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One Day at a Time revived for Season 4 on Pop and CBS

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THURSDAY 6/27/19 AT 4:53PM EDT

The canceled Netflix comedy has found a new home on Pop TV. The CBS-owned cable network has ordered a 13-episode fourth season of the Cuban-American revival of the classic Norman Lear comedy to air in 2020. As part of the deal, CBS will re-air Season 4 later in 2020. The deal, marking the first time a canceled Netflix series has found a new home, also gives Pop the rights to air Seasons 1 through 3, while Netflix retains streaming rights to the first three seasons. 

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Yessssssssss! There is justice! FU, Netflix! Dalé! 🇨🇺❤️

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Quite a few things had to fall into place for this to happen, and I admit I didn't think it would - I am so excited to be wrong.  I didn't get around to watching this until shortly after Netflix canceled it (I only watch Netflix when my parents are traveling and I'm cat-sitting at their house, and medical problems kept them home far more than usual, so my backlog of programming got pretty big) and considered not watching it in light of that cancellation, afraid there would be an unsatisfying non-ending.  I was so glad I opted to watch it, and now I'm thrilled that there will be at least one more season (and that I can watch as it airs this time).  TV needs programs like this.

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9 minutes ago, Joimiaroxeu said:

Wait, how did you go back in time to post this before it happened? 🙂

Great news.

Magicks. 😉

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My knowledge of Pop mostly amounts to Big Brother After Dark, which is commercial hell, but I will watch this. I'm so pleased they are getting at least one last season, both because Rita Moreno broke my heart with her reaction to the cancellation, and also because as a fan I need them to wrap up Penelope's story in a better way. 

Netflix has become an incredibly toxic place, between the shows encouraging suicide, the shows treating homophobia and abusive relationships as sexy, the shows "roasting" Anne Frank and MLK, and the shows "punking" unemployed people. As far as I'm concerned, ODAAT is better off without them. 

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The article I read this morning talked about the possibility of multiple seasons due to a new financial model. 

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Remember when Netflix was seen as the "backup" or last resort when cable TV passed???

Now, cable channels are picking up canceled Netflix shows.

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Me: checks to see if I have Pop TV.....confirms I do but only in Standard Definition.

Me: "Don't give a fuck!  ODAAT is back!! Dale bitches!" 🇨🇺🤓👍

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I don’t have Pop Tv which kinda sucks.  I think I can get it through YouTube or Hulu.   

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20 minutes ago, QueerGirrl said:

Me: checks to see if I have Pop TV.....confirms I do but only in Standard Definition.

Me: "Don't give a fuck!  ODAAT is back!! Dale bitches!" 🇨🇺🤓👍

I don't know if you get On Demand but I have a few channels that are only offered in standard definition but once the episodes go up On Demand, they're available in HD.  

I know it's a long shot but the petty part of me would be so amused if this does get more seasons, finds a more general audience and becomes the kind of rewatchable show that Netflix desperately would like now that it's losing The Office and probably Friends. 

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1 hour ago, Door County Cherry said:

I don't know if you get On Demand but I have a few channels that are only offered in standard definition but once the episodes go up On Demand, they're available in HD.  

I know it's a long shot but the petty part of me would be so amused if this does get more seasons, finds a more general audience and becomes the kind of rewatchable show that Netflix desperately would like now that it's losing The Office and probably Friends. 

I do have On Demand and I’ll definitely check that out.

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On 6/28/2019 at 7:11 PM, Chaos Theory said:

I don’t have Pop Tv which kinda sucks.  I think I can get it through YouTube or Hulu.   

Hulu Live has it.  I don't have cable, and it was how I watched ER reruns before they added the entire series to regular Hulu.

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I was also extremely happy to see this news.  It was easily my favorite sitcom on Netflix.  They keep cancelling my favorite shows and losing ODAAT was almost the final straw.  About the only remaining US made original series of theirs that I still look forward to is Stranger Things.

But having just finished binging the most recent seasons of some of their foreign made original series, I'm glad I didn't quit my subscription.  The stuff coming out of their new Madrid studios is particularly good so far.  Netflix seems to have found some really good writers over there, combined with a cadre of talented young actors (Ester Expósito in particular may be only 19, but she has that something extra that just screams future movie star).  The latest seasons of Casa de Papel (Money Heist) and Elite have managed to maintain the qualities that made them such huge international hits in the first place.  Plus I hear that the latest season of Cable Girls is pretty good as well.  Some of their British shows are really good as well.  ODAAT was one of their few American made shows of a similar quality and they went and cancelled it.

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