Roseanne went from signing a deal for a second season on her reboot to losing the entire show in a very short time. The cancellation came from a racist tweet the comedian put out earlier this week costing her and her entire crew their jobs. Roseanne would later apologize on Twitter saying "I apologize to Valerie Jarrett and to all Americans. I am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks. I should have known better. Forgive me-my joke was in bad taste" but it was to late too save the show on ABC.

Now it appears that there's a chance we might see yet again another Roseanne comeback. Rumors went all over social media that Fox might bring the show to their network but that so far doesn't appear to be true. While the mainstream channels seem to not want to touch the show there's a new streaming service saying they're interested.

The new streaming service is called Bond and they've told news sources that they're reaching out to the stars of the show about working together. We will have to wait and see especially since Bond is still in the launching stages of their service.