Unlike the White House's inauguration turnout estimates, Trump got the viewership numbers correct: 18.2 million people tuned into ABC Tuesday night, 10 percent more than for the "Roseanne" series finale 21 years ago. "I've known him for many years, and he's done a lot of nice things for me ... it was just a friendly conversation about working and television and ratings". "We can't wait to see what the "Roseanne" team has in store for next year", Channing Dungey, president, ABC Entertainment, said.
"He talked about jobs, Jackie", Roseanne said. After the first day of playback, Roseanne shot up to a 6.24 rating in Adults 18-49, adding more than 1.0 rating point and over 20% to its Adult 18-49 Live + Same Day number.
In an election, people can vote for who they want anonymously - there is no personal brand you need to think about protecting when you throw the lever in a voting booth.
This will officially be Roseanne's 11 season but the reboot's second.
Trump seized on its ratings during a speech Thursday in Richfield, Ohio, that was to be about infrastructure but hopscotched through other topics.
Earlier this week, President Donald Trump wrapped himself in the "Roseanne" ratings news.
"The "Roseanne" narrative has gotten out of control", former Amazon Studios executive Matthew Ball tweeted.
Trump is hopeful, but some skeptical ahead of US-North Korea talks
Beijing has over the years backed United Nations sanctions against Pyongyang over its nuclear and missile tests. Upon taking office past year , Trump was confronted with increasingly reckless behavior from North Korea.
The source described ABC's view of the ratings victory, citing many other reasons why the reboot clicked: "Wickedly amusing".
The outsize ratings success of the first episode could also help reverse a dry spell: ABC has been stuck in last place among the four major broadcast networks for each of the last two seasons.
"We talked about a lot of things. That's been something we've been really looking at with eyes open since that time". They haven't figured it out yet; the fake news hasn't quite figured it out yet. It portrays the fictional Conner family of IL.
During the revival's debut, we learn that D.J. has just returned from a three-month tour in Syria with the U.S. Army, while his wife, Geena, remains oversees.
Conservative radio host Ben Shapiro, on the other hand, said the show fails to represent Trump voters because it "recasts Trump voters as social Leftists who just disagree about economics".