“Santa Clause” series – Tim Allen makes himself Santa Claus again

Ho, ho, ho!

It is one of his signature roles: US comedian Tim Allen (68, “Listen who’s hammering”, “Galaxy Quest”) wants to return to his well-known Santa Clause role as “Santa Clause” for the fourth time.

The actor will star and produce a series based on the popular Santa Clause franchise for the Disney Plus streaming service.

The plot: In 1994, Allen first transformed into Santa Claus as businessman Scott Calvin in “Santa Clause”. In 2002 and 2006 sequels to the Christmas gossip hit the cinemas.

Tim Allen (right, 68) with his “Listen who’s hammering” sitcom colleagues Richard Karn (65, “Al Borland”) and Debbe Dunning (55, assistant “Heidi”)

The plot: In the planned series, the aging “Scott Calvin” at the age of 65 is faced with the task of finding a suitable successor in order to devote more time to his own family after living at the North Pole.

According to Disney Plus, production is scheduled to begin in March. Most recently, Allen played the ultra-conservative family man Mike Baxter on the sitcom “Last Man Standing,” who has to assert himself against his successful wife and three daughters.

In Germany he is best known for his role as do-it-yourself king Tim Taylor in the sitcom “Hör mal, wer da hammert” (running until 1999).

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