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'Roseanne' Star Opens Up About The 'Nervous Breakdowns' She Had While Filming The Popular Sitcom

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Watching Roseanne was basically a requirement for all families in the 80s and 90s. The Conners were the family that we all became obsessed with because their portrayal of a working-class family actually felt real to us.

It always felt like you could go knock on your neighbor's house, and they would be going through the same things that the Conners were dealing with. It was grounded in reality, yet groundbreaking in popularity.

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The show ran for 9 seasons, winning many awards over the years, including Emmys, Golden Globes, and Screen Actor's Guild Awards. The show seemed to have been nominated basically every year it was out, and the ratings stayed high for basically the entire run.

With every show from our childhood's being given a reboot or a reunion, it was only a matter of time before it was Roseanne's turn.

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We've all been anticipating the release of the new tenth season that is coming out, but before it is released, Roseanne Barr has taken some time to speak up about what it was like to actually be a part of one of the most successful sitcoms in history, and it's not as positive as you'd expect...

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