Roseanne Barr is bringing back her hit television series "Roseanne" and fans are really curious as to just how she will be able to do this after the series finale revealed Dan Conner was dead.

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As previously reported, "Roseanne'" fans are looking forward to the new reboot that is scheduled to come out sometime in 2018. However, they are confused as to just how the show will work in the very important details revealed on the May 20th, 1997 series finale.

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The popular ABC series first debuted on October 18, 1988, and ran nine seasons.

While fans tuned in each week to share the many Conner family adventures they all admit one thing -- Season 9 was very strange. HND reports that Barr has already figured a way around explaining those details revealed in the last closing minutes of Season 9. She simply has chosen to ignore the season 9 finale details, pretending they never happened at all.

Fans think that this is a great idea in a lot of ways. First of all, in Season 9, Roseanne revealed that she had been writing a book about her family and that the crazy things that she wrote about were fabricated.The Conners did not win the lottery, David and Becky were a couple, Mark and Darlene were together, Jackie was a lesbian, not her mom, and Dan did not survive his heart attack.

What this means for fans of 'Roseanne'

Well, the Conner family is going to ignore the weirdness of the finale and pick up as they should have left off, as a working-class family struggling to get by with laughs and love.

So breathe a sigh of relief Dan Conner lives, and John Goodman will revive his character. But it may have been fun to have him haunt the family as a ghost.

What will be different is that Dan and Roseanne Conner's John Goodman and Roseanne Barr are both a lot thinner than they were in the 80s. Maybe that heart attack scare really did force them to get healthier. Not only are they parents, but now they are also grandparents so it will be interesting to see how that role fits in with the family.

Becky is going to have a tough time, as the character who played her husband Mark, Glen Quinn died from a drug overdose.

What happens with David and Darlene? Did those two crazy kids make it? There is going to be a lot of stuff to address. We are just happy that we will not have to deal with that whole lottery win foolishness and the out-there adventures that were entertained years ago.

As the "Roseanne" theme songs states, "What doesn't kill us is making us stronger." Do you believe the new reboot of "Roseanne" will be stronger with television fans of today?

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