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FACT CHECK: Did Roseanne Barr And Michael Richards Start A New Sitcom?

post Share on social media Comedians and actors Roseanne Barr and Michael Richards claim to be creating a new “unwoke” sitcom.

Verdict: False

This claim originates from the satirical media.

Fact check:

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld said in an interview with Bari Weiss that he misses “hegemonic masculinity” but understands that it can be “toxic.” deadline According to reports, Seinfeld said he wanted to be a “real man” and cited Muhammad Ali and Sean Connery as examples of real men.

A Facebook post said Barr and Richards were working on a new show together, and included a photo of both comedians.

The caption reads, “Roseanne Barr and Michael Richards are developing a new non-woke sitcom focusing on traditional values.”

This claim is inaccurate. It originates from satirical news media. ESpotThe article claims that they are now working together due to their disputes with each other.

This website contains: Disclaimer The site includes the following statement that identifies it as a parody: “Our team of writers and editors is dedicated to bringing you the latest and greatest in fake news and absurdity, all with a generous helping of humour and satire.” (Related: Did Fox News Offer Roseanne Barr $1 Billion for a Show to Compete Against 'The View'?)

Additionally, there has been no mention of the project on Barr's social media accounts. Media Account.

Barr has joined the cast of a new “anti-woke” show created by Adam Carolla.According to Burcham, NewsweekThe show will stream on The Daily Wire and feature characters voiced by Rob Riggle, Megyn Kelly and Brett Cooper.

This is not the first time misinformation about Barr has been shared online. Check Your Facts denied claims that Barr and Tim Allen had created a “non-woke” actors' union.

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