“One Day at a Time” Canceled Again, to Be Shopped by Other Networks

Justina Machado, Isabella Gomez, Rita Moreno, and Marcel Ruiz in "One Day at a Time"

One Day at a Time has been canceled once again.

In 2019, after three seasons on Netflix, the reboot of the classic 1975 Norman Lear sitcom was canceled before moving to Pop a few months later for Season 4 which aired earlier this year.

According to sources, series producer Sony Pictures Television is shopping the series to other outlets.

One Day at a Time follows three generations of Cuban-American family with Justina Machado playing a newly-single mom and military veteran who raises two children (Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz) with the help of her mother (Rita Moreno) and her building manager (Todd Grinnell). Stephen Toblowsky also stars in the series.

Season 4 of the show was cut short due to the pandemic and was broadcast on Pop and TV Land. CBS also aired episodes starting in October.

The new version of the show was co-created by Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce, who also served as co-showrunners. One Day at a Time was executive produced by Lear, Michael Garcia, and Brent Miller.