"Oh yeah, they killed her", she said. "It wasn't enough to do what they did to me", said Barr.
Despite her issues, she's resigned herself to her character's end.
Barr also revealed what she thinks about her character being killed off. While appearing Brandon Straka's YouTube channel Walk Away, the ousted star said Roseanne Conner will have died from an opioid overdose.
Fans have been wondering how TV bosses will pick up the show without the comedienne, and now she reveals the TV Roseanne will die after suffering an opioid overdose. "But I was never going to have Roseanne die of an opioid overdose". The series was an instant hit, with ABC renewing it for a second season and Barr claiming President Donald Trump called her to congratulate her.
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ABC announced within weeks of the cancellation that "The Conners" - a new "Roseanne" spinoff series minus Barr - would premiere in the fall. According to Entertainment Weekly, the network did not respond for a comment, so this isn't the official word on Roseanne's fate, but as Barr pointed out they did set up a possible addiction storyline for Roseanne in the first season of the revival.
And while Barr has previously stated she wouldn't "curse" the spinoff, she didn't hold back on her feelings behind ABC's decision to cancel Roseanne and move ahead with The Conners.
Of course, Barr could be wrong, or ABC could still change the storyline before The Conners premiere on October 16.