'One Day at a Time' canceled after 3 seasons by Netflix

Angelo Anderson
March 15, 2019

The series followed three generations of a Cuban-American family.

In case you have been sleeping behind Lydia's curtain, you have probably heard that Netflix has canceled One Day at a Time after three seasons. "Is there really so little room in business for love and laughter?", he asked.

As you may know, One Day at a Time was a Latina-led humorous as well as touching update on the classic version with the same name that premiered back in 1975 on CBS.

The streaming service announced on Thursday that the Norman Lear sitcom will not return for a fourth season.


'Along with our studio Sony, we'll be exploring other places where One Day at a Time can live, and with some luck, we will find one. "I've personally spoken with Norman and co-creators Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce to express my gratitude to them, all the writers, the dedicated crew and the cast, including the brilliant Justina Machado and dazzling Rita Moreno, for creating a series with such humor, heart and humanity".

In a joint message he posted on his account, Royce stated: 'We had the time of our lives making the show. The streamer said the hard decision to not renew the series "did not come easily", but the choice was made after "not enough people watched to justify another season". "While it's disappointing that more viewers didn't discover 'One Day at a Time, ' I believe the series will stand the test of time".

Meanwhile, all 3 seasons of "One Day at a Time" are available to stream now on Netflix. "We've worked on many shows, but never have we experienced the outpouring of love, connection, and support like we have with ODAAT", the statement continued.

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