"We get to continue telling our stories and sharing those things that actually have an impact on our lives that all generations can have access to," the actress told Newsweek.
Broderick will have a recurring role on the ABC show.
All of the kids are throwing the Johnson's for a loop on the Season 5 premiere.
"The Conners" will continue to tackle topical issues like drug use, health care and making ends meet.
Just because you don't have access to a TV doesn't mean you can't watch all the shenanigans unfold at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.
Attorney to President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, continued taking shots at special counsel Robert Mueller Sunday, saying it's unlikely Trump ever sits for an interview with Mueller.
ABC isn't the only network with sitcoms about "tight-knit, working class" families.
Barr said she was going to leave Twitter after receiving criticism for her racist rant toward Valerie Jarrett on Tuesday, but it seems the comedian is still actively tweeting.
Fans are suggesting Fox could pick up the series similar to how NBC did when Fox canceled "Brooklyn Nine Nine."
There was a special significance to Dungey bringing down the ax on "Roseanne."