There will be no fourth season of the Norman Lear comedy from Sony Pictures TV.
One Day at a Time comes to an end on Netflix.
The Streamer has canceled the critically acclaimed reboot of the Norman Lear comedy after three seasons.
"It was a great honor to work with the legendary Norman Lear on One Day at a Time I personally spoke to Norman and co-designers Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce to express my gratitude to them All the writers, the dedicated crew and the team, the performers, including the brilliant Justina Machado and the dazzling Rita Moreno, for creating a series with so much humor, heart and humanity, "said Ted Sarandos, Netflix's Chief Content Officer rare cancellation. "This was a very difficult decision and we are very grateful to all the fans who supported the series, to our partners from Sony and to all the critics who have accepted them." It is disappointing that One of more viewers is not Day at a Time I think the series will stand the test of time. "
Sony Pictures Television's makers refused. Sources say the indie studio plans to buy the series, which could be problematic, as Netflix owns and houses the first three seasons, so a library contract would help find a new home more easily.
The news follows the Feb. 8 Season 3 debut on the streamer. Like other streamer like Amazon and Hulu, Netflix does not release viewer information. The series has an impressive 98-percent rating among critics and a 91
Along with Machado and Moreno, Todd Grinnell, Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz and Stephen Tobolowsky were the leading roles.
The executive producers Royce and Calderon Kellett In a heartfelt statement on Twitter he commented on the cancellation: "Last night Netflix informed us that they One Day at a Time We've had the time of our lives to make this show "We've worked with the best, most talented and talented performers, writers and crew of all time, as well as with the incomparable Norman Lear. While our hearts are very heavy, they are full of enthusiasm for this amazing experience, "she wrote." And for all of you. All who have told us how much One Day at a Time means to you. We have worked on many shows, but never have we experienced the outpouring of love, connection and love Support as in ODAAT Next to our studio Sony we will explore other places One day after the other can live, and with luck we will find one. Either way, our three seasons will always exist and be there for you and for us. In the meantime, we would like to thank everyone we have seen. We love her. Familia Para Siempre. "
It's likely that Netflix chose to renounce Latino Lear's classic 1970s comedy was the fact that the series was owned by Sony Pictures Television, meaning the streamer had to pay a license fee to view the show Netflix does not seem to be pleased with the audience, as Sarando's statement implies, with lackluster reviews and lack of ownership, Netflix was probably no choice but to abandon the series, and lack of ownership is one of the main reasons why the relationship between Netflix and Marvel have imploded and all five of these series have been lifted.
The first three seasons will remain on Netflix, which still includes several voices featuring Latinx theme series Mr. Iglesias Gente-fied and Selena.
. One day after another joins other recent Netflix-Ab Friends From College all Marvel series – also from an outdoor studio – Travelers All About the Washington and American Vandal ] Netflix increasingly concentrated on ownership. For this reason, the streamer has aggressively demanded top show runners for eight- and nine-digit total deals – as competitors such as Disney, Comcast and Warner Bros. own streaming platforms.