Roseanne Barr, best known for her controversial persona and self-titled 1990s sitcom, debuts a new reality show this month about her life on a Hawaiian nut farm — we are not making this up.
The new series, Roseanne’s Nuts, provides an inside look at 58-year-old Barr and her longtime boyfriend Johnny Argent as they operate a 40-acre macadamia and livestock farm located on the Big Island of Hawaii.
According to LA Time’s Mary McNamara, Barr’s new show, which features the outspoken actress donning a a polka dot apron while hunting wild, macadamia nut-thieving pigs, is an “occasionally weird, occasionally hilarious,” and “wickedly fun send-up of the genre, dating all the way to Paris Hilton and The Simple Life.”
The show more than occasionally plays like a satire of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” wrote the LA Times TV Critic.
Catch the season premiere of Roseanne’s Nuts on Lifetime, Wednesday, July 13 at 9pm EST
Watch the sneak peek clip below which shows Roseanne hunting wild pigs: