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'Roseanne' Reunion Finally Confirms The News We Have All Been Waiting For

We've all been counting down the days until the Roseanne reboot comes out, but we have a lot of questions. What is the story going to be? What are they going to do about Dan's death? And most importantly, will everyone be back? We have been getting little sneak peeks at life on the set from the cast. Emma Kenney shared a bunch of pictures and honestly, she looks as though she is a clone of Sara Gilbert AKA Darlene.IntagramRoseanne Barr has also shared some interesting photos of her and Laurie Metcalfe, who will be back as Jackie. TwitterWe

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Roseanne Cast Shares Photos From The Set Of The Reunion And We're Getting Excited

Everyone's excited for the upcoming Roseanne reunion, especially the cast! They played these characters back in the 90s, but they are all ready to reunite at the Conner's home next year. After all these years, the family will finally be back together and we honestly couldn't be more excited. There are of course a lot of questions for the revival, most importantly, how is John Goodman still involved if his character was dead? Well, we may not have any official answers yet, but we do have some sneak peaks at some behind the scenes antics! TwitterAfter seeing the pictures from

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10 Facts About 'Roseanne' That Will Make You Miss The Original Series

Roseanne will be back in just a few short months, but now is the best time to catch up on our old favorites. There are a lot of things about the classic series that we may not know, and it might change how you feel about the revival. ABCRoseanne Barr's first TV show obviously helped her career, but how much do you really know about the classic sitcom? Find out now! 1. Because Roseanne was successful, other stand up comedians got their own showsSplitsiderBetween Roseanne and Seinfeld, TV executives were realizing that stand up comedians were a great resource for

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The Conners Are Back In The First Photos Of 'Roseanne' Revival

The reunion everyone has been excited for has finally started production! All the Conners were back at the table together for the first time in 20 years and it's as though they never left. ABCRoseanne was on the air between 1988 and 1997, but because networks won't stop making reboots, it's back! The first episode of the new Roseanne reboot will be called Twenty Years to Life and it will feature all the original cast. ABCRosanne Barr, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Michael Fishman and Levy Goranson will all be back for the eight episode series. People were originally

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Roseanne Barr Says She Knows How They Will Kill Off Her Character, Calls It An "Insult"

Ever since all the drama started over the Roseanne reboot, Roseanne Barr has been very vocal. While her comments ended up getting her fired, she has continued to claim that it was not her intention to come across as racist, using excuses like Ambien to try and apologize. She even claimed that she had a contract in place to help protect her from being fired for her comments as long as she made an apology, but either way, she lost her show. The iconic series was brought back for only one season before her actions got her fired, and the

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The First Official Photos Of 'The Conners' Are Here To Get Us Ready For The Premiere

It's been quite the summer for the Conner family, and starting on Tuesday, October 16th, we will be able to see just how they have handled it. After the sudden cancellation of Roseanne following Roseanne Barr's racist comments, the network was forced to figure out a way to bring back the rest of the cast without the controversial star. They made a deal with Roseanne Barr, purchasing the rights of her characters so they could create a new show called The Conners that would explore how the family would move on after the matriarch was no longer around. We learned

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Premiere Date Of The 'Roseanne' Spinoff Announced Along With A Few Hints Of What To Expect

There has been a lot of drama surrounding the Roseanne reboot over the last few months, thanks to the stars controversial actions. But now that the network has managed to buy her out of her contract, they've decided to move forward with the spinoff, The Conners, allowing the rest of the cast to continue on with their successful reboot. Now that we are nearing the end of summer, people have started wondering when all of their favorite shows will be coming back. For those who enjoyed Roseanne, there has been a lot of debate as to whether they will continue

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The 'Roseanne' Spin-Off Is Officially Happening Without Roseanne Barr

The reboot of Roseanne was abruptly cancelled after the star tweeted racist comments, but after weeks of discussions, the network has found a way to continue the show without Roseanne Barr. Reports of the negotiations started becoming public a few days ago, but now the network has officially confirmed that they will be going ahead with a spinoff of the show. The spinoff of the revival will be called The Conners and will feature all of the returning cast members EXCEPT for Roseanne Barr. ABCThis means that John Goodman (Dan), Laurie Metcalf (Jackie), Sara Gilbert (Darlene), Lecy Goranson (Becky), and

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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' 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