When a sudden turn of events alters their lives forever, the Conner family is forced to continue living their daily working-class lives in Lanford in a completely new way.
Dan, Jackie, Darlene, Becky, and D.J. tackle everything from parenthood and financial pressure to dating and unexpected pregnancy. But through all the ups and downs, they always have each other.
History proves that upsetting the dynamics of an established and successful TV show is almost always the first nail in the coffin.
The loss of a principle cast member or a change in location setting or any other aspect which alters what the audience is used to has ended in cancellation of the show 9 times out of 10.
TV shows like The Golden Girls, All In The Family, M*A*S*H* are just a few examples of good shows gone bad.
The original Roseanne (1988-1997) suffered the same fate after the Conner family won the lottery. The last two seasons were terrible.
The 9 episodes that aired of season 10 were awesome and seamless in bridging the 20 year gap. The network wanted to make season 11 and then BOOM!, it was gone.
I probably won't watch The Conner's, it just doesn't seem right without Roseanne. It didn't seem right to watch the Golden Girls without Dorothy and it didn't seem right to watch All In The Family without Mike, Gloria and Edith
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