LOS ANGELES – After last year's "Last Man Standing" aired, "Last Man Standing" will be premiered next month, and fans should prepare for the comedy series featuring similar storylines as in Gary Newman, CEO and Chairman of the Fox Television Group, told reporters at the Summer, "I'll say now that the producers' plans are not about whether or not he could be a Trump fan." Adding to the TV critics press tour in Beverly Hills, California, Thursday, 2018, adding that Allen's character, Mike Baxter, is "clearly" someone "with a conservative stance".
"I think of the character as a rather centrist view," Newman says. "Of course that could change during the season, but at this point there are no plans."
In a follow-up interview, Newman noted that he does not "anticipate" the series being "more political."  "It's a family comedy in his heart," he said. "I think they will tell the same kind of stories they told during their run on ABC."
Asked if there were any worries about how much time has passed since FOX picked up ABC's show, Newman said he believes, "it's still pretty fresh in people's minds."
"Tim Allen is a big star," he continued. "It has a lot of fanbase, the show is really funny, we know we'll have a lot of material for it, because this show, joke by joke, is as funny as any show on TV."
"It was really pretty successful for ABC, "he said of the series aired on ABC from 2011 to 2017. "It was her second most successful comedy behind" Modern Family. "We think it has many legs, and we're really looking forward to having it in our prime time."
In May, it was announced that the FOX series was picked up after ABC had canceled the popular show.
"Excited?" Allen asked previously sent to Fox News. "Team LMS was in the sixth inning, four runs ago, the stands were packed and then the game was canceled, leaving you sitting in the dugout, holding a bat and confused, now we get the message from Fox that it's time again come on this diamond – damn, yes, I'm excited! "
" When I heard the offer to create more episodes of 'Last Man Standing', I made a fist pump so hard that I Throwing my back, "he admitted. "It's the fans, I could not be more thankful for the fans who wrote petitions and kept up the passion and incredible support for the show."
Added Allen: "And a fist pump, ouch, for Dana Walden and Gary Newman at Fox, because I not only listen to the fans, but also take the courageous step of bringing back" Last Man Standing. "I'm sure Oh, it was just a year, well, just to show you – in a year, a lot can happen. "
Along with Allen, the original cast The show, Nancy Travis, Jonathan Adams, Amanda Fuller, Christoph Sanders and Jordan Masterson, are also returning to the show, which tells the story of a married triple father trying to preserve his manhood in a women-dominated world.