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'The View' Talks Trump's Call to Roseanne Barr: 'He's a Ratings Whore'

01 April 2018

After a enormous premiere, ABC has renewed the Roseanne revival for another season on Friday, bringing the show up to 11 seasons in total.

"We're thrilled that America has welcomed the Conner family back into their homes", ABC president Channing Dungey.

All of the original "Roseanne" cast members returned for the revival, including John Goodman as Roseanne's (Roseanne Barr) husband, who died in the final season 21 years ago.

With one day of DVR and video-on-demand viewing counted, the new total for the premiere is 21.9 million viewers.

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The comments appeared to be related to an article she shared that discusses her show and its relation to Trump.

Ms. Barr did not immediately provide evidence to support her claim or offer specifics, and multiple news outlets subsequently reported that her remarks could be a reference to "QAnon", a conspiracy theory she's tweeted about in the past that alleges Mr. Trump's political opponents are connected to satanism and sex trafficking.

"They were unbelievable", Trump said. "Look at her ratings!" Her humour does not offend Trump though, who telephoned her and congratulated her on her yuuuuuge ratings.

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Conservative talk show hosts are hoping that the resurgent popularity of comedian Roseanne Barr will rub off on them, and are scrambling to book her and her conspiracy theories on their shows for a ratings bump. "That there's a huge market for this should be a gut-check for Hollywood and the mainstream media".

"He talked about jobs, he said he'd shake things up", says Barr in the episode. In Cincinnati, "60 Minutes" on WKRC-TV (Channel 12) drew a 20.2 rating and 32 percent audience share -more than double the combined viewership for network programs on Channels 5, 9 and 19 (9.25 rating).

Like the original "Roseanne" in the 1990s, the show portrays a working class family. The next season of "Roseanne", which will be shown as part of ABC's 2018-19 lineup, is planned at 13 episodes. She is a Trump supporter, as she is in real life, while her sister Jackie Harris, played by Laurie Metcalf, is a Hillary supporter. "Really right wing. I think that is going to be something that people are going to pay more attention to, particularly as the show finds success".

Adding, "I've known him for many years and he's done a lot of nice things for me over the years".

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'The View' Talks Trump's Call to Roseanne Barr: 'He's a Ratings Whore'