Hollywood hates anything outside of their progressive liberal bubble.
The entertainment industry consistently ignores conservative themes because it doesn’t align with the propaganda they want to push on Americans.
But one conservative TV show isn’t only proving just how wrong they are—it might change the face of the industry altogether.
‘Roseanne,’ starring Roseanne Barr and John Goodman, was a ‘90s sitcom about a normal working class American family.
And after a long run, it was time to move on.
But now the revival of the hit show is back and better than ever.
Roseanne’s premiere opened to unprecedented numbers.
Consequence of Sound reported:
“Once it was announced earlier this week that the return of ABC’s Roseanne drew an astounding 18.2 million viewers earlier this week, it was only a matter of time until the inevitable came about.
And sure enough, the network has already renewed the hit revival for a second (technically 11th) season, just as the first season of the revival gets going.
To put it in context, not only was the reboot’s first episode bigger than the final episode from the original series back in 1997, but it was also the highest rated Tuesday telecast in six years.
This proves that hardworking Americans are tired of the constant liberalism being shoved down their throat by the Hollywood elites.
But Roseanne’s sensational ratings for its series premiere wasn’t just a one-off, the following episodes were so successful that Roseanne has become the “Queen of primetime.”
“Roseanne Barr’s rebooted sitcom, Roseanne, once again topped the ratings for Tuesday, earning Barr the title of the queen of primetime.
For the third week in a row, Roseanne topped the primetime ratings charts for Tuesday gaining a 3.4 rating/15 share in the key adults 18-49 demographic and earning 13.5 million total viewers, according to The Wrap.
Still, while the sitcom was the strongest show on Tuesday, the result was down 12.8 percent over the previous week which itself was down 20 percent over the season’s debut.
Despite the slight dip in overall viewers, though, Roseanne has continued to outperform its competition by millions of viewers, making the classic 90’s revival the most viewed scripted series on Tuesdays.
By comparison, The Wrap notes, Fox’s New Girl only earned 2 million viewers and the network’s popular crime drama Lethal Weapon saw a solid 4.1 million eyes tune in.
Meanwhile, NBC’s musical performance competition show The Voice gained 7.7 million viewers.
As for CBS, a re-run of an Elton John musical special earned about 7.1 million viewers.
The success of the show has not only captivated tens of millions of Americans, it has garnered a tremendous amount of praise from President Donald Trump.
So, three weeks into its first re-booted season, Roseanne is still ruling the roost.”
In fact, Roseanne has already been renewed for a second season.
At this rate, they should just extend it for another five seasons because it doesn’t look like this train is stopping any time soon.