'Roseanne' Shouldn't Have Been Revived To Begin With, Says Michelle Wolf

'Roseanne' Shouldn't Have Been Revived To Begin With, Says Michelle Wolf

Michelle Wolf commented on the Roseanne Barr situation in her new Netflix series The Break this week, and the comedian did not hold back against Barr nor her former employers in ABC. The now-cancelled second season was expected to attract an estimated $60 million (£45 million) in advertising revenue.

Now, a new possibility has emerged: a spinoff focused on Sara Gilbert's single-mom character, Darlene.

A source privy to the show said that Barr - who has stayed in her Utah home since the chaos first started - was extremely emotional and rambling about her tweet. "I've been up there times already, and if I didn't get one I'm not gonna get one".

"Everyone's been saying it's so fearless of ABC to cancel their biggest hit show", Wolf said.

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"He said: what were you thinking when you did this?" revealed Barr on Twitter. "But then it all fell apart", the source reportedly said. "He scoffed & said: what u have done is egregious, and unforgivable", she tweeted. Maher called Roseanne's racist tweet to President Barack Obama's former staffer Valerie Jarrett "bordering on presidential" during his opening monologue on "Real Time with Bill Maher" on Friday.

In now-deleted tweets, Roseanne says she asked ABC's TV president to "let me apologize & make amends".

Last month, Barr tweeted the initials "vj" and the words: "Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby". With that out of the way, let's reluctantly dive into the latest development surrounding ABC's cancellation of the misguided Roseanne revival.

The Oscar-winner went on to infer that Barr's recent sentiments, which included expressing her support for Donald Trump, may be the result of a brain injury she suffered during a auto accident when she was young.

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