The cancellation caps off a bad period of press for the actor.
Comedy centered on a divorced couple co-parenting their kids.
“Our hearts are with all those impacted,” a spokesperson said.
“The 9 a.m. hour will be hosted by other ‘TODAY’ co-anchors,” a spokesperson said.
Long-running daytime talker may be finished for good after 28 seasons.
“Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent,” the network’s entertainment president says.
Cancellation comes as network expands “GMA” to three hours.
The CW made the announcement Thursday.