Tim Allen is returning to television with a pilot about a man trying to survive in a woman's world, TheWrap has confirmed.
The show, most recently known as "Last Days of Man," would be Allen's first series since ABC's top-rated "Home Improvement," assuming ABC orders that the pilot become a series.
The multi-camera comedy, written by "30 Rock" producer Jack Burditt, is about a man, Tim Fitzgerald, "fighting for his manhood in a world that is being increasingly dominated by women," according to ABC.
Such a world probably doesn't include a lot of Tool TIme Girls.
"Home Improvement," which aired from 1991-99, helped launch the career of Allen, star of the "Toy Story" franchise.
The actor has been looking into a return to television for months, meeting at one point with "The Office" and "Parks and Recreation" executive producer Greg Daniels.