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THR Icon: At 100, Norman Lear Looks Back (And Ahead) at What’s Changed Since the ‘Maude’ Abortion Episode

“I’m the one in the white hat,” Norman Lear announces as he and his producing partner, Brent Miller, several decades his junior, appear in Zoom boxes in late August. At 100, the “newly minted centurion,” as he proudly describes himself, still appreciates a laugh. After all, the white hat has been the signature of Lear’s […]

Gloria Calderon Kellett Wants to Democratize the Rom-Com

Gloria Calderón Kellett’s ambitions are considerably grander than her condo turned office, which is nestled between a mall and her alma mater in one of those sprawling Playa Vista apartment complexes. Having first come to Los Angeles to study acting at Loyola Marymount University, Calderón Kellett has now parlayed her stint showrunning the critically adored […]

‘TV’s Top 5’: ‘One Day at a Time’ Bosses Say Farewell; Disney’s Dizzying Streaming Blitz

'TV's Top 5': 'One Day at a Time' Bosses Say Farewell; Disney's Dizzying Streaming Blitz

‘One Day at a Time’: Efforts to Find Third Home for Beloved Comedy Fail

Efforts to find a third home for the beloved 'One Day at a Time' update have come to an end and there will be no fifth season of the former Netflix and Pop comedy, co-showrunners Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce announced Tuesday.

‘One Day at a Time’ Canceled at ViacomCBS; Sony to Shop Former Pop Comedy

The 'One Day at a Time' saga continues. The former Netflix comedy's time at ViacomCBS — including first-run episodes on Pop and repeats on CBS — has come to an end as the conglomerate has declined to order additional episodes of the beloved update on Norman Lear's iconic series.

Imagen Awards: ‘Dora and the Lost City of Gold,’ ‘Little America’ Among Top Nominees

The feature film 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' and TV series 'Law & Order: SVU,' 'Little America,' 'One Day at a Time' and 'Queen of the South' each earned a leading four nominations for the 2020 Imagen Awards, designed to recognize Latinx talent.

Critic’s Notebook: The Limits of 2020’s Emmy Inclusivity

The scarcity of Latino and Asian American acting nominees wasn't just a missed opportunity to recognize great performances; it was a failure to honor some genre-blurring, boundary-pushing television.

How TV is Tackling Voter Suppression and Other 2020 Election Year Issues

While the ATX Television Festival has always made sure its programming focused on political and social issues, its ACLU-sponsored panel about voter suppression and election year issues was especially relevant during a weekend where millions of people around the globe have been protesting against racial injustice.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins ‘One Day at a Time’ Animated Special

Pop TV has set a date for its animated 'One Day at a Time' special, and it's bringing a few friends of the show along for the occasion.

‘One Day at a Time’ Lands Animated Special at Pop

Netflix-turned-Pop comedy 'One Day at a Time' will produce an animated episode, set to air at a date to be determined in the spring.

‘Now See This’ Newsletter: Taking Quarantine ‘One Day at a Time’

Welcome to Now See This, THR Chief TV Critic Daniel Fienberg’s weekly viewer guide newsletter dedicated to cutting through the daunting clutter of the broadcast, cable and streaming TV landscape! Comments and suggestions welcome at This is a web version of THR's Now You See This newsletter. To receive the newsletter by email each […]

‘TV’s Top 5’: How ‘One Day at a Time’ Is Navigating Its Uncertain Future

Welcome to another episode of TV’s Top 5, The Hollywood Reporter‘s TV podcast. Every week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the week in TV news with context from the business and critical sides, welcome showrunners and executive guests and provide a critical guide of what to watch (or skip, as the […]