This is it — again! One Day at a Time is getting a Netflix reboot from executive producer Norman Lear, who was behind the classic CBS sitcom.
The updated version of the series will be a multicamera comedy focusing on a Cuban-American family. The show will center on a newly single, ex-military mom who raises her edgy teenage daughter and smooth-talking tween son.
One Day at a Time premiered in December 1975 and ran for nine seasons. It starred Bonnie Franklin as a divorced mom raising her two teenage daughters, played by Valerie Bertinelli and Mackenzie Phillips.
Veteran TV producer Lear, who developed the original version, spoke about the reboot in August at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour, saying of series about Latino families: "There isn’t enough of it, and I think it's a rich idea."
One Day at a Time has landed a 13-episode order and follows Netflix's Full House reboot Fuller House, which launches in February.
Pat Harrington Jr., who played slimy superintendent Dwayne Schneider on One Day, died last week at age 86.
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