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The Conners Return to Confront the Coronavirus – The New York Times

This ABC sitcom has dealt with real-world challenges since its earliest days as “Roseanne.” In its new season, those include the pandemic and its fallout.



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Gilbert said the series will not dwell on the darkest parts of the pandemic People get that on the news every day, she said but that the show, which is set in the current moment, will reflect real-world events. The second episode of the season airs Oct. 28, six nights before Election Day and three nights before Halloween. She said the Conners will celebrate their favorite holiday with some in-home trick-or-treating and that politics may come up.
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