Actress Roseanne Barr has been given a big boost in her bid to make a TV sitcom comeback - network executives at NBC have picked her new show up for broadcast.
The star's reality show Roseanne's Nuts was axed last month (Sep11) due to low ratings but she now has a reason to celebrate after her latest project, Downwardly Mobile, has found a home on air, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The multi-camera sitcom, which is set in a mobile home community, will be written by Barr's longtime boyfriend Johnny Argent and former Roseanne executive producer Eric Gilliland.
Comedienne Barr won numerous awards for her role on the long-running show Roseanne, which was recently declared one of the 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time by TV Guide.