The American Broadcasting Co. canceled Rosanne Barr's new television show Tuesday after she posted racist remarks about Valerie Jarrett, an African-American who served as a White House adviser to President Barack Obama.
Barr, who is white, tweeted earlier in the day that Jarrett was a product of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Planet of the Apes.
Barr later tweeted she was sorry "for making a bad joke" about Jarrett.
Before it was deleted, Barr's tweet read: "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby = vj."
Her offensive remarks triggered an intense backlash, resulting in ABC's cancellation of her show, which had been renewed for a second season.
"Rosanne's Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show," said ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey.
Her TV show was a new version of her 1988-97 show Rosanne. It returned this year with Barr playing a character who is supportive of President Donald Trump.
Barr is an avid supporter of Trump, who hailed the new show two months ago for its strong ratings.
"Look at her ratings! Look at her ratings!" he said at a speech two months ago in Richfield, Ohio. "Over 18 million people, and it was about us. They haven't figured it out yet; the fake news hasn't quite figured it out yet. They have not figured it out. So that was great."