#360TvSeries: Roseanne Renewed For Season 11 At ABC


With only two episodes of the new season aired, ABC announced on Friday that the network would renew Roseanne for a second season.

All of the original "Roseanne" cast members returned for the revival, including John Goodman as Roseanne's (Roseanne Barr) husband, who died in the final season 21 years ago. And with just one day of DVR playback factored it, those numbers already swell to 21.9 mil/6.2.

The Roseanne reboot's March 27 premiere was the highest-rated scripted broadcast of the season, and the highest-rated sitcom in more than three years.

Barr has defended President Donald Trump on her media tours for her show.

"They were unbelievable", Trump said.

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Roseanne will be back for more episodes-and it could be as soon as later this year if the series star gets her wish. She even told Jimmy Kimmel to "zip that lip" about Trump in a recent interview while sitting on the iconic Roseanne couch.

Roseanne Barr has dabbled in a conspiracy called QAnon or The Storm, apparently with roots on 4Chan, that said Donald Trump's political opponents were involved in Satanism and sex-trafficking. He said Trump obsesses over ratings, "bashes Hollywood but craves its validation", and "divides the world into things that are "pro TRUMP" and 'against TRUMP'". "They haven't figured it out, the fake news hasn't quite figured it out yet". (She cites the statistic that "41 percent of voters earning less than $50,000 voted for Mr. Trump while 53 percent voted for Hillary Clinton.") And as Mark Harris noted on Twitter, "the only confirmed Trump voter is insane old white grandma". But this could be the one TV series that evolves into a ratings outlier. Sandra Bernhard, who reprises her role as Nancy Bartlett-a character that famously came out as gay in Season 4 of the original show, which ran from 1988 to 1997-confessed that she "can't understand" why so many white women voted for Trump. She is a Trump supporter, as she is in real life, while her sister Jackie Harris, played by Laurie Metcalf, is a Hillary supporter.

She also tweeted: '#RoseanneBarr when i think of all the Presidents that I have gotten to meet and talk with, it really makes me feel so humbled!

'We talked about a lot of things.