Former "Three & # 39; s Company" star Suzanne Somers charged Roseanne Barr's ABC shot.
"The anti-Trumps have won in this case, but I think the network has lost a lot." Somers told Yahoo Entertainment about Barr's canceled comedy series in a new interview that was released Tuesday.
"The Viewers of the spinoff show were far from what one of the "Roseanne & # 39; shows did," added Somers Network. "Can not sit with that long, unless there's a miracle." [1
Last The episode of "The Conners" – this is the Roseanne Barr-less spin-off of "Roseanne" – has lost about 25 percent of viewers participating in the show's premiere, according to TheWrap.
"The Conners" scored a 1.7 rating and 7.9 million viewers compared to the debut's 2.3 rat and 10.5 million viewers, according to the Hollywood journal, in the The Nielsen statistics were quoted by Nielsen.
ROSEANNE BARR OPENS THE FOLLOWING LEADING OF HER LIFE AT HOME: & # 39; ROSEANNE & # 39;
is extremely unique and she is fearless, "said Somers.
[She] took a position that is very unpopular at the moment, so she hit the eye of the storm … with the 50 percent of the Land, the Trump and 50 percent are not, "added the actress repressed almost 40 years ago by ABC.
In May, Barr was fired by ABC and her show was abruptly quit after she tweeted a comment that was widely seen racist, addressed to former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. After "Roseanne", who had already had a green light for a second season, was pulled out of the network, ABC quickly worked with the remaining members for "The Conners". 19659005 Somers opened for Fox News in December over her famous exit from "Three & # 39; s Company" after she had applied for a salary increase.
"In the sixth year I really did not want to do a lot of feminism, but I think we should all get paid the number of tickets we sell, and I sold more tickets than any other woman on TV," Somers said.
"So why were all the men who did not sell as many tickets as me and I received 10 and 15? Times more?"
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In 2015, the Hollywood Reporter reported that it was time for Season 5 negotiations, Somers wanted to earn $ 150,000 instead of $ 30,000 was equal to what the late John Ritter received on the 1970s hit sitcom, with ABC only offering a $ 5,000 raise.
Stephanie Nolasco and Brian Flood of Fox News wore to this report.