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One Day at a Time was one of my favorite sitcoms back in the day. Watching Ann Romano navigate the waters of parenthood, divorce, living in an extended family, and her often annoying (but lovable) handyman, Dwayne Schneider was always the high point of my week.
That’s why I’m so excited that Netflix has revived one of my all time favorite comedies, One Day at a Time with an all-new reboot. It’s so exciting! It’s taking a new approach to an old favorite, and I could not be happier about it!
One Day at a Time is NOW on Netflix!
As a child, I loved the original show purely for the funny factor. It was just fun. As I’ve gotten older and had more life experience, I’ve come to appreciate the show for much more than I did when I was younger. I’ve come to understand that although the show is quite funny, there are some real life themes in there that add to the real feel of the show. From the divorce of Ann to her divorce lawyer falling in love with her to Ann trying to find a way to resist the urge to over-parent her fully grown children, this show is about funny, family, and a touch of drama.
The new One Day at a Time reboot looks to take all the great themes of the original show and bring it into today’s modern times with a new sensibility.
Here’s what the boilerplate has to say:
This new Netflix show comes from legendary producer Norman Lear, known for his hit-TV shows Sanford and Son, All in the Family, The Jefferson, as well as the original One Day at a Time. This new take on the original show follows a Latino-American family and their cross-generational experiences. The series, a multi-camera comedy, will follow three generations of the same Cuban-American family living in the same house: a newly divorced former military mother, her teenage daughter and tween son, and her old-school mother.
Sounds good right? Take a look at this One Day at a Time Preview to get a sneak peek, as well.
I live in a multi-generational household, with a Hispanic Father-in-Law, so I’m especially fond of the original show and the reboot. I love watching tv as a family and especially love shows that focus on the more wholesome side of family life, rather than something that’s either overly angsty or so far beyond off-color. I mean, it is crazy how many shows on tv today, that claim to be family-friendly, that I won’t allow my kids to watch. This new take on my old favorite is going to be a hit, I’m sure.
Start the New Year on a Funny Note with One Day at a Time
In the past few years, reboots have become the norm, and while some people like to crack on them, I think they’re great. I LOVE to see how a new generation will approach an old classic, and that’s what I’m looking forward to on the new Netflix Original One Day at a Time. Be sure to watch and come back and let me know what you think 🙂
Are you just as excited as I am for the One Day at a Time reboot?
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