Following an huge outcry from its diminutive-yet-devoted fanbase, the remake of “One Day at a Time” used to be saved from cancellation three months after it used to be axed from its authentic platform.
The CBS Corp.-owned cable channel Pop TV says Thursday it be greenlighted a brand contemporary season of the reboot canceled by Netflix. Fans can quiz the Alvarez family to sprint all any other time for in spite of every thing thirteen extra episodes on the community known for other comedies corresponding to “Sizzling Date,” “Schitt’s Creek” and “Hollywood Darlings.”
In a commentary, Pop TV President Brad Schwartz known as the series both “culturally valuable” and humorous.
The distinctive 1975-eighty four sitcom a couple of single white mom used to be reimagined with a Latino family at its center, a TV rarity.
Justina Machado stars as Penelope Alvarez, a Cuban American father or mother and military extinct, with Rita Moreno taking half in her mother, Lydia.
“One Day at a Time” used to be dropped by Netflix earlier this one year after three seasons, prompting an outcry from fans. The streaming provider stated no longer ample of us watched the camouflage to present an explanation for renewing it.
Accepted producer Norman Lear, who co-created the distinctive series and is an govt producer on the remake, stated he used to be “heartbroken” when it used to be canceled.
“On the present time, I am overwhelmed with joy to know the Alvarez family will dwell on,” Lear stated in a commentary.
Pop TV says the contemporary thirteen-episode season is planned for 2020.
The Associated Press contributed to this command.