SILVER SPRING, Md., Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Roseanne Barr returns in a new season of Investigation Discovery's Momsters: When Moms Go Bad.
According to a press release from the network, "The sophomore season will uncover more tantalizing tales, revealing all new darkly humorous stories and shocking crimes committed by mothers, who would, literally, kill for their children's happiness."
The dark show fittingly returns to ID with eight new 30-minute episodes on Black Friday, Nov. 27 at 10 p.m. Eastern.
According to the release, "Momsters will uncover stories of when desperate moms call for desperate measures, doing anything in their power to ensure the best for their children even if it includes embezzlement, larceny or unruly murder. From the successful lawyer mother to the prison psychologist mama, these ladies are not afraid to cross normal boundaries and get their hands dirty -- or, sometimes, even bloody!"
Momsters: When Moms Go Bad ranked as ID's #1 series in the fourth quarter of 2014 and in the top 3 for 2014 among women ages 18 to 49 and is produced for ID by Sharp Entertainment.
Barr, who is also a judge on Last Comic Standing, was recently in the news when UFC champion Ronda Rousey mentioned in an interview with Maxim that she voted for the comedian in the last presidential election.
"I voted for Roseanne last time," Rousey said. "Mostly I went in to vote for all the state and local things. I was so unimpressed with the whole presidential campaign that I picked whatever third party I saw, and I saw Roseanne and thought, 'That's awesome.' But I'm really pulling for Sanders this time. I hope it works out."