“I AIN’T DEAD, BITCHES!!!!” the actress and comedian tweeted before releasing a longer statement.
A critic who's never watched "Roseanne" attempts to make sense of a reboot that can't quite shake the ghost of its namesake.
"Roseanne" was canceled earlier this year after Barr posted a series of racist and insensitive tweets. Now it returns with her exit.
ABC canceled "Roseanne" after Barr made racist comments about former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett.
The 65-year-old comedian also revealed that her friends told her she “made a fatal mistake” by apologizing to Valerie Jarrett.
Barr's character will apparently be killed off in "The Conners" to explain her absence.
The president may not be invited to Sen. John McCain's funeral, but he would likely be welcome here.
The "Last Man Standing" star stopped short of defending his fellow Hollywood conservative, but saved some sauce for a "things you can't say" rant.
Roseanne Barr offers a new “explanation” of her racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.
The comedian suggested that the spinoff cast someone else as a Roseanne replacement.
"We can't even take a joke anymore," he said in a red carpet interview.
The disgraced sitcom star had an active night on Twitter.
Whitney Cummings left the show months before ABC pulled the plug.
The "Roseanne" actress and executive producer said she's still "proud of the show we made."
ABC knew Barr's history of controversial behavior, the comedian added.
A new venture would involve complicated rights — and possible lawsuits.
Few who watched the show told a new poll they'd tuned in for political reasons.