ABC to dial back political dialogue in season 2 of ‘Roseanne’

ABC’s “Roseanne” is one of the few popular television programs to feature a pro-Trump character, but conservatives shouldn’t get used to seeing similar ideology on the sitcom for much longer.

ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey put the kibosh on “Roseanne” remaining political in the second season – apparently ditching the strategy the network touted only two months ago.

Dungey said that the show will lean away from politics next season during a conference call with reporters as part of the network’s upfront presentation. Upon learning the news, conservative media icon Matt Drudge tweeted, “Corporate cannibals stripping Roseanne of her fun.”


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  1. Even the democrats and media is speaking the same way. That should tell you that they see this country is bursting at the seams and are still stupid enough to think it’s because of the show they’re putting on. Dialing back anything at this point won’t work without some type of action and compromise. There’s a couple million people I’m this country who are entirely happy with how things are. The other 300 plus million are frustrated, tired and work out and will do anything to change that future for their kids. Am I the only one who sees what a journal this media and facebook and government bullshit is? It’s like a manic trick where you already know the secret I don’t mind if you play along for the cameras but don’t you dare act surprised.

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