AceShowbiz - Everyone is so excited when ABC announced the reboot of fan-favorite family comedy "Roseanne" with its original stars returning. However, little do we know that leading lady Roseanne Barr allegedly is not entirely excited for the reboot, which is set to premiere in March.
A source tells Naughty Gossip that Roseanne returned to the set while being "miserable." The source reveals, "Things on set are exactly the same. Roseanne is complaining that she is miserable and being overworked."
The source claims that the 65-year-old actress/comedian, who plays Roseanne Conner on the sitcom, "isn't particularly excited about the return of her show." It is also said it is Sara Gilbert who "put the whole thing together," if not, Roseanne "would be perfectly happy tweeting from the comfort of her home and counting her money."
According to the source, "no one is making a lot of money for this eight-episode return and budgets are being kept very tight." The source continued, "Gone are the days of first class travel and big expense accounts. If the reboot is a big hit don't expect Roseanne to return for another season unless someone writes her a big fat check. She isn't doing this for her health."
The site further stated that Sandra Bernhard, who reprises her role as Nancy Bartlett% on the upcoming reboot, appeared to confirm the report. The actress said that she flew to L.A. in business instead of first class.
Also returning to the revival are John Goodman, Sarah Chalke, Michael Fishman and Laurie Metcalf. Meanwhile, Estelle Parsons, Natalie West, James Pickens, Jr. and Chuck Mitchell are set to guest-star on the series.
"Roseanne" will kick things off with a special hour-long premiere on Tuesday, March 27 at 8 P.M.