The critics have delivered their verdict, and Roseanne Barr’s comedic talent is undeniable. “The most uproarious show I’ve seen in ages,” declared DKT Entertainment Editor Joe Barron. “Roseanne brings a refreshing energy to the screen.”
Fox Entertainment concurs, sealing a lucrative 3-year, $40 million deal with the actress and comedian to host a morning program, competing directly against “The View.” FOX Entertainment CEO Art Tubolls expressed unwavering confidence in their decision to bring her on board:
“Her standup sealed the deal for us. It was a revelation, the finest performance we’ve witnessed in ages.”
Roseanne’s routine touched on provocative topics such as “my children are libtards” and “my parents tried to set me up with my cousin, but that’s okay because everyone’s parents did that.” Few comedians possess the skill to simultaneously discomfort an entire audience while cleverly reeling them back in with a poignant punchline about resilience.
When polled, some viewers shared their impressions. MerrianNbob Mitchell commented, “We attempted to watch. But the platform required us to download an app and pay $5.99. We’ll wait for it to air on cable.”
Regrettably, it’s unlikely to air on traditional networks due to its divisive nature. In reality, it’s rather cringe-worthy, akin to Gina Carano’s ill-received film ventures.
Rumors suggest Roseanne is contemplating inviting the recently dismissed Gina Carano to join her panel, adding an intriguing dynamic to the show. God Bless America.