Tim Allen and Richard Karn are reunite after 22years of ‘Home Improvement’.
Allen and Karn will be the next co-host of ‘Assembly Required’ for the History Channel
This year it is the 30th anniversary of the premiere episode of ‘Home Improvement’ and both Allen and Karn are back with a new wonderful project. After three decades of”Home Improvement” the two are reteaming for a new show, “Assembly Required,” where they tap into their DIY roots to host a reality competition series that sees contestants rebuild everyday household items.
The last episode of ‘Home Improvement’ were telecast 22 years ago.
“I wanted to have Richard a part of this because it seemed like a reality extension of what ‘Tool Time’ really was, where I add more power to it, I break something, he’d be the reality side of it, and it was a good fit,” Allen said.
He added that the chemistry between them on “Assembly required” is “just like [our characters] Al Borland and Tim Taylor.”
“This [show] is improve for 12 hours a day and I’m out of my mind,” said Allen.
The original show’s last impact on fans is part of what “Assembly Required” so much fun.
“I think it resonates with the parents that grew up with it and are now able to show their kids something that they can all sit together and watch,” Karn said
Inputs- Fox News
By- BRATADEEP CHOUDHURY