The show's producer, Sony Pictures Television, is reportedly planning on shopping the series around at other outlets, in an attempt to find "One Day at a Time" a home somewhere else.
This is the end of the road for Netflix's reboot of One Day at a Time.
On their official Twitter account, Netflix shared the following message with the cast, crew, and fans: "Thank you, Norman Lear, for bringing this series back to television". A newly-single mom and military veteran (Justina Machado) journeys through the triumphs and tribulations that come with raising two strong-willed, mega-millennial children (Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz), all the while enlisting the "help" of her old-school mother (Rita Moreno) and her building manager-turned-invaluable confidante (Todd Grinnell).
"It's been a great honor to work with the legendary Norman Lear", Netflix COO Ted Sarandos said in a statement.More news: Former Eagles WR Golden Tate stays in the NFC East
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One day, TV networks and streaming sites are going to learn to stop cancelling Lin-Manuel Miranda's favorite shows.
Meanwhile, all 3 seasons of "One Day at a Time" are available to stream now on Netflix.
'This was a very hard decision and we're thankful to all the fans who've supported the series, our partners at Sony, and all the critics who embraced it.
A tweet on a Netflix company account said not enough people watched to justify renewing it, and called the cancellation a hard step.
"And to anyone who felt seen or represented-possibly for the first time-by ODAAT, please don't take this as an indication your story is not important", Netflix tweeted. One Day at a Time is produced by Sony, which makes it a little more complicated, but E! "The outpouring of love for this show is a firm reminder to us that we must continue finding ways to tell these stories".