Gilbert, who starred as Darlene Conner on the original and revived Roseanne along with serving as executive producer behind the just-canceled iteration, is also one of the co-hosts on the morning chat show The Talk.More news: Red Dead Redemption 2 Pre-Order Unlocks War Horse, GTA Online Cash
"I am sad for the people who lost their jobs in the process, however, I do stand behind the decision ABC made", she says to audience applause and the support of her "The Talk" co-hosts. "I will say I'm proud of the show we made", she continued. Shortly after Barr posted the tweet, ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey made the call to cancel "Roseanne". Considering all that's happened, the one thing that Sara and Roseanne most likely agree on is that none of what's happened over the last week is "ok".
Kantar Media says "Roseanne" earned an estimated $45 million in advertising revenue for ABC through its recent nine episode run. "Tomorrow is Shabbat and I will continue to pray that everything for everyone goes forward & ends well for all. signing off twitter for a while. love u guys", she wrote.More news: Rumour: Fallout 76 Release Date Could Be July, According to Leak
After receiving criticism and hearing about the cancellation, Barr apologized but referred to her controversial gesture as a result of "ambien tweeting".
Roseanne Barr waves on her arrival to the 75th Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., Jan. 7, 2018. Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson, Michael Fishman, and Emma Kenney also spoke out against Roseanne's "abhorrent" words, revealing they were shocked and disappointed by the show's cancellation.More news: 'Solo' Had a Really Bad Weekend at the Box Office
Gilbert emphasized she stands by the network's decision to cancel the series. Recently, the star discussed ABC's decision to end the TV show on The Talk, Deadline reports.