Less than a week after the restart, Roseanne has been renewed for Season 11. TVLine reported the news on Friday, and given the massive ratings the show reached on Tuesday night, it's not all that surprising. If that's not enough, there's more good news for fans of the Conner family: Season 11 will feature 13 episodes compared to the current nine.
ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey said in a press release on the network's website,
"We are thrilled that America has returned the Conner family to their homes, and the show is as fresh and up to date as it was 21
years ago We can not wait to see what the "Roseannes" team has in store for next year. "
According to this news release, the  Roseanne reboot was the biggest premiere of the entire television season and drew millions from Viewers – 21.869 million average audience, to be exact.
Given the Roseanne reboot approach to politics, including references to the Trump administration, the show receives a split response online – which was only getting tense when it was uncovered this president ent Donald Trump called Roseanne Barr herself to congratulate her on the valuation success. She found it "pretty exciting" and "very sweet" when she was interviewed by Good Morning America even though the Internet expressed its fair share of outrage. (With some reference moments in the past, when Trump did not call people including when he fired Rex Tillerson via Twitter.]
No matter how you feel about the political turn of the One thing is certain: people can not stop talking about the comeback of the show, and all of this buzzing makes the renewal news less shocking, and the hype surrounding the show continues to grow. [More] 19659006] TVLine on YouTube
While Barr has controversial views, she's not the only person involved in the reboot – in fact, many of the original cast members returned for Round Two, bringing with them a range of perspectives and [ThisincludesJohnGoodmanwhosecharacterDanConnerhasdiedinrecentseasonsbutisbackandverymuchaliveHecanbeseeninthecommercialsforthepremieretheseriestakesonthesepartsoftheshowwithacertainself-assuredhumor
The same idea is reflected in the decision to bring back both Beckys. As fans of the original, Lecy Goranson and Sarah Chalke take turns knowing the oldest Conner daughter. And while Goranson plays the actual Becky in the new episodes, Chalke is back as a woman named Andrea, who is allowed to hire Becky as a surrogate. Seeing both actors on screen simultaneously is like the ultimate gift for longtime fans of the show.
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Back to these divergent viewpoints, Sara Gilbert, who plays Darlene, recently spoke with Variety about the show's political approach. She said the publication
Whether there are real changes or not, remains to be seen, but there is no doubt The show has already made people talk. And that will continue when the show returns for a whole other season.