The star's dominant ways may be tough to handle, according to an insider.
As reported in an article published by to Entertainment Daily, there has been an ongoing drama behind the scenes between the Roseanne Barr and Sara Gilbert due to Barr's 'controlling ways.'
Just last week, it had been declared that ABC had revived the '90s hit TV show Roseanne for one more season when over 29 million viewers tuned in to the Conner family's comeback on the TV.
A source told Radar Online that Gilbert, who portrays the role of Roseanne's daughter, Darlene, and is also an executive producer on the show, is unable to tolerate any of Barr's dominant ways.
The duo was 'going at it' over 'creative differences.'
Gilbert and the entire the cast had to put up with Barr’s behavior for nearly a decade and this time it is no different, according to the source.
They are excited that the show already got picked up for one more season, however they do not understand how they would get through this season if Barr continues to act the manner that she has been in the first installment.
The reports suggest that nothing has changed when it comes to her mannerisms and she is simply as difficult to handle now as she was then.
Besides Barr and Gilbert, the cast members that returned to reprise their roles included John Goodman, who plays Dan, Laurie Metcalf, who plays Jackie, Michael Fishman, who plays DJ and Lecy Goranson, who plays Becky.
Sarah Chalke also made her way into the Roseanne reboot. She played the role of Becky in the original series but now plays a brand new role on the TV show.
The reboot premiered on Tuesday, March 27, and shattered the ratings. It had been reported that over 23 million viewers tuned in to the premiere of the rebooted series.
But when the delayed viewing on DVR and streaming was considered, the overall number of viewers rose to 29.4 million.