Fans and stars of the show are both confused as to why Home Improvement is no longer available on paid streaming services. In fact, one of the stars of the hit ABC series took to Twitter Sunday afternoon to discuss her concern regarding the fact that Disney+ is not airing reruns of the show.
Home Improvementis a television comedy starring Tim Allen that aired on ABC from September 17, 1991 to May 25, 1999 with a total of 204 half-hour episodes spanning eight seasons. A movie or home improvement special would fit perfectly into Disney+ and it would certainly be interesting to see how they could modernize “Tool Time”, such as a streaming program or even a YouTube channel.
Disney Plus has just announced that the actor best known for his roles in Home Improvement, Last Man Standing and Toy Story will once again play his role as the cheerful Christmas icon in a new limited series of Santa Claus on the streaming platform. The Disney Plus branch of National Geographic now hosts many educational programs filmed throughout the brand's existence. On the show, Tim Taylor and Al starred in the show “Home Improvement “as part of a local home improvement series called “Tool Time”. Home Improvement is an American television sitcom starring Tim Allen, which aired from September 17, 1991 to May 25, 1999.It's no surprise that fans of Home Improvement are eager to see it return to streaming services.
After all, it was one of the most popular shows of its time and continues to be beloved by many. With Disney+ now having access to many of ABC's shows, it would make sense for them to re-license Home Improvement and bring it back for viewers to enjoy. Should Disney be able to re-license the program, Home Improvement would certainly attract many new subscribers. It would also be a great way for Disney+ to honor Tim Allen's legacy and give viewers a chance to relive some of their favorite moments from the show.
It remains to be seen if Disney+ will bring Home Improvement back or not. However, with its immense popularity and timeless humor, it would certainly be a great addition to their streaming service.