A new version of the classic '80s show with the same name, One Day at a Time followed the life and struggles of a Cuban-American family and was notable for being super queer inclusive. Will One Day at a Time be saved? A newly-single mom and military veteran (Justina Machado) journeys through the triumphs and tribulations that come with raising two strong-willed, mega-millennial children (Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz), all the while enlisting the "help" of her old-school mother (Rita Moreno) and her building manager-turned-invaluable confidante (Todd Grinnell).
Sadly, the campaign did not succeed, but TV Line reports that Sony, the studio behind the show, intends to shop the series around.
In a statement Thursday, the streaming service's chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, called it "disappointing" that more viewers didn't discover the sitcom.
In addition to Calderon-Kellet and Royce, Lear served as executive producer along with Michael Garcia and Brent Miller.
"We've made the very hard decision not to renew One Day At A Time for a fourth season".
"Thank you, Norman Lear, for bringing this series back to television".
"And I can't thank Netflix and our partners at Sony enough for the three season, but I wish I could understand Netflix' decision to not pick us up for a fourth". And to anyone who felt seen or represented - possibly for the first time - by ODAAT, please don't take this as an indication your story is not important.
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One Day at a Time fans aren't waiting one more day to express their dismay at the series' cancellation.