Netflix cancels 'One Day at a Time' after three seasons

Netflix cancels 'One Day at a Time' after three seasons

" has been canceled at Netflix after three seasons, Variety has learned.

Lear served as an executive producer, alongside fellow sitcom vets Mike Royce (Everybody Loves Raymond) and Gloria Calderón Kellett (How I Met Your Mother). Nevertheless, "One Day at a Time" has been a critical darling from the beginning.

A reboot of the Norman Lear series, the comedy centers on the Cuban-American Alverez family.

Netflix axed the critically acclaimed comedy about a Cuban-American family on Thursday morning, posting a Twitter thread explaining the "very hard decision". 'We worked with the best, most giving and talented cast, writers and crew ever, as well as the incomparable Norman Lear. You filled this show with so much heart and warmth and love, it truly felt like home.

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'. Are you a fan of the series and were you saddened to hear Netflix canceled it after three seasons?

The modern-day remake of the beloved Norman Lear comedy followed a Cuban-American family led by a divorced, former military mom (Justina Machado), who was raising two teenagers - Elena (Isabella Gomez) and Alex (Marcel Ruiz) - with the help of her traditional Cuban mother Lydia (EGOT victor Rita Moreno). "The outpouring of love for this show is a firm reminder to us that we must continue finding ways to tell these stories", a final tweet form Netflix read.

"And I can't thank Netflix and our partners at Sony enough for the three season, but I wish I could understand Netflix' decision to not pick us up for a fourth".

One Day at a Time fans aren't waiting one more day to express their dismay at the series' cancellation.

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