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'Roseanne' Spinoff Apparently Moving Forward Without Roseanne Barr

The Roseanne cancellation caught a lot of us off guard. The show had done exceptionally well at bringing the Conners back to the small screen and made us all fall in love with them again. However, the star of the show had been sharing some offensive opinions and the network finally decided enough was enough. They no longer wanted to be associated with her and her thoughts, so they canceled the show. ABCRoseanne Barr claimed to have been joking, but even if that's true, her words were unacceptable. Even her castmates were deeply concerned with her words. Sara Gilbert, who

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Roseanne Barr Return Possible, But Not With Her Rebooted TV Series

After her network dropped her show, streaming services dropped her reruns, and her agency dropped her for a racist tweet, Roseanne Barr is vowing she's not finished.Whether anyone will have her is an open question.Mainstream television, where she saw soaring success both on the original Roseanne and the recent short-lived reboot, is probably out. But she finds herself in an environment flush with media outlets where the style of incendiary statements she was making long before Tuesday's tweet is not a hindrance, but rather an asset.Adam Rose/ABC"Whether or not she will see herself back on

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'Roseanne' Reboot Cancelled Over Star's Offensive Tweet

The reboot of Roseanne has officially been cancelled by ABC. That's right, the show that people had been completely losing their minds over and watching in record numbers has been cancelled in a shocking decision because of the star's personal statements. On May 29th, Roseanne Barr made a racist comment on Twitter about former President Obama's adviser Valerie Jarrett and even though her controversial tweets are notorious by now, this was the final straw. ABCShe has since deleted the tweet and released an apology, claiming it was a "bad joke" but ABC, the network where her reboot was airing was