For the new TV show Listen whos hammering there – cult duo returns on television

For the new TV show: “Listen, who’s hammering there” – cult duo returns on television

The fact that series from the 90s are continued is currently a big trend in the TV landscape. There won’t be a real “Listen who’s hammering” revival, but there will be a project that is obviously aimed at fans of the cult …

Anyone who now fears a new edition or continuation of the cult series “Listen, who’s hamming” can rest assured. This will not happen (initially). We have a nice little consolation for everyone who would be happy to hear such news.

As reported by Variety, Tim Allen and Richard Karn, the popular duo from “Listen, Who’s That Hammering”, will be back on television together. They don’t play DIYers Tim Taylor and Al Borland, but they perform in a similar role together.

Allen and Karn will appear together in the ten-part documentary series “Assembly Required”, which will be about the best craftsmen in the country, DIY projects and repairs.

Allen and Karn will appear together in the ten-part documentary series “Assembly Required”, which will be about the best craftsmen in the country, DIY projects and repairs.

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Of course, the makers of “Assembly Required” primarily want to entertain and reach fans of the cult series – why else should the duo Allen / Karn be engaged for this format. At the same time, the project is also intended to make a statement for sustainability.

I’ve always admired people who repair something instead of replace it. So, I created a competition show with @HISTORY, and my old buddy @TheRichardKarn, to challenge the people who love to get stuff done! pic.twitter.com/EEVHKRPFum— Tim Allen (@ofctimallen) August 25, 2020

I’ve always admired people who repair something instead of replace it. So, I created a competition show with @HISTORY, and my old buddy @TheRichardKarn, to challenge the people who love to get stuff done! pic.twitter.com/EEVHKRPFum

“We buy, break, replace and then do everything all over again Cmovieshd. What happened to repairing and rebuilding? ”Asks Allen in Variety, explaining that he created the show primarily to remind of the satisfaction and pride that one has in reaching for the tools. These types of craftsmen will be the focus in “Assembly Required”, as he also emphasized on Twitter.

The documentary series will run sometime in 2021 on the US broadcaster History. How and whether the format will also be shown in Germany is not yet known.

The documentary series will run sometime in 2021 on the US broadcaster History. How and whether the format will also be seen in Germany is not yet known

If you fancy a re-match of the 90s series “Listen who’s hammering”, you can find the series on Amazon Prime Video *.

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