Roseanne (TV Series)
- Original title
Roseanne (TV Series)
- Running time
- 22 min.
- United States
Roseanne (Creator), Matt Williams (Creator), Gail Mancuso, Andrew D. Weyman, John Pasquin, John Whitesell, Philip Charles MacKenzie, Mark K. Samuels, Ellen Falcon, Gary Halvorson, John Sgueglia, Jeff Margolis, Roseanne
Matt Williams, Roseanne, Amy Sherman-Palladino, Danny Jacobson, Jeff Abugov, Chuck Lorre, Eric Gilliland, Sid Youngers, Rob Ulin, Norma Safford Vela, Don Foster, Joel Madison, Bob Myer, Maxine Lapiduss, Jennifer Heath, Allan Stephan, Betsy Borns, Cynthia Mort, Lawrence Broch, Laurie Gelman, David McFadzean, Brad Isaacs
Dan Foliart, Howard Pearl, W.G. Snuffy Walden
Daniel Flannery, Frank Doll
Roseanne, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Michael Fishman, Sara Gilbert, Alicia Goranson, Sarah Chalke, Tom Arnold, Johnny Galecki, George Clooney, Natalie West, Ned Beatty, Martin Mull, Michael O'Keefe, Cole Roberts, Sandra Bernhard, Adilah Barnes, John McConnell, Shelley Winters, Anne Faulkner, Fred Willard, Danielle Harris, Traci Lords
Wind Dancer Productions, Paramount Television (Broadcast by: American Broadcasting Company (ABC))
TV Series. Comedy. Drama | Family Sitcom
- Synopsis / Plot
- TV Series (1988-1997). 9 Seasons. 221 Episodes. A highly original take on the tired genre of the American family sitcom. At the time, the gold standard was "The Cosby Show" and "Family Ties", both upper-middle class and completely unrealistic. "Roseanne" was the first high-quality sitcom since the Honeymooners to focus on working-class families. This show took the idea of the 80s family show and stood it on its ear. It took risks and chances that other shows were afraid to take, discussing subjects like homosexuality, child abuse, alcoholism, and teenage sexuality not just as one-show ideas, but as recurring themes. And though it wasn't successful all of the time, most of the time it was hilarious. I'd rather see a show take tremendous risks and fail than take the safe course and receive middling success.
: Emmy: 4 Nominations, Including Best Actor (Goodman) and Actress (Barr)
: Emmy: Best Supporting Actress (Laurie Metcalf). 5 Nominations
: Emmy: Best Actress (Barr) and Supporting Actress (Metcalf). 5 Nom.
: Emmy: Best Supporting Actress (Laurie Metcalf). 4 Nominations
: Emmy: Nominated for Best Actor in Comedy Series (John Goodman)
: Emmy: Nominated for Best Actor (John Goodman) and Lighting
: Emmy: 4 Nominations, Including Best Actor in Comedy (John Goodman)
: Golden Globes: Nom. Best supp. actress in Series-Minis.-TV Picture (Metcalf)
: Golden Globes: Nom. Best TV-Series - Comedy/Mus. and Actress (Barr)
: 3 Golden Globes: including Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical. 3 nom.
: Golden Globes: Nom. Best Actress in TV-Series - Comedy/Mus. (Barr)
: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best Actor (Goodman) & Actress (Barr)
: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best Comedy Actor (John Goodman)
: Golden Globes: 3 Nominations including Best Comedy Series
: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Nominated for Best Director in Comedy Series
: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Nominated for Best Screenplay in Episodic Comedy
: Writers Guild of America (WGA): 2 Nominations for Best Screenplay in Episodic Comedy
: Screen Actors Guild (SAG): Nom. Best Actor (Goodman) & Actress (Barr) in a Comedy Series
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