‘Home Improvement’ sitcom stars return in a new, real-life workshop competition show

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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Transcript for ‘Home Improvement’ sitcom stars return in a new, real-life workshop competition show
Right now, "Pop news," Lara Spencer is back. Good morning, Lara. Hi, you guys. All right. Who is ready for tool time 2.0? 20 years after the beloved sitcom "Home improvement" went off the air. Tim Allen and his sidekick are reuniting. The make believe handy-dandy duo making their debut in a real-life workshop competition show called "Assembly required." Take a look at this. America's favorite craftsmen Translation, I'm back in the shop. Tim Allen and Richard karn reunite for the newest competition series. We still got it, manage. At least I do. You got something. All right. So here's how it works. Three contestants will compete in their own at home workshops to create one of a kind builds. The history channel saying we will see everything from a dual season ice melter/leaf blower to do it yourself jacuzzi and someone makes a barbecue bicycle, whatever that is. The winner decided by the tool guys will get $5,000 cash and ultimate brags right. Allen and karn will serve as hosts and executive producers and will be joined by April Wilkerson. It starts on Tuesday, February 23rd, 10:00 P.M. On the history channel. Looking forward to that. Also this morning, at 93 years young, legendary actor Sidney Poitier still has firsts left to experience. This is a big one. Arizona state university is honoring the Oscar winner with the Sidney Poitier new American film school. The university states that he embodies everything, the school and their film program stands for saying about Sidney, look at his life. It's the story of a person who found a way. So how do we help other young people find their way? Pointier was the first black male to win an Oscar for best actor back in 1964 for his role in "Lilies of the field." His daughters say the arts and education are two of the most important things in his life saying, quote, the arts were a form of education. He wants to pass that on to all young people but specifically young people of color. The family says they look forward to seeing the next generation of artists emerge from the Sidney Poitier new American film school at Sau, an honor very much deserveded. Finally this morning, if you're having a rough one and you just want to be left alone, may I suggest that you let your feelings be known like little malon Marie. Take a look. Leave me alone leave me alone leave me alone Her mom says she made up that song I'm assuming directed at mom. A beautiful way to let everyone know exactly how you're feeling and with that, I will leave you back to the studio. Glad to know how she feels.

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