The Conner Family is still relevant in America

The Conner Family is still relevant in America

The Conner Family is still relevant in America

Roseanne Barr and the cast of the Rosanne revival are celebrating the show's long awaited premiere!

Roseanne Barr and John Goodman aren't afraid to stir the pot.

It took five years of blockbuster ratings for "Roseanne" on ABC before its star and co-creator Roseanne Barr finally won an Emmy Award.

Earlier this week, the leading lady made headlines when she told Jimmy Kimmel during an appearance on his late night talk show to "zip that f**king lip" while defending Trump when things quickly got political between the two.

"I deleted it, f- you!" she said of the tweet, flipping Kimmel the bird. The revival will focus largely on family dissent caused by the 2016 presidential election: Barr's character Roseanne Conner voted for President Donald Trump to the dismay of her children. "Sara called me and said, 'Would you want to do a reunion show and I said, 'Yeah, definitely.' I said, 'What about John?' She goes, 'Oh, John's in.' I said, 'Well of course then I'm in'".

Not only does Dan make a return, but both Goranson and Chalke, who played Becky Conner, will appear on the show at once.

"And yet we've seen it, over and over again", Kimmel said.

And she's back with quite a resume in hand. It reminds me a lot of like when we first started there was nothing on television like our show and it's still that way and I felt like there was a slot for us to come back.

Are you ready for her? She got three Emmys for her her work on Roseanne.

In the final moments, after Roseanne reflected on the book, she series closed with her going back upstairs and sitting on the family couch, with her trademark laugh heard one last time as the show faded to black.

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