“Don’t have a yard sale in your uterus.”
So goes Roseanne Conner’s advice to her daughter, Becky, in the reboot of “Roseanne” (now on ABC).
In the 21 years since the original series…went off the air, Becky is now a widowed waitress. With mounting bills to pay, she decides to become a surrogate. Her approach to selling her eggs and her uterus is nothing short of cavalier. To her, it’s strictly a for-profit enterprise. Yes, the show is using surrogacy as a way to talk about ethics… >> Read More
Roseanne is back! The first episode of the reboot premieres tonight on ABC.
Aside from our general curiosity about about the series' second act, we're excited to see real-life Jewish mom Sara…Gilbert reprise her role as Darlene Conner — who has seen quite a lot of changes. In the reboot, Darlene has returned to the Conner home, divorced and out of work. The family as a whole seems to be as tumultuous as ever: Roseanne and Dan are Trump supporters, and the family is generally in bad… >> Read More
It's official: The new season of Roseanne, the groundbreaking '90s sitcom, will air this March.
A few months ago, there was a casting call for a “gender-creative child" to join the show — and…it appears someone has been cast as a new Conner grandchild as a way to "represent the world” we live in, according to Entertainment Weekly. Same family. Same couch. New laughs. #Roseanne returns March 27 on ABC! pic.twitter.com/sKNs9xwlDj — Roseanne on ABC (@RoseanneOnABC) January 9, 2018 Darlene and David’s 9-year-old nonbinary son, Mark, is played by… >> Read More
A few months ago, we reported that "Roseanne" was getting a reboot--which in a lot of ways, we are excited about (considering it was a monumental and groundbreaking show for its time).
However,…there's been a bit of controversy already--and rightly so. https://t.co/OQws0AB5w1 Please @therealroseanne don't do this. — Libby 🇺🇸 (@libbyannehess) August 1, 2017 So, what's the deal? It was recently announced that the reboot is seeking to feature a "gender-creative child," despite show's star and creator Roseanne’s own transphobic history and statements. In the past year,… >> Read More
Don't you miss "Roseanne?" I grew up watching the ‘90s hilarious family-friendly sitcom--and I have to say, my life just wouldn't have been the same without it. Roseanne Barr, the women behind…the TV show, was often ahead of her time. Barr was one of the first people in Hollywood to create a show about real life for working class people--and the fact that her show focused on a working class mom is not something to trivialize. of course I want to do a reboot of Roseanne-new political reality in… >> Read More