Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen

Celebrities suggest new reboots to replace 'Roseanne'

ANI | Updated: May 30, 2018 09:15 IST

New Delhi [India], May 30 (ANI): Following the cancellation of American sitcom 'Roseanne', various celebrities have taken to social media to suggest appropriate replacements of the show.
Taking note of the situation, celebrities such as Charlie Sheen, Kevin Biegel, Zach Braff, and Bryan Fuller suggested the makers to rope in their respective shows and bring them back as reboots.
The 52-year-old wrote, "Adios Roseanne! Good riddance. Hashtag NOT Winning. The runway is now clear for OUR reboot".



Sheen played Charlie Harper, one the leads, in 'Two and a Half Men' for over 12 seasons. The series was one of the most watched and much-loved American sitcoms of all times.
The writer-producer of 'Pushing Daisies', a fantasy mystery comedy-drama television series, wrote, "NOT TO BE OPPORTUNISTIC, BUT IF YOU'RE ITCHING TO FILL THAT #ROSEANNE SLOT WITH ANOTHER FORMER @ABCNetwork SHOW..."



The Primetime Emmy-winner, Zach Braff, shared a meme, hinting at the reboot of his medical comedy-drama 'Scrubs'.
Braff wrote, "When your show got canceled, but you're not racist".



Before this, the 43-year-old had tweeted, "Impressed with ABC. And now it appears they have an open time slot".



Kevin Biegel, the creator of 'Enlisted', addressed the president of ABC Entertainment Group and wrote, "Dear Channing Dungey, Since there's going to be a hole in your schedule next year can we bring back Enlisted? @MikeRoyce and me and the gang can put together a season very quickly! Also we can just hire the entire crew of that show that just went away! Love, Me".



'Enlisted' was a comedy drama based in the background of army.
The move to cancel the 'Roseanne' reboot came from ABC Entertainment Company after Roseanne Barr, the show's creator and titular lead, did some racist tweets against an adviser of former US President, Barack Obama.
The ABC's move was hailed by many, while Barr received some serious flak. (ANI)

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