It’s been four years since Roseanne Barr went on a racist rant in response to “too many drugs.” Following her assertion that an Obama administration aide looked like a “Muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes had a baby,” she was removed from the revival series, and she had to deal with the fallout of being canceled by the nation as a whole – but Roseanne Barr is returning now, with a Fox Nation comedy special that will allow her to rejoin the silver screen for right-wingers to rejoice.

In 2023, Fox Nation will broadcast a one-hour comedy special by Barr, 69. This is happening quite soon for those of you who are counting down the days to the new year.

According to Barr, she will star in and produce her next A Roseanne Comedy Special, where “no subjects [will be] off limits” for the Fox Nation host when it comes to the American public. Barr is notorious for his or her views that border on racism and for appealing to typical American conservatives.

“Roseanne is a comedy icon whose humor connects with the American audience like no other,” the president of Fox Nation, Jason Klarman, stated. “Her ability to channel the challenges of everyday people and find the humor in all has earned her the passionate following of millions of dedicated fans.”

In addition to the comedian, Barr, 69 years old, Sharon Osbourne will also host a four-part series appearing first on the conservative platform of Fox Nation. It is set to air on September 26th of next year. Evidently, Fox Nation is attempting to increase its viewership by asking well-known celebrities with tainted pasts to come out and show their faces again to gain national attention.

When Roseanne was fired from ABC for a racist tweet, she claimed that she had no idea Obama’s assistant was Black. She also said she should not be held responsible for what she said because she composed her contentious message while under the influence of a sleeping pill. When Roseanne posted the incriminating words, she was abusing Ambien and attempting to stay awake on the drug in order to gain followers on Twitter.

“When it happened, it was like I thought I was gonna lose my life,” she said. “It was devastating and horrible and is unprecedented too that they would do that to me.”

She also backed then GOP nominee Donald Trump, which she believes led to her not being invited back on ABC.

“All of Hollywood, they just hate him, and they hate those of us who like him. There is no way around it. So, yeah, I think they took me off because I liked him, and I like him because I’m a Jew, and he likes Israel,” Barr stated.