Who doesn’t have an old television show that they dearly miss and hope would come back? For many people, one of the most popular shows of its time is “Home Improvement,” and guess what? The comedic duo we all loved is back for another show!

Tim Allen and Richard Karn, the amazing comedic duo that everyone fondly remembers from their “Home Improvement” days, are back together again on the small screen. Their witty banter and hilarious antics made thousands of people around the world laugh.

And if you’ve been missing Tim Allen’s comedic stylings accompanied by Richard Karn’s charm, then you’re in luck because the famous duo is now starring in a new television series called “Assembly Required.” This exciting show features builders competing against one another to showcase their skills and creativity.

Unlike their previous scripted comedy “Home Improvement,” “Assembly Required” is a competition-style show that brings out the funny side of the hosts and the interesting participants. Premiering on the History Channel in 2021, the show has already gained a lot of buzz and excitement among fans who have been eagerly waiting to see the duo back in action on their screens.

Not only are Tim Allen and Richard Karn thrilled about working together again, but they have also been actively promoting the show on their social media accounts. It’s clear that they share the same love and passion for entertaining their fans.

Builders, handymen, and construction workers all participate in solving household problems on the show. They are judged on their creativity as they breathe new life into old household items. The show features some amazing builders vying for the title of the best builder on the show. While “Assembly Required” has not been confirmed for a second season yet, the entire first season is available for fans everywhere to enjoy.

For old fans of “Home Improvement,” this is an opportunity to rewatch their favorite duo in new episodes of a television show where they get to see Tim Allen and Richard Karn doing what they do best: improving homes! Are you excited to watch this new show by Tim Allen and Richard Karn? Let us know in the comments.