For a second consecutive yr, there had been a grassroots motion calling upon Netflix to resume critically praised multi-camera comedy “One Day at a Time.”
It labored final yr, with the Latinx-themed reimagining of the enduring Norman Lear sitcom securing a third-season renewal. However there was no comfortable ending for this yr’s #RenewODAAT Twitter marketing campaign.
Netflix has opted to not decide up the Cuban-American household comedy, starring Justina Machado and Rita Moreno, for a fourth season.
Underscoring the importance of the collection and Netflix’s determination to finish it, Netflix’s Chief Content material Officer Ted Sarandos personally spoke concerning the cancelation.
“It’s been an incredible honor to work with the legendary Norman Lear on ‘One Day at a Time,’” he mentioned in an announcement. “I’ve personally spoken with Norman, and co-creators Gloria Calderón Kellett and Mike Royce, to precise my gratitude to them, all of the writers, the devoted crew and the solid together with the sensible Justina Machado and dazzling Rita Moreno for making a collection with such humor, coronary heart and humanity. This was a really troublesome determination and we’re grateful to all of the followers who’ve supported the collection, our companions at Sony, and all of the critics who embraced it. Whereas it’s disappointing that extra viewers didn’t uncover “One Day at a Time,” I consider the collection will stand the check of time.”
“One Day At a Time,” from Sony Footage TV, has been an essential milestone for illustration, bringing again the Latinx household sitcom style. Whereas Netflix will not be persevering with with it, over the previous yr, the streaming community has greenlit three collection centered on US Latinx tales, together with “Mr. Iglesias, Gentefied” and our upcoming “Selena” challenge.