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One Day at a Time could have been canceled at Netflix, however like Lydia Riera (Rita Moreno), nobody is able to say goodbye simply but.
The information of the beloved sitcom’s cancellation, which the streaming service introduced on Thursday, has prompted an outpouring of affection for the present on social media, the place followers are calling on different networks to avoid wasting the sequence.
“We had the time of our lives making this present,” co-showrunners Gloria Calderón Kellett and Mike Royce mentioned in a press release, which Royce tweeted. Royce additionally expressed his gratitude to One Day at a Time followers and revealed that Sony, which produced the present, plans to buy the sitcom to different networks.
In a thread, Kellett echoed Royce’s hope that the present may “discover a residence elsewhere.” She additionally gave herself a “pep speak,” writing, “We go on. We sit within the gratitude of attending to do the factor. And we maintain going in order that we are able to hopefully do it once more & once more. That is the gig.”
Lin-Manuel Miranda, who shared Kellett and Royce’s assertion, even suggested a possible new residence for the sequence. “Hey @nbc…I hear you want comedies with built-in fan bases that do even higher on YOUR community than at their earlier properties…#saveODAAT,” Miranda wrote. Miranda, who just lately guest-starred on Brooklyn 9-9, was additionally a distinguished superstar behind the net marketing campaign to avoid wasting that sitcom, which was canceled at Fox however saved by NBC (the place it has been renewed for a seventh season).
— Mike Royce (@MikeRoyce) March 14, 2019
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 14, 2019
However we go on. We sit within the gratitude of attending to do the factor. And we maintain going in order that we are able to hopefully do it once more & once more. That is the gig. Heartbreak is a part of it. However imagine in miracles. I do. Good luck!
— Gloria Calderón Kellett (@everythingloria) March 14, 2019
Brooklyn 9-9‘s Stephanie Beatriz, who appeared in One Day at a Time‘s Season Three premiere alongside 9-9 co-star Melissa Fumero, shared an anecdote from her time on the set, when Moreno invited the pair to her dressing room. “Once I was younger I obsessed over Rita,” Beatriz wrote. “I had her photos on my wall as PROOF that I too could possibly be on television, within the motion pictures.”
— Stephanie Beatriz (@iamstephbeatz) March 14, 2019
Forged members Justina Machado, Isabella Gomez, Todd Grinnell, and Stephen Tobolowsky additionally weighed in, expressing their gratitude for the present.
“One Day at a Time had what tv used pray for: nice high quality, nice opinions, passionate fan base. Like Star Trek. Like Deadwood,” Tobolowsky wrote. “What I discovered some time again is that there’s all the time a closing evening. Typically it comes too quickly.”
Grinnell, who mentioned he is “preserving the religion” that the present will stay on, concluded by calling again to certainly one of his character’s strains in Season 3: “Do not give up earlier than the miracle occurs.”
I am so grateful to have performed Penelope Alvarez. I do not even know how you can start to precise my gratitude to everybody. Actually, I’m so honored that we received to inform our tales .Sure it was a Latinx household however it was a common story about household and love. An American Familia ❤️
— Justina Machado (@JustinaMachado) March 14, 2019
My coronary heart is breaking, however I nonetheless can not help however thank Netflix for giving the Alvarez household a house for Three years and for altering my life… and to the followers: familia para siempre. I received you. ❤️ https://t.co/ECvLXaJoqP
— Isabella Gomez (@Isabella_Gomez) March 14, 2019
That is heartbreaking and I so want it wasn’t true. However I am preserving the religion that @OneDayAtATime finds a brand new residence. THANK YOU to all of you who’ve watched and supported. We see you and we love you. Do not give up earlier than the miracle occurs ; ) https://t.co/00Fzgmv5YU
— Todd Grinnell 🦋 (@toddgrinnell) March 14, 2019
One Day at a Time had what tv used pray for: nice high quality, nice opinions, passionate fan base. Like Star Trek. Like Deadwood. What I discovered some time again is that there’s all the time a closing evening. Typically it comes too quickly.
— Stephen Tobolowsky (@Tobolowsky) March 14, 2019