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Hopefully, fans new and old will stick with the Alvarez clan as One Day at a Time remains the little engine that could and its leading ladies demand your respect.
It's possible that the show sometimes overreaches for relevance. At this particular moment, however, it's both comforting and inspiring to watch as a family navigates the very real fact that they live on top of one another.
There are so many good One Day at a Time episodes, but The Politics Episode could be the best yet. It's out of left field and unexpected, and it's delightful.
One Day at a Time could not be a better representation of the human spirit right now.
The show is money-conscious, race-conscious, gender-conscious, but too funny and heartfelt to feel self-conscious.
Thankfully many things about One Day at a Time have remained intact in Season 4, including the show's phenomenal cast and its ability to churn out topical and compelling storylines episode after episode.
The census is a smart device to introduce ODAAT's characters to new Pop TV viewers who may not have seen the show before.
While little of the comedy's charm is missing, it does have an older vibe, largely due to the growth spurt of Alex.
It feels as though nothing has changed. It's all familiar and the characters are as funny and endearing as they always were. The writing is just as witty, too.
The season premiere of One Day at a Time proves that while the show may be on a new network, its spark hasn't burned out. In fact, it's brighter than ever.
If you're coming to it for the first time, you're watching a series that not only has some of the best actors working on sitcoms today, but they've been a TV family long enough that the chemistry among the cast is quite apparent.
Audience Reviews for One Day at a Time: Season 4
Jan 11, 2021It was just a boring show.
Nov 07, 2020I want to move into the building and be a secondn wacky neighbor to be adopted by this family.
Oct 23, 2020I'm 5 episodes into Season 4, the first away from Netflix, and I'm so happy to see the show is just as funny, moving, well-acted, and well-written as ever. I'm thrilled that CBS has added it to their lineup and that a 5th season is in the works. The spirit of the original still runs deep in this version. I especially love the true, loving, and respectful friendship between Penelope and Schneider— something that did not exist in the same way in the original.
Aug 22, 2020I love ODAAT so much! I want this family to adopt me. More to the point, I love how the show's creators have so perfectly captured the essence of classic 1970s Norman Lear, BUT in a show very much for today. Top notch. Smart, really funny, great performances and characters.
Jul 21, 2020I used to love every aspect of this show, especially feeling represented within the Latino culture, as well as the show's sense of humor. However, a huge flaw within the show is its one-sided political views. I felt as though all liberal values were accepted/praised and anything aside from these liberal values was wrong/unacceptable. As someone with a neutral political stance, I highly recommend keeping politics out of your show, it's too bold for you to assume that everyone in the audience agrees with these values. Not to mention that you are communicating to young conservatives, moderates, and independents that they are morally wrong for pursuing their values. Likewise, if a person doesn't agree with the views of the president or a certain political party consider encouraging people to learn to respect different political values instead of scolding the opposite side for having different views. There are no right or wrong political views here
Jul 19, 2020So many poc find it a struggle to find this type of representation. And when that's delivered with legitimately funny dialogue, fun/interesting plotline, and loveable, endearing characters, then I have absolutely no complaints. I'm just disappointed in Netflix for dropping this amazing show.
Jul 05, 2020You have butchered a classic show. How dare you .
Jul 03, 2020Very diverse and while still talking about day to day important issues still managed to leave a smile on your face!
Jun 29, 2020I REALLY want to like this show. I love, love, love Rita. I love Norman too. But it is just not funny.
Jun 19, 2020Hilarious, heart warming and educational.