Roseanne Barr is staging a comeback to our screens with new comedy special

If you appreciate comedy, then you are likely familiar with the name Roseanne Barr. The actress is perhaps one of the most prolific comedic actresses of her generation with an incredibly successful career until she was ‘canceled.’

Roseanne Barr’s hit show titled “Roseanne” after it premiered in 1988. The show was an instant success with hundreds of thousands of people tuning in to watch it.

The show ended much to viewers’ dismay but then was revived in the 2000s. The Roseanne revival was one of the most successful revivals of a television show in recent history. It had incredible ratings and was only going to be more successful.

Until in 2018 a single tweet from Roseanne derailed the entire reboot as well as her decades-old career!

We all know the actress to be a spitfire who says what’s on her mind. In a tweet she has since deleted, she made racially charged comments about Obama’s advisor, Valerie Jarrett.

When ABC, the network airing her show’s reboot asked her what her reasons for tweeting were, she simply told them she had no reason at all. She confessed that she had had an Ambien before tweeting but that was not an excuse for what she said.

Roseanne is now sharing in her documentary titled, “Roseanne: Kicked out of Hollywood,” that she asked the network to let her appear on “The View” the next day and apologize for the tweet but she never received the opportunity to go on television and apologize.

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