One Day at a Time Season 4: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, and Plot
One Day at a Time Season 4
One Day at a Time is an American sitcom Comedy Television Show which offers a contemporary view of how life looks like in good and bad times, which can be made worthwhile with the healthy support of our loved ones. The series is primarily a Netflix-original comedy-drama but is also streamed on Pop TV. The series has inspired by Norman Lear’s 1975 sitcom CBS sitcom series, ‘One Day at a Time.’ The developers of the show include Gloria Calderon Kellet and Mike Royce.
The Netflix Original reimagines the original sitcom with a Hispanic Family. It follows the life of a newly single Army veteran Penelope and her Cuban family as they tide over the turbulent waves of life. Penelope tries to raise her two children into a strong-willed person and is ably supported by her “old school” mother and her building manager. Together, they navigate the ups and downs of life.
The series has been nominated for Prime Time Emmy Award and Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Comedy Series. Its first season was ranked among the top ten sitcom shows of the year. The feel-good emotional sitcom has earned 8.2/10 ratings on IMDb, 8.7/10 on TV.com, and 98% ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. In addition to all these, 96% of Google users have liked the show for its goofy content.
When is ‘One Day at a Time’ Season 4 Release Date?
One Day at a Time Season 4 is expected to release on Netflix in March 2020. We will keep you posted with the latest developments.
What is One Day at a Time Season 4 Trailer?
Season 4 Trailer of One Day at a Time is still awaited. Meanwhile, you can enjoy the Season 3 preview here-
What is One Day at a Time Season 4 Plot?
The Netflix Original is best suited for viewers above 18 years of age. The official synopsis of the spin-off sitcom series as revealed by Netflix is as follows-
“In a reimagining of the TV classic, a newly single Latina mother raises her teen daughter and tween son with the “help” of her old-school mom.”
The show revolves around the Cuban-American Alvarez family, who has presently settled in Los Angeles. Our prime focus in the show is on Penelope, who embraces multiple struggles in life. She raises two kids, takes care of her aging mother, and also deals with her own PTSD trauma from her Army days.
The modern reimagining of the original CBS sitcom has a simple storyline that portrays the daily struggles of life. The show is politically and socially relevant as it emphasizes some of the most pressing issues of modern society. Some of them include immigration disputes that Latino people have to face while living and working in the USA. The show also touches on issues like mental illness and the struggle of veteran soldiers with Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD).
The show doesn’t forget to highlight subjects like the role of religion in daily life and the social dogmas regarding matters like Homophobia, sexism, and racism. It provides a dialogue on depression and anxiety. It tries to showcase all the critical areas of concern that plague the Hispanic community in the US and the people across the globe.
However, the show approaches such grave issues through humor and heart-warming comedy. Such a friendly approach of the creators to present a serious discourse proves the dramatic brilliance of the sitcom.
The series has earned a whopping 99% overall score in Rotten Tomatoes for presenting critical issues to the rank and file. We expect the show to continue on the remarkable streak in Season 4 as well.
The sitcom series has earned bragging rights for its quality cast crew arsenal. Justina Machado plays the lead role of Penelope Alvarez, a divorced US Army veteran who has pledged to raise her two kids into a strong-willed human. Her teenage daughter is Elena Alvarez, whose role is played by Isabella Gomez. Marvel Ruiz has played the role of her tween son, Alex Alvarez.
We find Rita Moreno playing the role of Lydia Riera, the old-school Cuban mother. Dwayne Patrick ‘Pat’ Schneider is the best friend of Penelope and a close aid of the Alvarez family. His role is played by Todd Grinnell.