Like Tiger Woods “Ambien drove,” Roseanne Barr tells Dr. Mehmet Oz, she “Ambien eats.” But even the ex- Roseanne star concedes that tweeting is not an Ambien side effect. In this teaser for Barr’s appearance next Tuesday on the season premiere of The Dr. Oz Show , Oz asks Barr about her use of the sleep aid, which Barr once blamed for the racist tweet that led ABC to cancel the hit Roseanne . The quick clip doesn’t suggest that Barr is holding on to that excuse – she merely…
In today’s roundup, ABC reveals photos from “The Conners,” and the second group of presenters for the 70th Emmy Awards has been announced. FIRST LOOKS ABC has released photos from the first taping of the network’s new comedy series “The Conners.” In the premiere episode, “Keep on Truckin’,” a sudden turn of events forces the […]
Roseanne Barr's daughter Jennifer Pentland has said that she's received threats following the controversial tweets that got her mother fired.
Roseanne Barr's show was canceled after she wrote a tweet making a "Planet of the Apes" reference about the former Obama adviser. Now she's saying she didn't know Valerie Jarrett was black.
Roseanne Barr said over the weekend she was preparing for her first TV interview since being fired by ABC over a racist tweet, but now the actress says those plans have changed. “After a lot of thought, I decided that I won’t be doing any TV interviews, too stressful & untrustworthy 4 me & my fans,” the comedian wrote on Twitter Monday night. The shift in plans comes a day after Barr promised that a formal announcement about her first on-camera sit-down would come on Monday.
About a month ago, filmmaker Michael Moore teased that he was working on a “secret project” and name-checked Donald Trump and Roseanne Barr. Tonight on CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert , the Oscar winner unveiled the title of his movie and offered a few details. The film will be called Farenheit 11/9 , which is, of course, a reference to the 2016 election day that saw Donald Trump elected president in what was widely regarded as an upset, at least in the mainstream…
Fans are now calling for a spin-off series led by John Goodman's Dan Connor and Laurie Metcalf's Jackie Harris, Roseanne's on-screen sister.
To say the finale of The Brittas Empire felt like a bit of a cop-out is to understate the matter somewhat. Original writers Andrew Norriss and Richard Fegen left after five series, but it carried on for a further two, winding up with the insane episode ‘The Curse of the Tiger Women’. After leisure centre manager Gordon Brittas (Chris Barrie) is cursed by a gypsy, things get apocalyptic when people start dying after eating his food.