Whether the title is supposed to suggest something about Tim Allen himself or not, the star of the old beloved show Home Improvement, which put Allen on the map as one of '90's television's most iconic dads, is taking ABC by storm again this season in the new series, Last Man Standing.

The new sitcom is generating more social media buzz at the start of the anticipated fall television season than any other new show out there, according to Zeta Interactive, a company that tracks social media trends, reports Entertainment Weekly. While the series itself, written by 30 Rock's Emmy-winning writer and co-executive producer Jack Burditt, may be new, the story sounds familiar. Allen's character, Mike Baxter, is described as "fighting for his manhood in a world that is being increasingly dominated by women." It's possible that Home Improvement's good ol' Tim Taylor would have a thing or two to say to Baxter on the topic.

Since 1999 when Home Improvement wrapped, Allen has been most famous for his roles on the big screen in The Santa Clause franchise and his voiceover work in the Toy Story series. But now he's ready to take his new television persona to a whole new level, making sure that Mike Baxter brings more to the small screen than necessarily meets the eye. "Every guy on TV has a flannel shirt and a gray T-shirt underneath, and he likes beer, and he's got a much better-looking wife than he deserves," Allen said at a press conference earlier this year about Last Man Standing. "It's buffoonery. I'm going to go out on a limb and say we're not going to do that on this show." Contributing their own comedic talents are also Monk's Hector Elizondo and So I Married an Axe Murderer's Nancy Travis, who plays Baxter's wife on the show.

You can find out if they live up to expectations Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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