Wednesday, March 28, 2018

‘Roseanne’ Review: ABC’s Stilted Revival Misses Cues But Plays Trump Card Well

By Deadline, Mar. 27, 2018

If you really believe that Hollywood and the networks are totally devoid of new ideas, ABC’s Roseanne revival will challenge your faith – unconventionally and in a surprisingly unpolished way.

In the former, because almost 30 years since her sitcom made its loud entrance, Barr still remarkably retains the ability to shock long after the likes of Bret Easton Ellis, Pamela Anderson, Simon Cowell, and the British monarchy have lost it. Granted, in this hyped up incarnation that reunites the comedian with John Goodman and the rest of the original cast, a lot of that shock value shtick is the Emmy winner’s very vocal support of Donald Trump, in real life and in the Connor household of the March 27 debuting sitcom.

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1 comment:

  1. Finally a show I can watch and enjoy on regular TV instead of cable. Loved it and can't wait for next weeks show.


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