It's been nearly 10 months since ABC made the highly controversial decision to stop the revival of "Roseanne". Now Roseanne Barr herself becomes open, who blames her for all the agony – co-star Sara Gilbert.
As previously reported, the network has abruptly halted the revival of "Roseanne" after its titular star tweeted a racist remark comparing former Obama presidential adviser Valerie Jarrett to the "Muslim Brotherhood" and the "Planet of the Apes" ,
At this time, Barr apologized and took responsibility for their actions. He explained that one dose of Ambien played a role in the incident. She even agreed to step aside so that a spin-off, The Conners, could take place without her benefiting creatively or financially.
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In an interview with The Washington Post, Barr but recently changed direction. She notes that a tweet by Gilbert, announced 27 minutes before the show's cancellation, is still considered "all destroyed".
"Roseanne's recent comments on Valerie Jarrett and much more are disgusting do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or those associated with our show I'm disappointed with their actions, to say the least." Gilbert's Tweet 
"She has destroyed the show and my life with this tweet," Barr recently said in an interview just before she makes reference to her former co-star. "She'll never get enough until she consumes my liver with a fine Chianti. "
Gilbert's representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for a comment, but gave a brief explanation to The Post about her former TV mother's jab
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"Although I am extremely disappointed and desperate with the release of the original show, she will always be a family and I will always love Roseanne," she said.
Barr revealed that too She still has an ax regarding the making of "The Conners". She claimed to the outlet that she was told by the executive producer of the show, Tom Werner, that she would be a heroine if she signed her rights to the characters and saved the jobs of the people who were released in the wake of the series lifting the revival. She says he told her he would go out and say she was not a racist and would even keep the door open so she could return one day.
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Hopes were disappointed when the Roseanne character was killed in the first episode of the new spinoff by an opioid overdose.