One Day At A Time
"It was based on a conversation I had with my cousin who's a very conservative Miami Trump supporter, who's Cuban" showrunner Gloria Calderon-Kellett said.
On its new linear home, this season of "One Day at a Time" promises to hit on some hard truths as well as the familial issues the show has tackled with a deft mix of humor and seriousness.
The show's biggest struggle is transferring from a streaming service meant for binge-watching, with no commercials, to a regular time slot every week.
After Netflix canceled the updated multicam sitcom, the show will now air on the same network as "Schitt's Creek."
After canceling the series in March, Netflix now has to decide if it's in its best interests for Season 4 to launch on another streaming service.
"You are never too old to have your heart broken," the 96-year-old wrote.
The multi-cam series takes some big risks this year, and delivers real catharsis along the way.
It's a happy birthday for Lear, whose Act III production company sign a new deal with Sony Pictures TV.
Sony Pictures Television president Jeff Frost gave IndieWire insight into how the studio became infamous for finding crafty ways to save many of its fan favorite bubble shows.
The renewal came after critics, fans, and several Latino groups lobbied Netflix hard to bring it back.
The streaming giant has put a new emphasis on young adult programming, just as Americans start looking to passionate young adults as a new source of hope.
Stars Justina Machado and Isabella Gomez also explain why they don't want Penelope to get remarried.
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