The Conners Show Will Be Roseanne Without Roseanne Barr And It Looks Depressing

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The Conners Show Will Be Roseanne Without Roseanne Barr And It Looks Depressing

The Roseanne theme song starts with, “If what doesn’t kill us is making us stronger, we’re gonna last longer,” which was a source of inspiration for the Conner gang until Roseanne Barr tweeted out racist remarks about former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett and got herself killed off the show. But the once-cancelled series is back, billed as The Conners, with a new premise: What is life like after Roseanne?

The first episode of the new series, entitled “Keep on Truckin’,” has a short synopsis listed on ABC’s site:

A sudden turn of events forces the Conners to face the daily struggles of life in Lanford in a way they never have before.

In the final episode of the Roseanne revival, Roseanne was headed in for major knee surgery. Most assumed that she would die, which was all but confirmed when John Goodman, who plays her husband Dan, slipped in an interview and said, “I guess he’ll be mopey and sad because his wife’s dead.”

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Welp. There’s that.

As for her death, most people assume it will come after complications from knee surgery. Other, less popular theories suggest that a stage collapses at a MAGA rally. Okay, that’s just my theory. The images posted on ABC suggest that while the family takes the news hard, the Conners keep doing their thing because what else can you do when your show has been cancelled, un-cancelled, rewritten, and shot in a single summer?

Leading up to the photo reveal, ABC has released a series of set videos from The Conners Twitter account with “Anticipation” playing in the background.

No matter how she died there’s one question still remaining: Did what killed Roseanne make The Conners stronger?

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