, and many speculated that the cancellation had something to do with the on-screen views.
Following the success of the reboot debut "Roseanne", viewers took to Twitter to inquire ABC – or any network – to revive "Last Man Standing".
When the news first came that the restart of "Roseanne" had a pro-Trump character, the fans also called ABC to bring the show back.  Allen told Fox News at the time when he was overwhelmed by the support of his fans.
"The support of all fans to bring back 'Last Man Standing' is really overwhelming and much appreciated," said Allen Fox News exclusively in August. "I would definitely, along with the talented authors, the wonderful crew and the great actors, have the idea to bring the show back, as there's so much gas in the tank to say more and laugh."  ABC has vehemently denied that it preferred the show to its policies, but Allen tweeted at the time the show was canceled. He was "stunned and blinded by the network I called home for the last six years."
The former "Home Improvement" has in the past revealed its conservative policies openly. Allen told Jimmy Kimmel in March that life in Hollywood is similar to Nazi Germany at the moment.
"You really have to be careful here," Allen said. "You're being beaten if you do not believe what everyone else believes in. That's like Germany's' 30s."