After a huge outcry from his small but dedicated fan base, the remake of "One Day at a Time" was saved from termination three months after it was dropped from its original platform.
The CBS Corp. The cable channel Pop TV announces on Thursday that a new season of Netflix aborted reboot has begun. Fans may expect the Alvarez family to have at least another 13 episodes on the network known for other comedies such as "Hot Date," "Schitt's Creek," and "Hollywood Darling."
In a statement, Pop TV President Brad announced that Schwartz called the series both "culturally significant" and witty.
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The original sitcom of 1975-84 about a single-parent white mother was reinvented with a Latino family in the middle of a TV rarity.
Justina Machado plays Penelope Alvarez, a Cuban American mother and military veteran, while Rita Moreno plays her mother Lydia.
"One Day at a Time" was previously hired by Netflix this year after three seasons, causing an outcry from fans. According to the streaming service, not enough people saw the show to justify an extension.
The series NETFLIX & # 39; KILLER RATINGS & # 39; (True Crime Series) Recruiting for Brazilian Television Producer Norman Lear, who helped produce the original series and is an executive producer of the remake, said he was "broken" when it was canceled.
"Today I am overwhelmed by the joy of knowing that the Alvarez family will live on," Lear said in a statement.
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Pop TV says the new 13-episode season is scheduled for 2020.
Associated Press has contributed to this report.