The comedian formerly known as "the domestic goddess" may be returning to prime time.
Roseanne Barr, whose "Roseanne" is one of TV's most iconic comedies, is developing a comedy for NBC in which she would star. She is working on the project with producer Steven Greener, who worked with Barr in 2011 on the Lifetime reality series "Roseanne's Nuts."
The show marks Barr's second attempt at an NBC series. The network last year passed on her show "Downwardly Mobile," which she had developed and featured her as the proprietor of a mobile home park. The comedy would have reunited her with her "Roseanne" costar John Goodman.
She will also appear in an upcoming three-episode arc on "The Office," playing a talent agent who tries to help Ed Helms' Andy Bernard realize his showbiz dreams.