ABC announced this afternoon it was renewing "Roseanne" for a second season - or 11th season, depending on your math. ABC says the premiere added another point to its 18-49 rating and 3.4 million viewers with a single day of delayed viewing.
The revival has also drawn critical raves, with The New York Times calling it "feisty and funny" and The Wall Street Journal writing that "Roseanne" is "sparkling".
"[Trump] called Roseanne to congratulate her because, you know, he's a ratings whore, you know that".
Not only is the show a rare depiction of working-class life on USA television, but also of Donald Trump supporters, who have been largely ignored by Hollywood. "I't known him for many decades, and he's done a good deal of nice items for me personally ... it had been just an agreeable dialog regarding running and ratings and television". "She got me into a treatment center, and I detoxed there and decided I liked the feeling".
"I thought it was actually a really pitch-perfect take on what a lot of real Trump supporters feel", McCain said, explaining that the show takes up the same issues that Trump has focused on during his presidency, including jobs and the economy.
Meanwhile, the show's matriarch, Roseanne Barr, triumphantly tweeted Thursday that President Donald Trump gave her a personal call of congratulations on the episode's skyrocketed ratings. "I was flying on the day of the premiere and I was kind of watching the clock and I was like 'Oh it's coming on in NY, oh it's coming on in Chicago, '" the 43-year-old recalled. "Roseanne" is part of a broader strategy hatched by the network's executives soon after Trump's surprise win in 2016.
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