ABC reportedly looking to reboot 'Roseanne' with focus on Sara Gilbert


A new report from the Daily Mail showed Barr walking around Salt Lake City (roughly the 900 South area) following the controversy.

Though many readily admit that the tweet can be viewed as racist or is blatantly racist they pointed out that Rosanne apologized immediately without anybody asking her to or at ABC/Disney's suggestion.

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During her show, which will be released to the streaming service on Sunday, Wolf hosted a segment called "Internet Goofs". It looks like if you want some unfiltered Roseanne, Twitter is the only place to find it.

Barr tried to clean up her racist tweet saying: "I believe in one law for all people, I love all people have a nice day".

"I end by offering everyone involved one more apology and prayers for healing of our divided nation".

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Watch the video on the Daily Mail.

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. "A series of tweets she put out on Tuesday that were just so full of racism, conspiracy theories and personal attacks, were described as 'abhorrent bordering on presidential, '" the HBO personality quipped.

"Everyone's been saying it's so fearless of ABC to cancel their biggest hit show", Wolf said. I'd worked doing publicity 4 them 4 free for weeks, traveling, thru bronchitis. He scoffed & said: "what u have done is egregious, and unforgivable.' I begged 4 my crews jobs".

In a statement this week, ABC executives said they would not order the production of season two of the "Roseanne" reboot.

We're told Sara's been calling cast members to gauge their interest in the event ABC gives the reboot the green light.