"Roseanne" fans can officially look forward to a new eight-episode Reboot of the popular sitcom. Roseanne Barr has confirmed that the "Roseanne" reboot is in the works, according to Pop Sugar reports. The latest Television revival is currently being shopped around to a variety of television networks, but originally aired on ABC from October 18, 1988, to May 20, 1997.

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The series has confirmed that several key cast members, including Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, and Sara Gilbert will be reprising their roles, with other cast members potentially returning as well. The revival is being executive-produced by the original series’ EP's Tom Werner, Barr, and Bruce Helford.

It will be interesting to see where this latest television revival will land, with many wondering if the popular streaming network Netflix will adding the series to their growing lineup of classic sitcom reboot that includes "Full House," "One Day at a Time," and "Gilmore Girls."

The Conners have a lot of explaining to do in 2017 reboot

The series centered around working class family, the Conners, who used humor while touching on real American family issues. Their struggles included lost jobs, failed businesses, utilities being cut off, major family relationship issues, among others. In the original series finale, Roseanne revealed that the family moments portrayed in the series were fictional, written by Roseanne Conner to help her cope with actual family realities.

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During the last episode, viewers discovered that Dan's heart attack in Season 8 was actually fatal, and the family did not win the lottery.

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Fans also learned that Roseanne's sister Jackie is a lesbian, and mom Beverly is straight. Another huge show difference is that Mark and Darlene were actually a couple all along, and it was David and Becky who were together.

Fans are also wondering if David (played by David Galecki of the "Big Bang Theory") will be returning, and how they will explain Dan's return and the real life losses of Mark Healey, played by actor Glenn Quinn who died in 2002 following a reported heroin overdose. May 20th, 2017 will mark the 20th anniversary of the finale of "Roseanne." In 2009, Barr shared on her website ideas she had for a possible revival, though it's not known if these are potential episode spoilers at this time or not.

Ideas telling the story of Dan returning after faking his death, Roseanne and Jackie's new medical marijuana dispensary, DJ being a published author, David leaving Darlene for another woman, Darlene coming out, Becky working at Walmart, and Jerry and Roseanne, and Dan's grandsons forming a boy band are just a few of the ideas.

It's also not known when fans can expect to see the upcoming "Roseanne" reboot, but if Barr's ideas prove true, it certainly sounds as if it will be as equally entertaining as the original.

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