One Day at a Time was given the boot by Pop TV on Tuesday.
The beloved sequence had aired simply seven episodes of its deliberate 13 episode season forward of the cancellation, with the ultimate episodes delayed because of COVID-19.
Now, they may by no means be produced except one other community swoops in to avoid wasting the present once more.
The excellent news is that Sony is actively pursuing a brand new residence, so there is a glimmer of hope but.
Shortly after the announcement was made official, the forged and showrunners took to social media to reply to the unhappy information.
“Sadly, the information is out,” mentioned co-showrunner, Gloria Calderón Kellett, including:
“I am not unhappy simply but, y’all. We nonetheless have some hope for brand spanking new houses. Hold tight, my loves. that if I am going down, I’ll go down swinging for this present (& forged & crew) I like.”
“So… sure. A lot has modified at Viacom within the final yr and sadly we can’t be on Pop anymore,” mentioned Mike Royce.
“Because of everyone over there for the chance to do season 4. And guess what? We’re nonetheless making an attempt for season 5. What if #ODAAT was the primary present ever on three networks?”
“Possibly third community’s the attraction? 🤞🏼😅 Critically, no matter what occurs, familia para siempre. And I’ll have a sappy publish coming after we discover out which manner this goes. I like you guys,” mentioned Isabella Gomez.
“Go get’em, Glo,” added Ed Quinn.
The sequence was canceled two years after Netflix swung the axe following the third season.
The cancellation comes as Pop TV is exiting the scripted market. The cabler mentioned goodbye to Schitt’s Creek, which ended by itself phrases earlier this yr.
It additionally canceled beforehand renewed exhibits similar to Flack and Florida Women.
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