The Roseanne revival keeps chug-chug-chugging along, despite hiccups like dead main characters, too many Beckys, and the main protagonist’s love of our nightmare president. The reboot is actually following the next generation of the Connors, which means we need fresh blood. Welcome Emma Kenney of Shameless to a new…
When ABC broadcast the series finale of Roseanne in 1997, it seemed pretty clear that John Goodman’s character, Dan Conner, was—and hope I’m not spoiling anything here—dead. So when it was reported in May that the series had been greenlit for an eight-episode reboot, well, it raised some questions.
A Roseanne revival was confirmed in mid-May, causing many to ask, “Who is playing Becky?” and, “Will the show reflect Roseanne Barr’s political beliefs?”
ABC has confirmed that the rumored Roseanne reboot has been greenlit for an eight-episode run to begin next year. Deadline reports that John Goodman has been cast to return, which maybe means that Dan didn’t die after all, as was revealed on the series finale. Or maybe Dan is dead and he’s just...come back, as they…
Today, Kate Middleton is “guest-editing” HuffPo UK. She’s not the first and God knows she won’t be the last celebrity to turn her hand to gratis editorial work.
Can you remember the last time you saw Dolly Parton wear a sleeveless dress or strapless gown? It's been decades. That's because the country singer is covered in tattoos, which she's been weirdly secretive about. But we found some photographic evidence!
Roseanne Barr, comedy pioneer and Jezebel's number one fan, reconnected with an old flame on Twitter last night. Sadly, it was not the romantic reunion that it could have been.
Earlier today, Lindy read aloud some of the horrific comments she received after appearing on Totally Biased to debate rape jokes in comedy. The comments are disturbing to say the least, and lots of funny, smart people came to Lindy's defense, with one notable exception. The shocking voice of dissent? Roseanne Barr.
The red carpet for Roseanne's Comedy Central Roast wasn't red at all, but the textured, cheap, crappy brown carpet popularized in the late '70s/early '80s. With a front door entrance, hanging coats and twood paneling and wallpaper, the entire step-and-repeat was styled after the infamous living room from Roseanne.…
English tabloid editors have tipped their bowler hats at their US counterparts by printing some of the best erotic fan fiction we've seen for some time – a breathless blow-by-blow account of Prince Harry's plan to woo Katy Perry by pushing to have her play at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. "Harry has a double reason for…
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Kathy Griffin gives Piers Morgan a hard time, Colleen Camp is ornery, and Anderson Cooper takes aim at Chris Brown.
Today in Tweet Beat, Roseanne has a very interesting platform for her potential political career. Plus, Eli Roth has a painful flashback of his deadly run in with a sea urchin.
Today in Tweet Beat, Aubrey O'Day wants to know what you would say if you had the world's attention. Plus, Roseanne goes on a bizarre "No Fat Chicks" tirade.
Today in Tweet Beat, everyone from the Kardashians to the Real Housewives have an opinion on Casey Anthony's acquittal.
Today in Tweet Beat, Hugh Hefner's ex Holly Madison is not upset about his recent breakup. Plus, Hef gets tons of other celebrity proposals.
Today in Tweet Beat, Anthony Weiner's press conference has everybody talking. Plus, Chris Brown reminds you that he's an adult, in case you forgot based on his behavior.
Today in Tweet Beat, the infamous Long Island Lolita has bowed out of the adult entertainment industry with the help of Dr. Drew. Plus, take a look at Jonah Hill's child glamor shots.
Today in Tweet Beat, celebs like Stephen Baldwin, Candace Cameron and Ice-T figure out their plans for when the world ends tomorrow.
Newsweek points out that a theme of this last season of her show has been Oprah mending fences with famous friends with whom she was feuding, like Roseanne, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O'Donnell, and Iyanla Vanzant. Burying hatchets on air seems to play into Oprah's style in that it's at once educational and riveting TV:…
Y'know, they don't call us "viewers" for nothing. When you change a major element of a show, we notice. The latest: Cougar Town's creator has reportedly said that he might change that show's awful title. Okay, now it's getting insulting.