It’s been nearly two months since Netflix ruthlessly had One Day At A Time cancelled; the Cuban take on Norman Lear’s iconic sitcom. Putting to blame general lack of viewership for not allowing One Day At A Time to continue on with a Season 4, Netflix paid no heed to mass fan campaigns calling for the show’s renewal. Showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett is; however, determined to bring the successful family sitcom back. The relentless creative had even plotted with friends Lin Manuel Miranda and Melissa Fumero to save her show. In fact, there were rounds that CBS All Access had shown a keen interest in picking up the show. However, soon the news of Netflix’s ability to veto any other network from acquiring One Day At A Time broke out. Thus, crushing all rumors. Kellett is; nevertheless, continuing her unabated struggle to bring back her show. She’s calling upon the ODAAT fans to vote for the show at the Tell Tale TV awards. As it will eventually help the comedy score a renewal.
Why Is Gloria Calderon Kellett Campaigning For One Day At A Time’s Victory At The Tell-Tale TV Awards?
So nice to still feel love for #ODAAT We're up for a few categories in the Tell Tale TV Awards. Favorite Streaming COMEDY, Fav actress: @Isabella_Gomez & @TheRitaMoreno , Fav actor: @toddgrinnell & fav finale. Go give us love. https://t.co/x533YAD137
— Gloria Calderón Kellett (@everythingloria) May 27, 2019
Tell Tale TV is a platform that dedicates itself to the provision of insightful and intelligent episodic reviews for various TV shows from across all networks and streaming services. The publication is consented by Tomatometer. Hence, allowing it to host annual awards that honor brilliant TV shows. Through its online-award-ceremony Tell Tale TV allows fame for new and returning comedies and dramas. This; subsequently, allows the honorees to perform successfully at various key award shows. In addition to, bagging awards Tell Tale TV attention is an opportunity for TV shows to exhibit themselves before a wider audience. Hence; for this reason, Gloria Calderon Kellett is campaigning for One Day At A Time’s victory at the awards.
Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez, Todd Grinnell Lead Tell Tale Races Along With One Day At A Time
In the final round, Kellett’s show is competing as a Favorite Cable or Streaming Comedy Series. And quite thankfully, One Day At A Time is leading the race with 41% of the total votes.
Isabella Gomez and Rita Moreno are both competing for the title of the Favorite Actress in a Cable or Streaming Comedy Series. While, on the other hand, Syd and Elena are vying to become the Tell Tale TV favorite couple. In the favorite actor race, Todd Grinnell is closely following Dan Levy with 21% of the total votes.
Voting is open from now through Thursday, May 30th at 8 pm EST. All awards are for the 2018-2019 Season, beginning with Summer of 2018. One Day At A Time Cancelled, Save One Day At A Time, Tell Tale TV Awards, One Day At A Time Season 3
The Struggle To Save One Day At A Time Continues
It was a dark day when Netflix canceled One Day A Time after its season 3. Ever since the show’s cancellation, its cast and crew, along with several other celebrities like Natalie Morales, have been fighting to save the show. Showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellet has established herself as an example for other executives through the efforts she’s been putting in to save her show. Kellet has a lot up her table, for instance, a free writing masterclass. Yet, she is pulling on every string to make her show come back to life again.
One Day At A Time on Netflix was a reboot of Norman Lear’s iconic 70’s sitcom. The new version of the show revolves around a Cuban-American family in LA and their struggles with mental illness, homophobia, and racism in the US — all timely issues that made the sitcom a critical success.