But Netflix, without warning, canceled the sitcom after three seasons. No one really knows for sure who is actually watching.
What other shows have gotten the ‘One Day at a Time’ treatment after being canceled?
And then there is a cable network like TV Land, which, now part nostalgia and part current production, could have a slam dunk on its hands. This reboot comes with 39 episodes already produced for the masses who have not had the opportunity to see it. And I think it could also work well on any competing digital streamer. CBS All Access has reportedly made an offer for it, but Netflix includes a clause in most of its contracts with outside studios Sony Pictures TV, in this case that allows it to block its shows from moving to another streaming platform for at least two years after they are canceled.
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The dilemmas and lines in One Day at a Time may be sitcom-y, but the family togetherness is sweet, making this update great whole-family fare with both laughs and feeling. Does the content seem more or less realistic than that in others? Do the central relationships seem nontraditional to you? How are they different from other sitcom families?
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