The original Roseanne writers, producers and cast members, excluding Barr, will work on the new show.
As a result, the actress said she was shocked when the tweet was not interpreted this way and that people called her racist.
Following a racist tirade which resulted in the cancellation of her show, Roseanne Barr gave her first televised interview to Fox News. "It's been two months and I feel that I have apologized and explained and asked for forgiveness and made recompense".
Fox News host Sean Hannity, 56, scored the TV scoop of the year (so far) on July 26 and we couldn't take our eyes off it. "It was political", Barr told Hannity, addressing Jarrett.
"My kids took it away from me forever", she said.
"I don't suffer from it anymore", Barr said of a multiple personality disorder diagnosis. I never meant that, and for that I apologize.
The entire interview was a lot of rambling, with spots of Barr getting defensive, going off on tangents about Iran, and admitting that when she composed the tweet, she was on Ambien and drinking.
If she's watching, I'm so sorry that you thought I was racist and that you thought that my tweet was racist because it wasn't, it was political.
This is a developing story. "I mean seriously. She needs a good haircut".
Barr also briefly explained a video posted on her YouTube channel earlier this week, in which she yelled her explanation for the Jarrett tweet.
In response to Hannity's questions about her troubled past, Barr also spoke about her history of mental-health issues, and how the part of the brain that makes her a "creative genius" is close to that which causes madness.
Barr insisted on Thursday that her comments were not meant to be racist, but were instead political. Barr insisted she "walked away" from her ABC show instead of admitting she was kicked to the curb. The comedian eventually did, saying that she was sorry for her "ill-worded tweet" and said she would tell Jarrett that she is sorry "that you feel harm and hurt".
ABC has announced it would produce a Roseanne spinoff called The Conners that features John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf and Sara Gilbert.
She said she had not tried to contact Jarrett to apologize personally because she feared being screamed at on the phone. Everyone started saying I was racist, which is the worst thing you can say to a jew especially one who grew up with to always fight extremism.