• SaveODAAT: Can Sony TV Find New Home For Beloved Latinx Family Sitcom?

    10 days ago - By Deadline

    One Day At a Time co-showrunner Gloria Calderón Kellett‏ sounded the alarm three weeks ago after a meeting with Netflix executive about a fourth season of the show. “I wish I felt more confident,” she wrote on Feb. 20. And yet, the news today of Netflix's decision to cancel One Day At a Time came as a shocker given its critical acclaim, its rabid following and the underserved audience it caters to.
    Within minutes of the news of One Day At a Time' s cancellation, SaveODAAT...
    Read more ...

     

  • Norman Lear Says ‘I Wish I Could Understand' Why Netflix Canceled ‘One Day at a Time'

    10 days ago - By The Wrap

    Norman Lear said Thursday that “I wish I could understand Netflix's decision” to cancel the reboot of his 1970s-era sitcom, “One Day at a Time.”
    “At my age, I can testify that you are never too old to have your heart broken. I'm also convinced love and laugher add time to one's life,” Lear said in a statement he posted on his Twitter account. “I can't thank Netflix and our partners at Sony enough for the three seasons, but I wish I could understand Netflix's decision to not pick us up for a fourth. Is there really so little room in business for love and laughter?”
    Thank you for the...
    Read more ...

     

  • Norman Lear On ‘One Day At A Time' Cancellation: “I Wish I Could Understand Netflix's Decision”

    10 days ago - By Deadline

    “At my age, I can testify that you are never too old to have your heart broken,” 96.5-year-old Norman Lear said in a bittersweet note “to the beloved cast, crew, and fans of One Day At a Time ” following the comedy series' cancellation by Netflix after three seasons. Lear created the iconic original series and executive produced the Netflix/Sony TV reimagening with a Cuban-American family, from developers, executive producers and showrunners Gloria Calderon Kellett and...
    Read more ...

     

  • Netflix Cancels One Day At A Time After Season 3 Due To Low Viewership

    Netflix Cancels One Day At A Time After Season 3 Due To Low Viewership

    10 days ago - By Screen Rant

    In yet another case of a critically acclaimed series failing to find a large audience and being subsequently canceled, Netflix has axed its reboot of One Day at a Time shortly after the release of season 3. A reimagining of the ‘80s sitcom of the same name, the series brought back legendary TV creator Norman Lear to work with creators Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce, for an update on the series that focused on a Cuban-American family in present-day Florida. The series starred Justina Machado as Penelope Alvarez, a single mother raising her two kids, Elena and Alex with the help of...
    Read more ...