Roseanne Barr is reportedly getting her own YouTube talk show. Since the show won’t be going through any major networks, it’s going to be “unedited and unfiltered.”
Barr’s son, Jake Pentland, confirmed the news to TMZ on July 20. She’s been shooting interviews with friends and family members. Some who have already filmed include Roseanne’s boyfriend, a former Roseanne crew member, and her former campaign manager, Thomas Muhammad.
A clip from one of the episodes dropped today to give an idea of what to expect from the show. In it, Barr yells, “I thought the b*tch was white” while smoking a cigarette, referring to former Barack Obama White House staffer Valerie Jarrett.
The actress infamously got fired from her Roseanne revival show on ABC. The network cancelled the program after Barr compared Jarrett, an African-American woman, to an ape. She later apologized for her tweet, claiming she was on Ambien when she wrote it.
Barr’s new YouTube show doesn’t yet have a name or a premiere date.
See the clip below.