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Entertainment One major problem with 'Roseanne' reboot: Roseanne

23:23  09 june  2018
23:23  09 june  2018 Source:   wonderwall.com

John Goodman Reacts To ‘Roseanne’ Cancellation, Says He Would “Rather Say Nothing Than To Cause More Trouble”

  John Goodman Reacts To ‘Roseanne’ Cancellation, Says He Would “Rather Say Nothing Than To Cause More Trouble” John Goodman Reacts To ‘Roseanne’ Cancellation, Says He Would “Rather Say Nothing Than To Cause More Trouble”UPDATED with tweet from Roseanne Barr: Roseanne patriarch John Goodman has broken his silence in regards to the recent controversy surrounding his co-star Roseanne Barr and the cancellation of the show by ABC.

One big problem makes Roseanne reboot hard to watch. The Roseanne revival, which picks up 20+ years after the show concluded and will air locally on Ten soon, reveals that the feminist TV icon did not vote for the first major -party female candidate for president.

One big problem makes Roseanne reboot hard to watch. The Roseanne revival, which picks up 20+ years after the show concluded and will air locally on Ten soon, reveals that the feminist TV icon did not vote for the first major -party female candidate for president.

Roseanne Barr wearing a costume posing for the camera: Roseanne Barr arrives at the ABC All-Star Party during the TCA Winter Press Tour in Los Angeles on Jan. 8, 2018. © SilverHub/REX/Shutterstock Roseanne Barr arrives at the ABC All-Star Party during the TCA Winter Press Tour in Los Angeles on Jan. 8, 2018.

The ABC team is still moving forward with a "Roseanne" reboot, which would center around Sara Gilbert's character on the show, however there's one issue they'll have to deal with first: ownership.

TMZ sources close to the production are claiming that as Roseanne Barr is the creator of the hit show, along with the original executive producers, she has a financial stake in its characters. While it is not exactly clear which ones Roseanne created, TMZ is reporting that the network is doing all it can do prevent a lawsuit.

Roseanne Barr feels 'sick' for her former co-stars

  Roseanne Barr feels 'sick' for her former co-stars Controversial TV star Roseanne Barr has revealed that she feels ''sick'' that her former co-stars Laurie Metcalf and John Goodman have lost their jobs following the cancellation of her sitcom. Roseanne Barr feels ''sick'' that her former co-stars Laurie Metcalf and John Goodman have lost their jobs.The 65-year-old actress had her eponymous sitcom cancelled by ABC earlier this week after she posted a racist tweet about former White House adviser Valerie Jarrett, and Roseanne has now expressed regret about ''two of the greatest actors in the world'' are also losing their jobs.

One big problem makes Roseanne reboot hard to watch. The Roseanne revival, which picks up 20+ years after the show concluded and will air locally on Ten soon, reveals that the feminist TV icon did not vote for the first major -party female candidate for president.

One big problem makes Roseanne reboot hard to watch. The Roseanne revival, which picks up 20+ years after the show concluded and will air locally on Ten soon, reveals that the feminist TV icon did not vote for the first major -party female candidate for president.

Sara Gilbert posing for the camera: Sara Gilbert attends the Disney ABC Upfront Presentation in New York City on May 15, 2018. © Stephen Lovekin/Variety/REX/Shutterstock Sara Gilbert attends the Disney ABC Upfront Presentation in New York City on May 15, 2018.

TMZ was also told by production insiders that Barr has the power to put her foot down and make it so there is no second reboot unless she gets a portion of the profits. Although, if she is making money from the next version of the show, it would contradict the initial reason for canceling the last one, due to her racist comment.

Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf, Emma Kenney, John Goodman, Sarah Chalke sitting posing for the camera: Roseanne cast © ABC Roseanne cast

As ABC negotiations reportedly went into overdrive earlier in the week, with the network looking to announce the new show right away, according to TMZ, it now appears that they have a bit more work ahead of them…

Stars react to 'Roseanne' cancellation: 

ABC weighs rebooting 'Roseanne' without Barr: report

  ABC weighs rebooting 'Roseanne' without Barr: report ABC is reportedly in talks to reboot a new version of the hit comedy "Roseanne" without its namesake star, Roseanne Barr. CNN reported Friday that the production company Carsey-Werner, which owns the sitcom, is pitching the new concept to ABC, which canned the show this week following a racist tweet from Barr.

' Roseanne ' Reboot There's One Big Hang-Up ABC is still all-in on moving forward with a second " Roseanne " reboot -- this one revolving around Sara Gilbert's character -- but there's a major issue to resolve ownership.

The ABC team is still moving forward with a " Roseanne " reboot , which would center around Sara Gilbert's character on the show, however there's one issue they'll have to deal with first : ownership. SilverHub/REX/Shutterstock.

Roseanne Barr: I’m ‘Making Restitution for the Pain I Have Caused’ .
Ready to make nice? Roseanne Barr shared a cryptic tweet about restitution a week after the Roseanne reboot was canceled as a result of her racist tweet about former White House advisor Valerie Jarrett. Ready to make nice? Roseanne Barr shared a cryptic tweet about restitution a week after the Roseanne reboot was canceled as a result of her racist tweet about former White House advisor Valerie Jarrett.

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