Netflix cancels ‘One Day at a Time’

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An outpouring of love from fans and cast-members alike spread on Twitter after the announcement, with people devastated to lose the show that celebrated and represented a Latinx family.

Netflix shared the news on Thursday and explained why it made the choice to not continue the series, saying, "We've made the very hard decision not to renew One Day At A Time for a fourth season". "My heart is breaking, but I still can't help but thank Netflix for giving the Alvarez family a home for 3 years and for changing my life... and to the fans: familia para siempre". Will One Day at a Time be saved? Are you a fan of the series and were you saddened to hear Netflix canceled it after three seasons? But believe in miracles. I do.

One Day at a Time has been praised as a beacon of representation on television.

The post was met with a barrage of criticism from fans disappointed that the company hadn't invested in more marketing for the show.

Another user expressed how sad they were that this show, which tackled an important topic such as depression, will no longer be made.

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Per The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos addressed the cancellation in a statement, saying, "It's been a great honor to work with the legendary Norman Lear on One Day at a Time".

Adapted by Kellett and Royce from Lear's original series of the same name, One Day at a Time was a critical darling with a social media following.

According to another individual with knowledge of the decision, the show simply did not garner enough viewership to justify a fourth season, particularly given the fact that it was produced by an outside studio.

On Twitter, executive producer Mike Royce spoke out about the news, expressing gratitude to One Day at a Time fans and revealing that Sony, which produced the show, had plans to shop it to another network.

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