Fans are finally getting a “Instrument Time” reunion, nevertheless it is a minor diverse this time about.
Former “Property Improvement” stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn are teaming up as soon as once again for Background Channel’s most recent competitors series, “Assembly Expected” — and the Record Channel just gave viewers the first glimpse into the extended-awaited reunion.
The Heritage Channel unveiled the duo’s reunion via Twitter on Monday, sharing a shorter clip of Allen, 67, and Karn doing the job with each other all over again in a common workspace.
“Ho ho ho. Translation: I’m again in the shop,” Allen proclaims, harkening again to his signature grunts from the beloved 1990s sitcom.
‘HOME IMPROVEMENT’ STARS TIM ALLEN, RICHARD KARN REUNITE FOR NEW Competitiveness Sequence ‘ASSEMBLY REQUIRED’
“We nonetheless obtained it guy, at least I do,” Allen teases before Karn, 64, replies: “You bought anything.”
Serving as hosts and executive producers of the clearly show, Allen and Karn are joined by DIY pro April Wilkerson as they obstacle contestants to “breathe new lifetime into daily household items in desperate want of repairing,” for every the Heritage Channel’s description.
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“Assembly Required reunites Tim Allen with Richard Karn in this new competitiveness sequence that spotlights the ideal and brightest builders from across the state, at their property workshops, as they contend to breathe new lifestyle into daily house products in desperate want of fixing,” the Background Channel notes. “This new series will thrust just about every contestant to their limits though testing their potential and ingenuity to not only rebuild it but to develop it much better.”
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“In each and every episode, Allen and Karn will also dive into the exclusive heritage all around these items to celebrate the gentlemen and women of all ages who crafted them, and the methods utilized,” the description concluded.
“Assembly Expected” is slated to premiere Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 10 p.m. EST on the Background Channel.