The controversial actress will no longer be welcome at the new show, but her opponents will have their roles to repeat.
American television network ABC News has announced that there will be a Roseanne spin-off will come, which actress Roseanne Barr is not welcome.
The broadcaster brought Thursday to the outside that it is a season of ten episodes commissioned, under the name of the Conners, where the other cast members of Roseanne or in part.
Barr, the mastermind behind the show, will be no financial or creative influence after her dismissal to be a racist statement on Twitter. Therein she called former Obama assistant Valerie Jarett, who is African-American, a ‘monkey’.
“I have much regretted the circumstances which ensure that I am not allowed to work on Roseanne,” he told the 65-year-old actress on Entertainment Tonight. “I have given the green light to the spin-off because I the jobs of 200 people wants to save. I wish the best for everyone who participates.”
Original cast members John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson and Michael Fishman will their roles be repeated in The Conners, that will deal with problems like unexpected pregnancy, in-laws, and financial stress.