A two-night docuseries charts the history of Black comedians as they boldly pushed boundaries from the civil rights movement to today. The Flash faces more challenges in the Season 8 finale. Tim Allen reunites with his Home Improvement co-star Richard Karn to explore the history and future of tools in History’s More Power. Niecy Nash and Giancarlo Esposito are
It’s Tool Time… again!
It’s been more than two decades since the television series “Home Improvement” left the airwaves, but fans of the popular sitcom will be able to see two of the show’s stars reunite for the new History Channel series, “More Power.”
Known to fans of the ’90s sitcom as Tim Taylor and Al Borland
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Shaker is a Saudi manufacturer of air conditioners and home appliances, and the duo plans to work
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Though Tim Allen has largely been absent from the small screen Last Man Standing bid farewell to Fox viewers, fans can look forward to seeing him return to his most fantastical (and fantastically bearded) role for Disney+’s Santa Clause series. But before that holiday joy comes around, he’ll be getting back in touch with his Home Improvement past
Home Improvement fans have a reason to rejoice today. The History Channel announced a new show hosted by two of the former stars of the fan-favorite sitcom. On June 29, the channel will begin airing More Power, a show on the history of tools, hosted by Tim Allen and Richard Karn.
In the sitcom, Home Improvement, Allen’s
Ah, how time flies! There’s nothing like our favorite TV shows to put is in a nostalgic mood. When it comes to 1990s sitcoms, shows like Full House, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Seinfeld, and Friends come to mind, and Home Improvement has a spot among those favorites too. The show that gave Tim Allen his start was a mainstay