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After a Netflix cancelation in March seemed like the end of the show, fan favorite “One Day at a Time” will have a new life on the Pop network, beginning in 2020.
The multicam sitcom, created for Netflix as an update of the classic ’70s comedy of the same name, follows a Cuban-American family living in Los Angeles. In this revised deal, the series will air on the CBS-owned Pop for a 13-episode Season 4. Once the full season has aired, CBS has the option to air those same episodes on the main broadcast network.
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On Pop, “One Day at a Time” joins a programming lineup that also includes the increasing-in-popularity CBC production “Schitt’s Creek,” from creators and co-stars Eugene and Dan Levy. The slate of network originals also includes the Anna Paquin-starring “Flack” and the comedy series “Hot Date.” “One Day at a Time” will be designated as a Pop original going forward, with the original three seasons staying on the Netflix platform.
Aside from being the endpoint of a passionate, long-fought fan campaign to save the show after the end of the Netflix run, this is another example of CBS using...
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