Tim Allen’s The Santa Clauses series renewed for second season

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Tim Allen’s The Santa Clauses series renewed for second season

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Tim Allen’s The Santa Clauses series has been renewed for a second season amid an eye-catching audience demand.

The Disney+ series touts 16.23 times the audience demand for an average show, a number that only 2.7% of broadcast and streaming movies can boast, according to Parrot Analytics.

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TIM ALLEN TALKS DAUGHTER’S ROLE IN THE SANTA CLAUSES: ‘MOST AMAZING THING IN THE WORLD’

“This franchise has had a lasting impact for so many families, truly becoming part of their annual holiday traditions. Bringing it back as a series has been a true gift, and I’m grateful to our producing partners at 20th Television and, of course, Tim Allen and team, that we have yet another reason to celebrate this holiday season,” Ayo Davis, the president of Disney Branded Television, said in a press release.

Allen, who is also an executive producer of the series, will continue to play the roles of Santa and Scott Calvin.

The streaming series also afforded Allen, 69, the opportunity to work alongside his daughter, Elizabeth Allen-Dick.

“It was the most amazing thing in the world to see my kid,” Allen told Fox News Digital, “and I had very little to do with it.”

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The series premiered on Disney+ on Nov. 16 and released six episodes in its first season. The show continues The Santa Clause franchise that began in 1994.

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