TV fans are highly anticipating the upcoming March 27 return of "Roseanne." There have been a lot of changes in the world over the years and fans are curious to see how the Connor family of 2018 will differ from the Conners of the 90s.

Everything changes, or does it?

The biggest question many "Roseanne" fans are asking is how will the show deal with the 90s series finale death of Dan Conner? Not only is Dan alive and well in the reboot, he also looks pretty different. John Goodman (who plays Dan) has obviously aged, but haven't we all? He has also made a major change to his appearance. In the 90s Dan and Roseanne Connor often made jokes referring to each other's weight issues.

Dan and Roseanne Conner: How they survive in 2018

Both Roseanne Barr and John Goodman are considerably thinner in 2018. Instead of seeing the overweight, 40-50ish Connor family heads, we can expect to see Dan and Roseanne Conner as parents and grandparents in their 60s and still working to make ends meet. They will be there to offer up loads of advice to their children and grandchildren whether they want it or not.

There will be major changes for the Conner kids also. No longer kids, they have all grown and have children of their own. Becky will be working as a waitress. However, her relationship with her TV husband Mark will have to be explained considering the actor who played Mark Healey (played by Glen Quinn) died in 2002 from an opioid overdose.

Darlene has moved back home with her daughter and son after splitting with husband David.

DJ will also be a father, Jerry is now 22, but he will not be in the series' first season return. His absence will be addressed, and, according to Barr, he is off in Alaska working on a fishing boat. Old familiar faces will return. Jackie will be a regular, and there will also be appearances made by Bev, Crystal, Chuck and Ann Marie.

How Dan Conner cheats death

How will Dan's 90s death be explained? The answer is it won't. The series plans on skipping over the event as if it never happened. The show will continue on taking everyday life events and adding humor as the middle-class Conners attempt to navigate this crazy world. All in all the show promises typical Roseanne humor and a weekly visit with one of America's favorite television families. "Roseanne" will return with a special hour-long premiere on Tuesday, March 27, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC, after which, it will air half-hour episodes in its regular time slot on Tuesdays at 8 p.m.