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Roseanne Barr says 'of course I want to do' a 'Roseanne' reboot

FILE PHOTO: Actress Rosanne Barr arrives for the taping of the Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne in Los Angeles, U.S., August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Phil McCarten/File Photo - RTS14E2M

FILE PHOTO: Actress Rosanne Barr arrives for the taping of the Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne in Los Angeles, U.S., August 4, 2012. REUTERS/Phil McCarten/File Photo - RTS14E2M

Can't have a "Roseanne" reboot without Roseanne!

Roseanne Barr took to Twitter on Saturday to update fans after reports circulated that a Roseanne revival was in the works.

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"I will let you guys know when/if there is to be a reboot of Roseanne," she tweeted, adding, "Of course I want to do a reboot of Roseanne-new political reality in our country will make for some great jokes!"

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A source confirmed to ET on Friday that a revival of the hit '90s sitcom was still in early discussions, but should the deal close, Roseanne's on-screen husband, John Goodman, would be a part of it. Also reportedly returning for the reboot is Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf and other original cast members.

According to Deadline, the eight-episode revival will be executive produced by the original series' executive producers Barr, Tom Werner and Bruce Helford, with Gilbert and Whitney Cummings also on board to produce. ABC (Roseanne's original network) and Netflix (which has found success with reboots like "Fuller House," "Arrested Development" and "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life") are reportedly both bidding on the project.