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One Day At A Time [PATCHED]

The series premiered on Netflix on January 6, 2017;[7] with subsequent seasons premiering on January 26, 2018,[8] and February 8, 2019.[9] Netflix canceled the series on March 14, 2019,[10] but on June 27, 2019, Pop announced that it would revive the series in 2020,[11][12] making One Day at a Time the first original program canceled by Netflix to be revived on a traditional linear network. The fourth season premiered on March 24, 2020, on Pop, with a simulcast on TV Land and Logo TV;[13][14] the simulcast with TV Land was made permanent shortly thereafter as TV Land's ratings for the premiere were nearly five times that of the episode's premiere on Pop.[15] In March 2020, production on season 4 came to an end due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[16] First-run episodes continued to broadcast through April 28, 2020, with further production and/or broadcast not expected to resume until 2021.[17] Plans were announced the next day to make an animated special,[18] further reported in May 2020 as "The Politics Episode". The episode, co-produced with the Canadian animator Smiley Guy Studios,[19] premiered on June 16, 2020.[20][21] CBS began airing the season four episodes on October 12, 2020.[22] In November 2020, the series was canceled after the fourth season by Pop, but Sony Pictures TV indicated that it would be shopping the series to other outlets.[23] On December 8, 2020, it was announced that there would be no new episodes, ending the series' run for good.[24][25][26]

One Day at a Time

The series depicts the everyday life of a Cuban-American family with each character finding their own journey. Following the story of Penelope Alvarez, a United States Army Nurse Corps[4] veteran, facing her return to civilian life with a lot of unresolved issues from her time in the Army. She works as a nurse in the office of Dr. Leslie Berkowitz. After her husband's alcoholism due to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from his time in the Army made it, in Penelope's words, 'unsafe to be in the house', she separates from Victor, taking the children with her. With the help of her Cuban mother, Lydia Riera, she raises two children: Elena and Alex. Apart from planning her daughter's quinceañera, Penelope starts dating and finds a love interest. Elena, resistant to have a quinces, starts dating a teenager from her class, to later realize that she is a lesbian. After struggling in ways to tell her family about her sexuality she finally comes out.

On June 27, 2019, it was announced that Sony Pictures Television and CBS Corporation came to terms to continue the series for a fourth season of 13 episodes, which would air on CBS's Pop network in 2020.[41] Pop also acquired linear rights to the show's first three seasons.[11] The fourth season premiered on March 24, 2020, with episodes airing weekly.[13][42] The premiere episode was simulcast on the ViacomCBS cable networks Pop, TV Land, and Logo (CBS and Viacom had merged in the interim in early December 2019).[43] CBS is also set to air an encore run the fourth season following its completion on Pop.[44] The simulcast with TV Land was made permanent after the fourth season premiere, as it attracted almost five times more viewers on TV Land than on Pop.[15]

During the show's fourth season, six new episodes aired in 2020.[17] However, the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the show from airing more new fourth season episodes until at least sometime in 2021.[17] On April 28, 2020, it was revealed that there were plans to film an animated special.[18] The same day, the show aired its last episode for the year 2020 and the show's Twitter account thanked fans with the message: "This isn't goodbye, it's see you later. ? We'll be back soon, familia! Thank you for watching with us. ?"[17] The animated special, "The Politics Episode", premiered on June 16, 2020.[20]

The theme song for the original One Day at a Time series, "This Is It", which was composed by husband-and-wife songwriters Jeff Barry and Nancy Barry, was re-recorded for the new series, with a new arrangement by Emilio Estefan featuring Cuban instrumentation and lead vocals by Gloria Estefan.[53] When the series' fourth season premiered on Pop, the theme song was excised due to time constraints.[42]

Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times found the first season to be "lively without being rushed" thanks to the full 30 minute run time.[64] David Wiegand of the San Francisco Chronicle added, "The show is nicely written ... and the performances [especially Moreno's] are almost universally engaging".[65] Verne Gay of Newsday praised Machado's performance as "flat-out terrific" and called the first season a "congenial, good-hearted, easy going, sentimental, old-fashioned and surprisingly new-fashioned." He added, "There's also a deep emotional core here which refuses to be devalued by the typical (or tired) beat of a multicamera sitcom."[66] Kelly Lawler at USA Today noted that Elena's coming-out arc in the first season has drawn special praise from LGBT critics for its "unique, realistic and refreshing take on the subject... the depiction of a young, happy Latina lesbian comes as a hopeful sign for many."[67] Autostraddle's Yvonne Marquez called the arc "mind-blowing",[67] and stated that the show revolutionary because "it centers the family's brownness and provides ample social commentary to deliver a fantastic modern-day sitcom."[68]

The third season has a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 29 reviews, with an average rating of 8.75/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "As timely and tender as ever, One Day at a Time's third season manages to up the comedy ante without losing the intimate family moments that help it hit so close to home."[58] On Metacritic, it has a score of 82 out of 100, based on 9 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[59]

Richard Masur played attorney David Kane, a love interest for the newly divorced Ann Romano, in the first season and left after the fourth episode of the second season. In a 2016 interview with The A.V. Club, he explained that David was constantly proposing marriage to Ann and she refused him every time. The actor became even further frustrated when Lear insisted that David and Ann's romance be unconsummated. His role was relegated to being a confidante to Julie and Barbara and an adversary to Schneider. After several disagreements with the direction Masur's character took, Lear agreed to write off David from the show but not entirely, per his appearance in the finale.[4]

Michael Lembeck joined the series as Julie's husband, Max, in the fifth season, but he was written out as a consequence of Phillips' firing (but later returned in season seven along with Philips). A steady stream of regulars was added in the ensuing seasons, including Ron Rifkin as Ann's boyfriend, Nick; Glenn Scarpelli as Nick's son, Alex; and Boyd Gaines as Barbara's boyfriend, later husband, Mark. Shelley Fabares, who had previously guest-starred as Ann's rival co-worker Francine Webster, appeared more frequently, eventually becoming a regular. Nanette Fabray, who played Ann's mother, also made more frequent appearances before becoming a regular cast member in the final season. Howard Hesseman joined the series for a short time as Mark's father, Sam, who would become Ann's second husband.

CBS aired daytime reruns of the show for three years. From September 17, 1979, to February 1, 1980, it aired on the daytime schedule at 3:30 pm Eastern time; with the cancellation of Love of Life to accommodate the expansion of The Young and the Restless to one hour, it was moved on February 4, 1980, to 4 pm Eastern due to Guiding Light moving to 3 pm. On September 28, 1981, it moved to 10 am Eastern time, and on September 20, 1982, it was replaced by The $25,000 Pyramid.

The One Day at a Time Reunion was a 60-minute CBS retrospective special which aired on Tuesday February 22, 2005, at 9:00 pm ET, reuniting Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, Valerie Bertinelli, and Pat Harrington to reminisce about the series and their characters. Regular cast members Richard Masur, Shelley Fabares, Nanette Fabray, Michael Lembeck and Glenn Scarpelli shared their feelings about their time on the show in separate interviews. The special was included as a bonus on One Day at a Time: The Complete First Season DVD set.

Wilson wrote that "aside from Lear, nobody thought I was funny...To make matters worse, each character, according to the show's formula, had to have a 'serious' moral dilemma at some point, and I was given some problem about an illegitimate child to work out in these increasingly sentimental scenes that made my bowels shrink." At the end of the second season of One Day at a Time, Wilson begged her agent to ask Lear to release her from her contract. Wilson later admitted, "I felt terribly wrong to be so miserable. I knew this was the kind of break actors longed for."

But this is exciting for both co-showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett and Lear since production of the entire season won't have to be complete six to seven months before air time, allowing the show's writers to react more quickly to current events.

By taking your recovery one day at a time with AA, you make sobriety about daily victories that are manageable, achievable, and worth celebrating. You set yourself up for daily success instead of worrying about potential future relapses. The saying also becomes a powerful positive mantra or personal affirmation that, as research suggests, could make it easier to remain in recovery.3

To harness the power of daily affirmations, choose the ones you like and identify with in your life. Then, write them down and say them aloud, every day, a few times a day. You can even ask a friend, family member, or your AA sponsor to repeat your affirmations back to you, helping you repeat and believe in them.

Many people who are working toward achieving and maintaining sobriety are triggered to drink when they experience overwhelming negative emotions such as shame.9 Worries over the future can also be triggering.10 But when you live one day at a time, you focus on your present goals. And you use your mantras and affirmations to live up to those goals for one full day only, those goals feel more manageable and success is more achievable.3 041b061a72


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