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Why Was The Original Last Man Standing Cast Replaced Overtime?

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Last Man Standing is a production of 20th Century Fox, after some time a division of 21st Century Fox. It doesn’t blatantly point out all the silly and stupid things about relationships like other shows. While the show wasn’t a critical hit, it maintained a decent audience during its duration on ABC and yet the original Last Man Standing Cast was replaced over time. Let’s find out why.

Most of the shows that spend a significant amount of time explaining the relationship of same-sex couples you must be eager to know all these things.

TV and Hollywood are often about Politics but it’s ALWAYS about money. Tim Allen’s salary per episode for Last Man Standing is reportedly $235,000.

That’s a lot of money to give one person for a 22+ episode network TV show that had viewers who are less likely to buy the products being advertised during commercial breaks. Good ratings don’t mean anything if there isn’t the money to back it up.

This goes to show you it doesn’t matter if they’re from any party whether they are Democrat or Republican.TV actors are overpaid for a certain reason. Also, 6 seasons is a good run that was enjoyed by the audience for a long time. Many shows with good ratings still don’t make it that far. So, in closing, politics did play a part but don’t think it was the only or even the main reason. Tim Allen has been a known conservative for years and ABC supported him enough to give him 6 seasons but, after the idiotic Nazi Germany comment, they cut ties with him. That’s business and just as much as anyone, should know that but conservatives are just as whiny and have just as much of a self-appointed victim attitude as liberals.

The majority of The Last Man Standing viewers are–for a lack of a better term- Old People!

Old People don’t buy stuff. Not like younger people. That’s why the main target would be the age group 18–34. They buy stuff. So, advertisers like to put ads on shows that 18–34 demo watch.

It is funny. It is politically funny. The characters are well played even though some are a bit weird. It touches on some serious topics but always with good hilarity. Its hilarity doesn’t create any disturbance or hateful like that on many other shows. 

The Last Man Standing Cast Changes

There were two changes to the main cast, the more notable of the two being the Mandy character. Molly Ephraim did not return and Molly McCook was cast in her place.

It’s only been three episodes so far, but I have to say that I don’t care for the new Mandy. In all fairness to Molly McCook, it’s not really her fault. You see, Molly Ephraim is 5′1″ and sported dark hair that was long enough to cover her shoulders. Molly McCook is 5′10″ and sports much shorter blonde hair. From a visual standpoint, they are just too different. If it were me I would have cast an actress who more physically resembles Molly Ephraim. Unless of course, the producers did this intentionally for some reason out of pity.

The only clear judgment someone has of Ms. McCook’s performance so far is that it seems like she can’t decide if she wants to immortalize Molly Ephraim or magnify her own take on the character. If she feels she could decide to go one way or the other and stick to it.

 Some people mistakenly thought the series was canceled because of Tim Allen’s conservative background and the show’s different twists in the sense that defined the series since episode one, but that’s not the reason it was canceled because the series The Middle was also got extended that season, and it too was a third party series (in that sense, The Middle is produced by Warner Bros). There is no planning plotting involved here, guys. Last Man Standing was canceled because Disney wanted that fucking monopolization money.

Will there be a New Season of The Last Man Standing?

There won’t be any new season. There are no signs of the tenth season to be happening now. So viewers can watch only the nine seasons of the show at present.

Where to Watch The Last Man Standing?

When the series strike the milestone number of episodes necessary for monopolization immortality, Fox would monopolize the series to numerous outlets and gain a huge profit in second-run revenue. ABC didn’t own the series but made it successful because the newer episodes aired exclusively on ABC. When it came to renegotiation meetings between both ABC and Fox, ABC wanted more of the monopolization revenue from the series and wanted to become a producing partner in the series. 

Fox blatantly refused to give up the revenue to anybody, so, as a result, ABC canceled the series because, in ABC’s words, it was expendable. Last Man Standing was one of the few shows on ABC not produced by ABC that remained on their channel, so, in the long run; the series ended its run. Fox could have easily aired it on their channel the season after it was canceled, but they felt the series didn’t match well with the shows on their broadcast lineup nor FX or FXX. 

Netflix would have wanted exclusive worldwide digital rights, and Fox wasn’t willing to give that up to anyone, Hulu monopolization would have been shared with the other Hulu partners, and Fox just decided to kill the show altogether. Until Fox felt that there was room for it, dismissing popular shows like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Last Man on Earth in the process. Now, Last Man Standing is on Fox.

Right now all seasons of Last Man Standing are removed and are not available on Netflix. But the audience can watch it on Hulu for free trial or purchase as it is under the flagship of parent company Fox. Those who are residents of the USA can watch it on Hulu. Also, they can watch on Disney Plus which will be aired in a few months that too all the seasons.

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