Here's Your Joyful First Look At The 'Roseanne' Revival


We can see in the photo above that the cast and crew are having fun and laughing.

The gang is all back together.

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The official Twitter account for Roseanne has shared the first behind-the-scenes images for the upcoming revival, which features the cast at a table read on set in the Conner household.

The show ran for nine years until 1997, which means it's been 20 years since when the series finished to the start of this new one.

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In addition to original cast members Roseanne Barr, Laurie Metcalf, Michael Fishman, Sarah Gilbert and both Beckys ― Lecy Goranson and Sarah ChalkeJohn Goodman is also pictured, confirming that the revival will indeed ignore his character's series finale death. Despite some fresh faces on Roseanne, don't expect things to change too much - the original show's executive producers Barr, Tom Werner, and Bruce Helford are all working on the project (as well as Whitney Cummings, who is acting as corunner). The photo also revealed that the premiere episode will be titled "Twenty Years To Life". The Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki, who played Darlene's boyfriend David. In August, ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey told reporters at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour that talks to bring back the actor are "ongoing". "We're still at the early stages", Dungey stated at the time.

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