"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 " following the comedy series' cancellation by Netflix after three seasons. Despite this, the show repeatedly struggled to earn season renewals from Netflix.More news: Queen Elizabeth II will create a new Household for Meghan and Harry
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". All of you who told us how much One Day at a Time means to you.
It looks like One Day at a Time has been canceled by the online streaming network after running for no more than three seasons. The streamer said the hard decision to not renew the series "did not come easily", but the choice was made after "not enough people watched to justify another season".More news: 'Reserved' hiring climate expected in Barrie this spring: Manpower
The modern-day remake of the beloved Norman Lear comedy followed a Cuban-American family led by a divorced, former military mom (Justina Machado), who was raising two teenagers - Elena (Isabella Gomez) and Alex (Marcel Ruiz) - with the help of her traditional Cuban mother Lydia (EGOT victor Rita Moreno).
One Day at a Time has been praised as a beacon of representation on television. We had the time of our lives making this show, ' Royce and Kellett wrote. "While it's disappointing that more viewers didn't discover One Day at a Time, I believe the series will stand the test of time".More news: Confirmed! Alia, Ram Charan to feature in SS Rajamouli's next