The conners was even more popular among conservative viewers than the Roseanne restart, according to a study.
A new report states that the following Tuesday premiere of the Roseanne The split and self-identified conservatives drove 29 percent of the comments from social networks about the program.
According to Blast Media, that's 10 percent higher than what Roseanne Revival pulled earlier this year. The data was collected during the 24 hours after the premiere.
Throughout, The conners It was the most discussed new program on social networks this fall, with approximately 97,928 mentions.
It should not be surprising that the program has had a good follow-up with the conservatives. After the Roseanne The premiere of Revival had an impressive 18.2 million viewers, even more than the end of the original program 21 years ago, President Donald Trump, who is known to closely monitor the performance of a television show, called Roseanne Barr to congratulate her personally.
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"It was very exciting, I'll tell you," the 65-year-old actress said during a call to Good morning america at the time. "They said:" Please wait for the president of the United States of America "and that was the most exciting of all, and it was very sweet of him to congratulate us.
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ABC canceled Roseanne after Barr published a racist tweet about a former Obama adviser, creating The conners without the participation of the controversial comedian. (His character died of an overdose of opioids in the first episode).
But while the new show turned out to be popular with conservatives, The conners did not come close to the premiere ratings of his predecessor.
The first premiere aired 10.5 million viewers, almost 8 million fewer than when Roseanne I returned on ABC at the beginning of last March.
The connors It airs on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.