Still, the show had a strong fan base and people expressed their disappointment on social media that the show wouldn't return.
Fans reacted angrily to Netflix's Twitter announcement, which read: 'We've made the very hard decision not to renew One Day At A Time for a fourth season. The Hollywood Reporter clarified that even if it is bought, Netflix would own the first three seasons. "We've worked on many shows, but never have we experienced the outpouring of love, connection, and support like we have with ODAAT", the statement continued.
Netflix announced that it's cancelling Latinx show 'One Day At A Time, ' which caused fans and cast members to share their thoughts on social media at the news.
"We don't deserve One Day At A Time and One Day At A Time doesn't deserve this", TV Guide features editor Krutika Mallikarjuna said on Twitter.
'This was a very hard decision and we're thankful to all the fans who've supported the series, our partners at Sony, and all the critics who embraced it.
According to another individual with knowledge of the decision, the show simply did not garner enough viewership to justify a fourth season, particularly given the fact that it was produced by an outside studio. We love this family we made on and off screen. "We worked with the best, most giving and talented cast, writers and crew ever, as well as the incomparable Norman Lear. Either way our three seasons will always exist be there for you and for us".
On Twitter, executive producer Mike Royce spoke out about the news, expressing gratitude to One Day at a Time fans and revealing that Sony, which produced the show, had plans to shop it to another network.