One Day at a Time

Heather, Adam and Javier decide to watch 13 episodes at a time as they talk about sitcoms, laugh tracks, Cuban culture and which character they hated the most.  NetFreaks reviews One Day at a Time!

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One day at a Time is a reboot of the sitcom of the same name that aired from 1975 until 1984.  It starred Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli, and told the story of divorced mother Ann Romano, who moves her family to Indianapolis along with her two daughters.  

The reboot sees a shift in a variety of elements compared to the original, such as the casting of a Cuban family, a son taking the place of one of the daughter’s, and mother Penelope being a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, to name a few.  The reboot stars Rita Moreno and Justina Machado The original series was developed by Norman Lear, who served as a producer on the reboot.

Who watched the original?

Do we recommend the show?

Laugh tracks on Netflix

The Quinceanera

The portrayal of Cuban-Americans

Elena’s coming out

And as always we hand out our Who Dat and Series MVP awards!

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