In 2011, she starred in an unscripted TV show, Roseanne's Nuts, that lasted from July to September of that year, about her life on a Hawaiian farm.
In early 2012, Barr announced her candidacy for the presidential nomination of the Green Party.
In August 2011, it was reported that Barr was working on a new sitcom with 20th Century Fox Television tentatively titled Downwardly Mobile.
Steven Greener, who also executive produced her reality show Roseanne's Nuts, will also executive produce the sitcom.
They're the final arbiters." During the first season, Barr sought more creative control over the show, opposing Williams' authority. Barr won an Emmy, a Golden Globe, a Kids Choice Award, and three American Comedy Awards for her part in the show.
Barr refused to say certain lines and eventually walked off set. For the final two seasons, Barr earned million, making her the second-highest-paid woman in show business at the time, after Oprah Winfrey.
Controversy arose when she sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a 1990 nationally aired baseball game in what many perceived as a disrespectful manner, followed by grabbing her crotch and spitting. After her sitcom ended, she launched her own talk show, The Roseanne Show, which aired from 1998 to 2000.
In 2005, she returned to stand-up comedy with a world tour.
In the same interview, Werner said, "I don't think Roseanne, to this day, understands that this is something legislated by the Writers Guild, and it's part of what every show has to deal with.
Although 13 episodes were in production, a hysterectomy brought a premature end to both projects.
She released her first children's DVD, Rockin' with Roseanne: Calling All Kids, that month.
That same year, Barr hosted her own talk show, The Roseanne Show, which ran for two years before it was canceled in 2000.
In the summer of 2003, she took on the dual role of hosting a cooking show called Domestic Goddess and starring in a reality show called The Real Roseanne Show about hosting a cooking show.
On April 15, 2009, Barr made an appearance on Bravo's 2nd Annual A-List Awards in the opening scenes.