Allen announced the news last Friday on his official Twitter account, with the Fox network channel picking up the television program. Also, because this seems notable, he's really committing to the scruff. He finds that attitude put to the test when he learns his wife is having an affair with his own barber. Comedian Sinbad, who opened last year's National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, co-stars as his father.
ABC denied Allen's political views played a role in its decision, saying the show's cancellation was motivated by "business and scheduling reasons".
"It's a really amusing show", she said.
Walden said the network's been talking to Allen throughout the year and tried to pick the show up when ABC let it go.
But the multi-camera family comedy series is a break from the quirkier single-camera comedies and daring animated fare the Fox network has been known to favor over the years.
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What it's about:This comedy, which is written by It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Charlie Day, centers on four men in a retirement community whose alpha status is challenged by the arrival of a female rebel looking to shake things up. The series stars four comedy veterans: Tony Award nominee David Alan Grier ("The Carmichael Show", "In Living Color"), Emmy Award nominee Martin Mull ("Veep", "Roseanne"), Emmy Award victor Leslie Jordan ("Will and Grace", "American Horror Story") and Emmy Award victor Vicki Lawrence ("Mama's Family", "The Carol Burnett Show"). All the while, titular star Roseanne Barr's been tweeting inflammatory political opinions, but FOX executives have insisted (during a conference call transcribed by Hollywood Reporter) that they made their Last Man Standing decision based exclusively upon ratings potential, not politics. "Both will air Friday nights, "Last Man" at 8", followed by "The Cool Kids" at 8:30 and then the reality show "Hell's Kitchen" at 9. Scott replaces Clayne Crawford, reportedly fired because of repeated outbursts on the set. Rumors abounded at the time that the show could get renewed at another outlet or streaming service, and CMT emerged as a likely home for a seventh season.
Speaking of Fox, the network revealed its Fall 2018-2019 schedule on Monday.
Fox canceled "The Exorcist", "Lucifer", "Last Man on Earth" and "The Mick". No decision has been made on new-season pickups for "L.A.to Vegas" and "Ghosted". This upcoming fall lineup includes three new comedies, two new dramas and a limited series.
Wednesday will pair music-oriented dramas "Empire" at 8 p.m. and "Star" at 9. Tuesdays; and "I Feel Bad", a comedy produced by Amy Poehler, at 9:30 p.m.
Walden added that there was always wonder at the network about how "Last Man Standing" would do if it was prioritized in a way that ABC didn't, and "Roseanne" was the final push it needed.