Tim Allen's character in "Last Man Standing" was a ham as well as an outdoors store manager. (Courtesy Last Man Standing)
The ABC comedy,
"Last Man Standing," starring Tim Allen as an outdoor store manager
with a ham station in his office and his basement, was cancelled by the network
at the end of its sixth season. According to "TV By the Numbers," the
program maintained consistently good ratings and no explanation was offered by
ABC for its decision. Executive Producer John Amodeo, NN6JA, says the program
will continue to air in syndication, but it is unlikely that there will be any
new episodes shot.
In addition, the ARRL Letter reports that
"Frequency," the TV spinoff of the 2000 movie of the same name, was
cancelled by the CW Network after its first season.