Morning Clicks: 3 Things That Caught My Eye


'Roseanne's' Back!

Earlier this month, a "Roseanne" revival was being shopped to networks, and yesterday ABC revealed that they'd picked it up, after a bidding war with Netflix.

It'll premiere sometime early next year . . . with most of the original cast.  It's expected to be a one-off, eight-episode season, which will revisit the Conner family, roughly 20 years later. 

There's still no word how they plan to handle John Goodman's character, who DIED at the end of the original show.


But they did shed some light into the Becky situation, since the character was played by TWO actresses.  The original Becky Lecy Goranson will play Becky, but Sarah Chalke is also involved, although she'll be playing some other character. 


Apparently, Johnny Galecki (David) was interested, but his name wasn't mentioned, so it's unclear if he'll be able to do it around "The Big Bang Theory".  But Laurie Metcalf (Jackie) and Michael Fishman (D.J.) will be back, alongside stars Roseanne Barr, Sara Gilbert, and John Goodman.


"Roseanne" ran for nine seasons, from 1988 to 1997, also on ABC.



10 Sexiest Male Country Stars of 2017

Taste of Country put out a list of the 10 Sexiest Male Country Stars of 2017.  They based it on talent, personality, charm, and the artist's career trajectory at the moment. Um, okay. But SAM HUNT would've  been #1 regardless.    

Here's the list:


1.  Sam Hunt


2.  Thomas Rhett


3.  Jacob Davis


4.  Jake Owen


5.  Brett Young


6.  Charles Kelley


7.  Kane Brown


8.  Keith Urban


9.   Brett Eldredge


10.  T.J. Osborne (Representing Brothers Osborne.  Sorry, John.)


Two Siblings Accidentally Made Mother's Day Cards With the Same Pun

I love this story! My sister and I have a very similar sense of humor- I could totally see us doing this...

A guy just posted pictures on Reddit of the Mother's Day cards that he and his sister made for their mom, and they BOTH made the exact same pun:  You did a grape job raisin me.

It's especially strange since they didn't talk about the cards they were making . . . and they don't even live in the same city. 



Amy James


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