Roseanne (1988 - 2018)



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A loving but imperfect working-class family led by its `domestic goddess' mother was the basis of this classic, long-running sitcom. Issue-oriented storylines and its identifiable blue-collar characters made this the antithesis of the traditional warm-and-fuzzy family sitcom, and the success of its stand-up star inspired other comics (including Jerry Seinfeld and Tim Allen) to launch their own shows. Inexplicably snubbed for too many years by the Emmys, the series won a Peabody Award in 1993.

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Critics Consensus: Roseanne's return finds the show's classic format, original cast, and timely humor intact, even if the latest batch of episodes suffers from sporadically uneven execution.

2018, ABC, 9 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Conners gain riches while Roseanne goes to rags in an incalculably ill-judged final season that trades the blue collar heart of the series in exchange for a series of outlandish wish-fulfillment.

1996, ABC, 25 episodes

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1995, ABC, 25 episodes

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1994, ABC, 26 episodes

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1993, ABC, 25 episodes

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1992, ABC, 25 episodes

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1991, ABC, 25 episodes

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1990, ABC, 25 episodes

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1989, ABC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: Roseanne returns a welcome, distinct voice to the sitcom landscape with edgy, biting humor and a strong undercurrent of familial warmth.

1988, ABC, 23 episodes


Roseanne Barr
as Roseanne Conner
John Goodman
as Dan Conner
Sara Gilbert
as Darlene Conner
Alicia Goranson
as Becky Conner
Michael Fishman
as D.J. Conner
Sarah Chalke
as Becky Conner Healy
Laurie Metcalf
as Jackie Harris
Glenn Quinn
as Mark Healy
Johnny Galecki
as David Healy
Estelle Parsons
as Bev Harris
Natalie West
as Crystal Anderson Conner
George Clooney
as Booker Brooks
Ned Beatty
as Ed Conner
Martin Mull
as Leon Carp
Sandra Bernhard
as Nancy Bartlett
Adilah Barnes
as Anne-Marie
Dann Florek
as Principal
Colleen Camp
as Secretary
Bob Hope
as Himself
Leonardo DiCaprio
as Darlene's Classmate
Edward Asner
as Lou Grant
Igbal Theba
as Dr. Bakshi
Mara Hobel
as Charlotte
Matt Roth
as Jackie's Beau
John Randolph
as Roseanne's Dad
Tony Crane
as Johnny
Eileen Davies
as Instructor
Heather Matarazzo
as D.J.'s Friend
Phil Leeds
as Jeffrey
Stan Freberg
as Mr. Parkin
Todd Oldham
as Himself
John Walter Davis
as Coach Graham
Mike Hoover
as Elvis impersonator
Steve Kramer
as Roger's father
Thomas Kopache
as Donald Bobeck
Robert Clohessy
as Christian/Al
Norm Crosby
as Rev. Crosley
James Brolin
as Edgar Wellman Jr.
Sally Kirkland
as Mrs. Healy
Andrea Walter
as Chip's Mom
Mary Kay Adams
as Mrs. Barnes
Mark Blum
as Mike Summers
Judith Jordan
as Secretary
Mark Carlton
as Sgt. Wilcox
Kathleen Freeman
as Seaweed Attendant
Joe Keyes
as Customer
Lois Bromfield
as Alice Thurber
Iqbal Theba
as Dr. Bakshi
Jack Blessing
as Cyrano/Phil
Bob Rubin
as Avalon
Fred Asparagus
as Jerry Garcia
Jana Robbins
as Dr. Walker
Jonathan Emerson
as Yoga Instructor
Robert Harper
as Chip's Dad
Marilyn Rockafellow
as Mrs. Hamilton
Veronica Bach
as Mrs. Tate
Zoaunne LeRoy
as Waitress
Sara Rue
as Teenage Roseanne
Ed Begley Jr.
as Mr. Alexander
Bob Fuller
as Stewart
Alex Cole
as Prisoner
Jeff Corey
as Salesman
J.J. Johnston
as Jay Bryant
James Le Gros
as Mr. Schlosser
Gary Bayer
as Attleroy
Debra Mooney
as Mrs. Wellman
Danny Gans
as Wayne Impersonator
Jon Polito
as Mr. Russo
Dot-Marie Jones
as Black Widow
Nancy Fish
as Claire
Abraham Benrubi
as Teenage Dan
David Strickland
as Off. Gumer
Chris Kinchla
as Band Member
C.D. Labove
as Leonard
Deborah Mooney
as Mrs. Wellman
Ames McNamara
as Mark Conner-Healy
Lance Davis
as Justice
Edie McClurg
as Harriet
Rob Elk
as Joel
Riff Regan
as Checker
Lisa Banes
as Mrs. Simms
Tiny Tim
as Himself
Judy Prescott
as Miss Crane
Paco Vela
as Emilio
as Himself
Bob Sheehan
as Band Member
Richard Paul
as Billington
Pat Bullard
as Deliveryman
Brendan Hill
as Band Member
Alexis Arquette
as Transvestite
Teresa Barnwell
as Hillary Clinton
Jayden Rey
as Mary Conner
Michael F. Hoover
as Elvis Impersonator
Nigel Gibbs
as Dr. Foster
Tammy Faye Messner
as Make-up Artist
Zoe Perry
as Little Jackie
Robert Woods
as Himself
Romie Talton
as Mose's Son
Emma Kenney
as Harris Healy
Kevin Dunigan
as Policeman
Jim Turner
as Mr. Mehlman
Biff Wiff
as Tyler
Joshua Rifkind
as Becky's Boss
Robin Greer
as Customers
Peggy Mannix
as Passenger
Erick Avari
as Prince's Assistant
as Diana Ross
Charlie Hill
as D.J.'s Teacher
Ron House
as Werner
D'Anne Jo Avner
as Dr. Dixon's Nurse
Cynthia Orthal
as Mrs. Holmes
Jeff Williams
as Dr. Rucker
Murray Rubin
as Bandleader
Diane Dorsey
as Customer
David Dunard
as Sgt. Dixon
Valerie Jean Miller
as Stage Manager
David Sage
as Priest
David Wells
as Protester
Carlease Burke
as Policewoman
John Farley
as Customer
Neil Patrick Harris
as Dr. Doogie Howser
Lee Arenberg
as Ghost of Halloween Past
Joyce Guy
as Nurse
Diana Castle
as Sally's Mom
Mickey Robins
as Deliveryman
Lewis Dix Jr.
as Mr. Williams
Miriam Parrish
as David's Date
Leslie Upson
as Sales Clerk
Mariel Hemingway
as Nancy's Girlfriend
Mario Roccuzzo
as Ghost of Halloween Present
Rob Camilletti
as Deliveryman
Gary Bullock
as Ghost of Halloween Future
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