Ready for the return of Rosie?
The former Queen of Nice, who then sort of transformed into the Duchess of Grouchiness, is returning to TV on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network on Monday, Oct. 10. The Rosie Show will air weekdays at 7 p.m. on the network, and will cover “current events, spotlight hometown heroes and newsmakers, showcase the arts, celebrate kids and families, as well as feature well-known and upcoming talent.”
UPDATE: O’Donnell took the stage here at the TV critics press tour, and really won over the tough crowd. (Really!) She explained her new show would only have one celebrity per episode, along with a comedy bit and some kind of game. Asked if the show would be controversial and/or tackle a lot of LBGT issues, O’Donnell said her focus was to be fun and entertaining. She did, however, add: “If we were on in last few months, I’m sure we’d have somebody talking with us about the fascination with the Casey Anthony trial when there are many other children tortured and killed every day.” READ FULL STORY »