We're thrilled that America has welcomed the Conner family back into their homes.
After a 21 year absence, Roseanne returned to the airways on ABC with the original cast and shattered the season ratings. And with just one day of DVR playback factored it, those numbers already swell to 21.9 mil/6.2.
Trump has historically been highly attuned to television ratings, including his own as the host of NBC's "The Apprentice".
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Roseanne Barr offered some words of praise for President Trump on Twitter Friday night, claiming he "has freed so many children held in bondage to pimps all over this world". "Half the country voted for him (Trump), half of them didn't". "I've always had it be a true reflection of the society we live in", she said. "It makes me laugh that liberal celebs like Ashton Kutcher can talk about trafficking but they've attacked @therealroseanne because she points out what good Trump is doing". "I think a lot of it is also people - they support Roseanne and, like you said, she is a vocal Trump supporter and she does drift into these really insane conspiracy theories".
In a time when revivals and reboots have changed the media climate, Roseanne has come forth to shake things up in portraying a character that could potentially be hated for their views but that shows a compelling side to what we think is a conservative mentality. Model Chrissy Teigen said she used to watch Roseanne but recently slammed Roseanne Barr for normalizing Nazism.
"He talked about jobs, he said he'd shake things up", says Barr in the episode. But this could be the one TV series that evolves into a ratings outlier. Trump said. "They were unbelievable!" Perhaps everyone in Hollywood is out of ideas, or perhaps the industry is just responding to what viewers have shown they want: nostalgia.
Comedian Roseanne Barr's show about a struggling Midwest working-class family, which was a huge hit during its original 1988-1997 run, is undeniably a hit again. In real life, Barr is also a vocal Trump supporter, though she lives on a macadamia nut farm in Hawaii and not in IL.