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Home & Garden 3 Good Reasons to Watch Tim Allen and Richard Karn’s New Show

07:06  17 february  2021
07:06  17 february  2021 Source:   bobvila.com

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Tim Allen and his good buddy Richard Karn are providing a sweet dose of nostalgia for '90 s kids filming together again for a show they'll co-host together. The "Home Improvement" stars are working together again for the competition show "Assembly Required" on the History channel. Tim might have given just a smirk for the pic, but he' s been excited about this since back in August when he announced they were gonna be doing the show . As he put it then, "I created a competition show with @History and my old buddy @TheRichardKarn to challenge the people who love to get stuff done!"

Richard Karn and Tim Allen teaming up for a competition series is a natural next step. Karn and Allen ’ s enthusiasm during Home Improvement’ s Tool Time segments was always pretty convincing, so clearly there was something to it. Plus, Allen has clearly remained close to Karn and his former co-stars. For those who might need a refresher, it was recently announced that Richard Karn would host the competition series entitled Assembly Required. The show will put builders across the USA to the test as they're challenged to fix a household item and make it work even better than before.

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The History Channel’s newest competition series is a must-watch for DIY enthusiasts. Home Improvement co-stars Tim Allen, 67, and Richard Karn, 64, are reuniting for a 10-episode nonfiction series titled Assembly Required. The History Channel has released a preview of the show, and it includes a fun clip of the sort of playful jabs that can be expected between the dynamic duo. Here’s what else you can look forward to when you tune in for the premiere on Feb. 23.

1. The promise of many nostalgic Home Improvement references.

“We still got it man, or at least I do,” says Allen in the recent preview. Karn jokes back that his co-star’s got something, insinuating that it’s definitely not skills in the workshop! The hilarious banter feels just like the relationship between characters Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor and his sidekick Al Borland from the popular ‘90s sitcom. While fans of their old show will undoubtedly appreciate any and all throwbacks, the concept of their new show is just as entertaining.

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Tim Allen and Richard Karn are getting together again for a new unscripted series that will probably come as close as we'll ever get to seeing an actual "Tool Time" TV show . Tim Allen and Richard Karn will share the screen anew for the newly announced History competition series tentatively titled Assembly Assembly Required is a show that will spotlight ingenuity and will focus on contestants with can-do attitudes and a keen interesting in building things. Episodes will feature some of the most talented builders across the country as they're tasked with taking broken household items and finding

Karn will serve as host, executive-producing alongside Allen . Assembly Required is expected to premiere sometime in 2021. “Let’ s face it — we’re living in a throwaway society,” Allen said in a statement. “We buy, break, replace… rinse and repeat. Whatever happened to repair and rebuild?! There are some people who unfriend, unfollow and dispose of anything that offends, annoys or breaks — so I’ve created a show to remind people of the satisfaction and pride that comes from rebuilding something on their own. And who better to join me than my buddy from the old Tool Time days

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2. The addition of YouTuber April Wilkerson.

In each episode, Allen and Karn will ask real builders to breathe new life into everyday household items in dire need of some TLC. The co-stars will also dive into the interesting history around the old items. But that’s not all viewers can expect. Assembly Required will welcome April Wilkerson, a renowned DIYer and YouTube star. Wilkerson will serve as the show’s resident expert, offering insights and challenging the creators in various ways.

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3. You get to watch people make stuff!

Along with the excitement of a star-studded cast, Assembly Required will offer DIY enthusiasts the opportunity to get inspired. In each episode, three makers will build various creative projects from their homes. While Allen and Karn will check in on the progress of each project virtually, Wilkerson will throw in fun competition twists.

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Allen and Karn will executive produce alongsice Brent Montgomery, Ed Simpson, Joe Weinstock, Will Nothacker, Simon Thomas, Vince Cariati and Katherine D. Fox. Eli Lehrer, Mary E. Donahue and Max Micallef serve as executive producers for History. “Our history is defined by the innovations of “We look forward to partnering with Tim and Richard , America’ s beloved duo, as they challenge a new wave of skilled individuals to think out-of-the-box to build upon the innovations of those before them. We hope this series will inspire viewers to think twice about throwing out that old item, roll up their sleeves

Tim Allen to reunite with Home Improvement co-star Richard Karn in reality competition building series for the History Channel. Big news: The 67-year-old Allen and 64-yer-old Karn are reuniting to star in reality competition building series for the History Channel called Assembly Required according to a Tuesday report from Deadline. The ten-part series is set to highlight the best and brightest builders from across the US as they will compete against one another in an attempt to breathe new life into everyday household items in need of fixing.

Not only will this setup fall in line with current safety guidelines—we are still in the midst of a pandemic, after all—it will also allow viewers a peek inside real-life home workshops. And when you challenge talented creators to make something amazing in a familiar space with familiar tools, there’s no telling what remarkable things they’ll come up with!

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