Can 'One Day At A Time' Be Saved After Its Netflix Cancellation? - NBC Connecticut

Can 'One Day At A Time' Be Saved After Its Netflix Cancellation?

There is a big campaign to find a new home for the show, produced by Sony. How easy is it for a show to be brought back?

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    "One Day at a Time" uses comedy to confront the most topical issues of our time.

    It was a show that made the zany travails of a California-based Latino family relatable and universal, and the cast included acclaimed screen legend Rita Moreno.

    So it was no surprise that hundreds of thousands of fans and supporters of the Netflix show "One Day at a Time" overwhelmingly responded to the company's tweet Thursday that it was canceling the sitcom after three seasons, NBC News reported. The outcry went viral, with the hashtags #SaveODAAT and #OneDayAtATime trending on Twitter almost immediately after Netflix broke the news. 

    Not even award-winning TV legend Norman Lear understands why Netflix decided not to renew the remake of his 1970’s sitcom.

    According to Netflix, “not enough people watched to justify another season."