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Going old school has its perks, and One Day at a Time is an anomaly in the current TV era as a streaming-birthed series that was canceled and ultimately rescued by a cable TV network. Typically, it’s streaming that has saved those series canceled by linear TV.
The big upside to airing weekly for the creators and writers of the Norman Lear Latinx series is being able to write toward the topics and issues of what’s going on currently, rather than writing well in advance, banking them and dropping all the episodes at once.
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