Roseanne Barr says she 'begged' ABC to save her show

If you're wondering if Netflix might pick up Roseanne the same way they renewed shows like Arrested Development and Longmire, I wouldn't hold out hope.

As most of you know, the network pulled the plug on Roseanne earlier this week, nearly immediately after its star and executive producer, Roseanne Barr, published a racist remark directed at former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.

After Roseanne executive producer Wanda Sykes announced she quit the show over the controversial situation, Gilbert, who also served as an executive producer on the revival, blasted Barr on Twitter.

According to her, ABC will have to make decisions about how to compensate the cast and crew for the 13 scrapped episodes, which could be quite costly considering the show's major stars made between $350,000 to $500,000 per episode.

For the latest on Barr and the show's cancellation, watch below. (Although sources told THR that the conversation never happened and Barr had deleted her tweet).

"I begged Ben Sherwood at ABC 2 let me apologize & make amends".

Rogan, a former UFC commentator and "Fear Factor" host, has not yet confirmed Barr's appearance on his show, but did tell director Kevin Smith that he's spoken to the comedian and he believes she was drunk and on Ambien at the time of her original tweet, backing up Barr's claim. She then proceeded to retweet posts in defense of her. She's not doing well and doesn't want to travel, and she's gone radio silent on me, so I'm just going to step away. "Would you take it back if you could?" the man behind the camera asked.

"The saddest part of all is 4 Jayden Rey on the show whom I grew2 love so much & am so ashamed of myself that she would ever think I do not love her bc she is African-American". I said: I thought she was white, she looks like my family!

She added, "Tomorrow is Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath) and I will continue to pray that everything for everyone goes forward & ends well for all. signing off twitter for a while. love u guys!"

Barr, who had earlier asked God to help her "use this bad experience" to move into a place where she could help the "homeless, battered and hopeless", again apologized and offered "prayers for (the) healing of our divided nation".