ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey talked for the first time about her decision to cancel TV's top comedy "Roseanne." She says she had prior "conversations" with Barr about the things she was putting on Twitter.
Roseanne Barr's show was canceled after she wrote a tweet making a "Planet of the Apes" reference about the former Obama adviser. Now she's saying she didn't know Valerie Jarrett was black.
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The disgraced actress claims to be fielding numerous offers in a new interview.
The comedian, whose ABC series "Roseanne" was cancelled in May after a racist remark on Twitter, told her friend Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in a new podcast she is already considering a new offer to come back to TV. Barr spoke to Boteach on Wednesday, but the podcast -- the second she's recorded with the rabbi since the show's cancellation -- was released on Saturday night. Barr did not specify any further details about the offers she's received to return to the airwaves.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach has released an edited transcript and audio recording of the interview he conducted with former ABC star Roseanne Barr shortly after the cancellation of her series “Roseanne.” In the interview, Barr claims that she “never would have wittingly called any black person…a monkey.” “It’s really hard to say this but, I didn’t […]
The 65-year-old actress struggled to keep her composure while explaining recent fallout.
It’s official: ABC has given a 10-episode series order to The Conners (working title), a spinoff of Roseanne, for fall 2018. The spinoff will take over the Tuesday 8 PM slot on the ABC schedule that was vacated when Roseanne was suddenly canceled following a controversial tweet by star and executive producer Roseanne Barr. ( Roseanne ‘s order had been for 13 episodes.) Barr will have no financial or creative involvement in the new series after reaching a settlement with…
Roseanne Barr says she’s “developed a bit of palsy” in her head and hands over the stress she’s been living through, referring to the cancellation of ABC’s “Roseanne” revival and the very public fallout from her nasty tweet about Valerie Jarrett. It was about anti-semitism.
The 65-year-old comedian continues to tweet amid the cancellation of her show and talks about potential spinoffs.
CBS’ “The Talk” returned with a live episode on Monday, and host Sara Gilbert elaborated on her statement about her other show, “Roseanne,” being canceled. “I apologize to Valerie Jarrett and to all Americans.
TMZ reports that Gilbert has been calling cast members to gauge their interest, and John Goodman seems eager.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen steadily worked to rebuild her brand after a controversy, and she's been successful, proving that what Roseanne Barr is going through now isn’t likely to be the endgame for her career.
Many likened the host's C word comment to Barr’s racist tweet — and many have demanded that Bee suffer the same fate as Barr: They want her fired and “Full Frontal” canceled.
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Every one of Fox News’ primetime shows on Wednesday night did segments on Roseanne Barr and ABC’s cancellation of "Roseanne." And each of them tried to build a pro-Roseanne case.
John Goodman is weighing in on the stunning fall of Roseanne. In paparazzi footage obtained by ETOnline.com on Wednesday night, the series’ patriarch remarked that he’d “rather say nothing than to cause more trouble.” He refused to get into specifics when asked about the incendiary tweet published by his leading lady Roseanne Barr that triggered the cancellation, only saying, […]
The celebrated actor said he's 'fine' and said he was content that he wouldn't be up for consideration for an Emmy for his role on 'Roseanne.'