'Roseanne' Reboot Renewed for Season 2 by ABC

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It is the show's 11th season, but with a 21-year gap since its initial nine-season run. "I disagree on some things, but give him benefit of doubt-4 now". What is surprising is the apparent blind eye turned by the people who have brought us this "rebooted" Roseanne - a decision that ABC may regret. Darlene (Sara Gilbert) has moved back in with her parents, Roseanne and Dan (John Goodman), after she loses her job.

In Cincinnati, the 17.1 rating was slightly less than the combined viewership (18.6 rating) for CBS' "NCIS", NBC's "The Voice" and Fox's "Lethal Weapon" (18.6 rating).

"I'm sure some people are supporting the show because they relate to whether they find it amusing", he stated.

ABC has wasted little time in picking up the revival of "Roseanne" for another season. "Or post-election, when one of Barr's tweets backed the PizzaGate conspiracy theory which stated some Democrats were part of a sex trafficking ring in the basement of a Washington pizza restaurant". Then on Thursday, he touted the show's success during a speech in Ohio.

"Roseanne on Jimmy Kimmel about Trump: 'let's try to think positive.' Well, actions speak louder". "Matt Drudge tweeted: "'ROSEANNE' RATINGS BLOWOUT".

While ABC is celebrating the reboot's success, many people are pointing to some of the comedian's more controversial views and tweets. They also were the best for any scripted broadcast program this season - with the exception of the episode of NBC's "This Is Us" that immediately followed the Super Bowl.

The Conner Family is still relevant in America
Sara Gilbert is on the show as Darlene Conner. "I think you accused her of being a murderer, didn't you?" asked Kimmel. Kimmel then said: "How about Captain Wacko we got running the country?" "No, I kept it and I'm not bringing it back".

Like Trump, Barr has also used Twitter to viciously go after those she perceives as enemies, even if the allegations aren't true.

'We talked about a lot of things.

"Yay! I had so much fun watching the show".

After posting the link to a story that discussed why Trump should thank the actress, the Roseanne star was quick to counter-argue, "The writer is so gracious to me, but I do like the President". They haven't figured it out yet; the fake news hasn't quite figured it out yet. It featured a blue-collar family, the Conners, with overweight parents struggling to get by in the fictional town of Lanford, Illinois, and was praised as for its realistic portrayal of working-class life.

Barr was back in the news this week with the revival of Roseanne 20 years after its final episode.

Fans of the show were equally excited after the news was announced on the sitcom's official Twitter page with the tweet: "You asked for it!"

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