Conner family returns again to continue their daily comedy life after stopping for many years. Although she struggles at her life Darlene lost her job and asked Becky to help her with money for her two children. The relationship between Roseanne and Jackie gets more complex.
They're on the nose. They're reductive. They're easy. They conflate partisanship with politics writ large. They suggest an American political situation that is a matter of performance and personality rather than of systemic crisis.
If you were a fan of the original, it won't be a hard sell for you to comfortably enjoy it a second time around. If you're just discovering Roseanne for the first time, it will just feel comfortable. It's exactly the reboot that 2018 America needs.