'One Day at a Time' Cancelled: No Season 4 at Netflix

'One Day at a Time' canceled after 3 seasons by Netflix

Starring Rita Moreno, Justina Machado, Isabella Gomez, and more, One Day at a Time, a revival of Norman Lear's 1970s sitcom, was celebrated for its representation of Latinx and LGBTQ characters, as well as its deft handling of protagonist Penelope Alvarez (Machado), a single mother and veteran dealing with PTSD.

Executive producer Mike Royce confirmed that they're seeking a new home for the series, saying: "Along with our studio Sony, we ill be exploring other palces One Day at a Time can live, and with any luck we'll find one".

'Last night, Netflix told us they are cancelling One Day At A Time.

Kellett knew Netflix was on the fence about renewing the series so she started a campaign on Twitter to get #RenewODAAT trending-and it did, with even celebs like Gloria Estefan and Joe Manganiello, both who made cameos in the latest season, tweeting in support of renewing the series.

Announced this morning, the streaming platform has officially canceled the critically acclaimed family comedy after 3 seasons.

Meanwhile, thanks to numerous cast and crew members behind One Day at a Time, including none other than Norman Lear, the #SaveODAAT hashtag took off. Miranda noticed and did what he could to propel it along.

"We've made the very hard decision not to renew One Day At A Time for a fourth season". Thank you to our writers & crew & guest cast. And to anyone who felt seen or represented - possibly for the first time - by ODAAT, please don't take this as an indication your story is not important.

Another young viewer expressed their sadness at the cancellation, writing: 'I am crying so hard, One Day At A Time was the first show that showed me it is possible to be myself without feeling ashamed'. One Day at a Time is produced by Sony, which makes it a little more complicated, but E!

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