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The Most Popular Cast Members of 'The Conners,' Ranked From Lowest to Highest Social Media Following

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The Conners is one of the biggest TV shows, and the stars are also huge on social media! The long-running ABC series, a continuation of the cherished sitcom Roseanne, features several stars from the original show.

The series first launched back in 2018, and focuses on the family members of the matriarch after her sudden death. Over the years, many of the stars of the series have amassed hundreds of thousands of followers.

We’ve rounded up the main cast and ranked them from lowest to highest following. (Note: Jay R. Ferguson, John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf are not on social media at this time.) Click through to find out who is the most popular star of The Conners…

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