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Canceled Sitcom Is Spared

Jun 27, 2019  •  Post A Comment

A comedy series that was recently canceled has been brought back to life, with the announcement today from Pop TV that it has picked up “One Day at a Time.” The pickup marks the first time a series that was canceled by Netflix has found a new home, according to media reports.

Pop ordered a 13-episode fourth season, which will premiere in 2020. The move comes after a deal was hammered out between producer Sony Pictures Television and CBS Corp.-owned Pop TV, and after the show’s cancellation by Netflix triggered a groundswell of vocal support for the show.

The channel also reportedly acquired the linear rights to the first three seasons of “One Day at a Time.”

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  1. what a waste of time and effort, euthanise this show, plz

  2. btw, Rita Moreno, your carriage awaits, all aboard, time’s up

    • You are sick.

  3. This might be a good PR move. Yesterday, I was asking everyone I know that is not in the business, and they have never heard of POP TV. And One Day at a Time has a loyal, though small fan base. If this brings more people to at least check it out, it could be a valuable investment. After acquiring the 50% owned by Lionsgate in March it is also a chance to see how many streaming systems CBS can support. And if there is an opportunity to explore if they can create a potential competitor to HULU’s ad supported option.

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