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‘One Day at a Time’ Gets Decent Start on Pop, TV Land

Pop TV's revival of 'One Day at a Time' got off to a decent start on Tuesday — even though most of the premiere's viewers didn't come on Pop itself.

‘One Day at a Time’ Season 4: TV Review

Canceled by Netflix last year, 'One Day at a Time,' the beloved Latinx family sitcom, returns on Pop TV.

This Week in TV: ‘One Day at a Time,’ ‘Ozark,’ ‘This Is Us’ Finale

The week of March 23 will feature a little bit of TV history when 'One Day at a Time' becomes the first TV series canceled by a streaming service to be resurrected by a linear network.

Coronavirus Prompts Changes for TV Shows With Live Audiences

The coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. has caused some TV shows that film in front of live audiences to rethink the practice, at least temporarily.

‘One Day at a Time’ Creator Signs Overall Deal at Amazon

'One Day at a Time' co-creator Gloria Calderón Kellett has signed an overall deal with Amazon Studios, moving from her current home at Sony.

Imagen Awards Tackles Latinx Representation, Politics

“It’s a celebration of familia,” 'Queen of the South' showrunner Benjamin Lobato told THR on the red carpet of the Imagen Awards, which recognizes the Latinx community in entertainment.

How ‘One Day at a Time’s’ Move to Pop TV Will Work in Its Favor

Pop TV network president Brad Schwartz discusses how he'll use fellow critical darling 'Schitt's Creek' to promote 'One Day at a Time's' move from Netflix.

‘One Day at a Time’: Inside the Comedy’s Historic Comeback

Television miracles do not happen easily. Such was the case for 'One Day at a Time,' the reboot of Norman Lear's CBS hit that Netflix canceled four months ago. On Thursday, Pop TV — the CBS-owned niche cable network home to critical darling 'Schitt's Creek' and syndicated fare like 'Dawson's Creek' — revived the Latinx-themed comedy for a fourth season. The deal followed months of negotiations with multiple networks and streamers and executives at Sony Pictures Television, which produces the series.

‘One Day at a Time’ Cast, Creators, Fans Rejoice at Pop TV Revival

'One Day at a Time' fans, along with the cast and creators of the show, shared their joy online over Thursday's news of the comedy's revival at Pop TV.

‘One Day at a Time’ Revived for Season 4 at Pop

Norman Lear's 'One Day at a Time' reboot has been revived by Pop, the niche CBS-owned cable network, for a fourth season.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Norman Lear (‘One Day at a Time’ & ‘Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s All in the Family and The Jeffersons’)

Norman Lear reflects on the dark childhood that shaped his social conscience, the defining moments of his career, what keeps him working at 96 and whether Archie Bunker would have supported Donald Trump.

Rita Moreno Talks ‘One Day at a Time,’ ‘West Side Story’ Controversy and Marlon Brando

As Rita Moreno prepares to accept a Peabody Career Achievement Award on Saturday, she reveals how Steven Spielberg reassured her he wouldn't repeat the first 'West Side Story' mistakes and why she enjoyed working with Marlon Brando: "My absolute favorite."