Is Home Improvement Streaming Anywhere?

Are you a fan of Tim Allen and his family-friendly comedy Home Improvement? You may have heard that the series is returning to streaming services near you. After being off the air since 1999, Hulu is finally bringing it back into your living room.

For those unfamiliar with Home Improvement, it was an eight-season comedy and family show that ran on ABC from 1991 to 1999. Starring Tim Allen as Tim Taylor, the inept handyman and TV host who raises three mischievous boys alongside his wife Jill (Patricia Richardson) and eccentric neighbor Wilson (Earl Hindman), the show follows their lives throughout these trying times.

Home Improvement was one of the most beloved shows on television during the 1990s. With its humorous dialogue, engaging storylines and endearing characters, you are guaranteed to laugh out loud every single episode.

The show follows the Taylor family, consisting of Tim (Zachery Ty Bryan), Jill (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) and Mark (Taran Noah Smith). Each episode also includes Tim’s Binford-sponsored home improvement show Tool Time hosted by him with Al Borland (Richard Karn).

Between 1991 and 1999, ABC broadcast 204 episodes of Home Improvement. While it appears unlikely that it will return to television, plenty of clips and outtakes from the classic ’90s show can be found online. So if you’re in search of a way to stay in the spirit of Home Improvement, take a look at these hilarious blooper reels below and decide if it’s worth revisiting the classic ’90s show.