"Last Man Standing is one of the only shows on broadcast television, and the only sitcom, that is not constantly shoving liberal ideals down the throats of the viewers", wrote the petition's organizer.
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The militant fanbase has even put together a petition, now sitting at over 65,000 signatures, to bring an end to the television network as payback for the apparent crime of taking Allen off the air.
ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey defended the network's decision during a conference call to reporters on March 16. According to the New York Daily News, Dungey said that Last Man Standing is just one of many shows that have been put on the chopping block. Many have backed up Allen and petitions are even going around to bring back the show.
Finally, the end of the sixth season would've seen a renegotiation of contracts and an undoubtedly large increase for Allen's salary as Mike Baxter.
"Shame on ABC for allowing the network to become an intolerant bastion of Liberal bulls-t", tweeted former Blaze host Tomi Lahren.
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Tim Allen's "Last Man Standing" was canceled over ratings, not politics, the ABC president said Tuesday.
Dungey added that though "Last Man Standing" averaged 8.1 million viewers a week, the network decided not to continue with Friday night comedies.
After Last Man Standing's cancellation was announced, rumor quickly spread that ABC pulled the plug because of Allen's conservative politics. Speaking of shows that weren't necessarily big for ratings: despite having a strong fan following, "Sleepy Hollow" couldn't survive on Fox after four seasons.
Other posts noted that a canceled show not infrequently finds a second life on a new channel.
That reassurance from ABC didn't do much to calm the masses who are really peeved about the show's demise on the network.
"I can't believe that I am supposed to be ok with shows like ('Grey's Anatomy") or "Nashville' or any other show that promotes LGBT blah blah blah., WHATEVER!" ABC will open the fall without a multicamera comedy for the first time in years after axing Last Man and Dr. Ken.