Roseanne is coming back to ABC in a few weeks, but if you live in New York City you won’t have to wait that long to see the show’s iconic living room.
ABC has turned the shuttle train between Grand Central Station and Times Square into a recreation of the living room from Roseanne. The seats are re-designed to look like the Conner’s couch, and each end of the car features a pattern fireplace, with photos of the family throughout the car.
The recreation launched last week and will last for four weeks.
Roseanne ran for nine season on ABC before ending in 1997. The show is returning with its original cast on March 27th, including John Goodman, who originally died in the series finale.
This will definitely help make a New Yorker’s commute more enjoyable. Or, at the very least, less draining on the soul.