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American Gospel Artist Lynda Randle released a single with the live performance music video of the song titled “One Day At a Time”. And the general outline is the same, although now the family is Cuban-American. (SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "THIS IS IT"). GLORIA ESTEFAN: (Singing) One. (I generally try to sing songs as originally written, but Christy Lane, who had a big hit with this song, also changed the lyrics, and I prefer.

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On the Set of One Day at a Time, Gloria Estefan Is Everyone’s Hero

Gloria Estefan and Rita Moreno. Photo: Sony Pictures Television

For two seasons, we’ve heard Gloria Estefan’s deep, raspy tone on One Day at a Time’s salsa theme song, a blessing of the highest Cuban-American order for Norman Lear’s reboot of his ’70s hit show. But on this summer day in Los Angeles, it’s not Estefan belting “This is it!” that has everyone’s attention. The pop star herself is on Stage 25 on the Sony Pictures Television lot playing Mirta, younger sister to Rita Moreno’s Lydia, and cracking everyone up in the process, even though the setting for the first episode of the third season — which launches on Netflix on February 8 — is a funeral. In one moment between takes, Estefan urges the day player who’s lying in the casket to hold her breath. When the woman obeys, she laughs, “No! I’m just kidding!” Later, during a rehearsal, when Moreno winces “Oww!” as Estefan’s big ring jams her finger while they hold hands, Estefan quips, “I’m sorry, but I probably did it on purpose.”

Estefan has such an easygoing manner and natural gift for sitcom rhythms — wait ’til you hear her angrily utter “worthless piece of caca” — that it feels like she’s been a part of the Alvarez family shenanigans since day one. But her presence, honestly, is freaking everyone out.

“She’s the queen of Miami!” says ODAAT co-producer Debby Wolfe, who wrote the season premiere and grew up in Estefan’s hometown. “She’s my queen. She’s one of my heroes growing up, so it’s surreal to be in a situation where your hero is saying words that you’ve written for her.”

If that seems like hyperbole, consider that Justina Machado’s mother and stepfather flew in from Chicago just for tape night, and guest star Melissa Fumero’s mother screamed into the phone when Fumero told her she’d be playing Estefan’s daughter.

“We were going crazy that week,” Machado, the star of the show, recalled later. “What this woman represents to every Latino family — she was the biggest crossover. When I was a little girl, everybody was playing Conga on their boom box. We finally recognized ourselves in the mainstream. That’s what Gloria Estefan did. That’s what Miami Sound Machine did, and continues to do. She and her husband are phenomenal human beings, and to hang out with her and see that she is for real — oh my God, we were all running around completely crazy.”

Fumero, who is Cuban-American, also grew up listening to Estefan’s music. “I told Gloria how when Mi Tierra came out, my mom sat me down and made me listen to the songs and talked to me about how it reminded her of home and she cried,” she said. “And I saw On Your Feetand I loved it. So it’s really weird and amazing to be sitting next to her and try to be chill and casual. And I’m playing her daughter! I just want to burst into tears!”

“The Funeral” is one of those One Day at a Time stand-alone episodes that has a little bit of everything. There’s insane sibling rivalry that manifests into competitive singing and dancing between Moreno and Estefan, a broken BFF relationship, a teachable moment for Elena (Isabella Gomez), and the joy of hearing Schneider (Todd Grinnell) swear “Te lo juro!” It even includes Mirta and Lydia hate-singing “Ave Maria” together, the one part of the acting gig that makes the international superstar nervous, but gives goosebumps to almost everyone else on the soundstage. “That is a song I have avoided like the plague singing my entire life,” Estefan says. “When we started out, we played at a gazillion weddings where they would hire someone to sing the ‘Ave Maria’ and they’d be out of tune or something funky would happen.”

At the center of the episode is the long-standing fight between Lydia and Mirta over a lost family mantilla, a lace veil or shawl that is traditionally handed down through generations and used in weddings. In last season’s eighth episode, “What Happened,” viewers learned that Lydia hasn’t spoken to her younger sister in 20 years because she believes Mirta stole a mantilla that belonged to their grandmother, who stole it from her grandmother’s sister.

Photo: Sony Pictures Television

Estefan’s appearance may seem like classic third-season stunt casting, but co-showrunners Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce have been trying to land the three-time Grammy winner since they began developing the show. A fan of Lear’s original, Estefan has always wanted to act on the series — “I’ve watched every single episode many times over,” she says during a break in her dressing room — but her mother’s illness and subsequent death kept her in Miami when the show was in production the last two years.

“I’m so glad it worked out for this one because this episode is hilarious. There’s nothing funnier — I mean, not literally — than a Cuban funeral. Who hasn’t been to one and things go down?” Estefan says. “Rita’s my big sister and we’ve been fighting for 20 years over a piece of lace, each one accusing the other one. Stuff like that happens in families all the time, but the absurdity is what I love because it happens for real.”

The mantilla drama in this case is so real, in fact, that Kellett hesitates before revealing its origin story for fear of offending her family members. “This is such real shit in my family,” she says and then inhales and exhales. “Okay, here we go.”

The facts are these: The mantilla that Kellett wore in her 2001 wedding was sewn by her grandmother and has since gone missing. Kellett believes it’s just been misplaced, as family members have moved. But some of her relatives believe it’s been stolen, much like Lydia and Mirta suspect of each other. After Kellett’s relatives watched the episode where the feud was introduced last season, one cousin called saying she was upset that Kellett had aired her dirty laundry. As it turned out, that cousin also had a missing mantilla and there had been a falling out on that side of the family.

“I had to reassure her that this was not her family’s mantilla story,” Kellett says. “It was my mantilla story and we had moved past it, and I told her I hope they did too. We joke about it now, but this is the beauty of writing when a community is starved of stories. All of a sudden, we get to tell our stories, and there’s obviously going to be overlap because these are issues in our community.”

Although there is no mantilla custom in Wolfe’s family, writing the episode came easily because her family holds nonsensical resentments, too.I always have to go through the list with my mother. Are we talking to him? No, we’re not talking to that bitch anymore. I’m like, what? And the thing is, most of the time she can’t even remember what started the grudge,” said Wolfe, whose mother is from El Salvador.

If the episode highlights the pitfalls of relatives taking each other for granted, that feeling is nowhere to be found on set. Though Lydia refers to her younger sister as la diabla, in real life Moreno says she and Estefan, who are friends, get along like “bread and butter.” (Still, she wants to spread the word that Estefan is no angel: “She’s hilarious when she tells stories and she loves dirty jokes. Tell everybody!”) Besides, the production has reason to celebrate being there at all: For a while last year, as Netflix stalled on renewing the show, it appeared One Day at a Time was on the verge of cancellation, until the showrunners galvanized online support, topped by a letter to Netflix from the National Hispanic Media Coalition signed by several arts and civil-rights organizations urging them to give the show another shot. The campaign worked, and the show’s writers couldn’t be more grateful to be expanding the Alvarez story for 13 more episodes.

A critical darling from the beginning, One Day at a Time ended both of its previous seasons on many prestigious top TV lists and was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for its second season. But it has not been nominated in any major category for a Golden Globe or Emmy, a touchy subject that was front and center the week that “The Funeral” was being taped, as the 2018 Emmy nominations were announced and no Latinx actors or Latinx-centered shows were recognized.

“We should have been nominated as best show, among others,” said Moreno, one of the country’s 15 EGOT winners. “It’s astonishing to me. I don’t see any other shows doing what we do, with these dramatic scenes and stuff like that. It’s so touching and it’s so legitimate. Not over the top, ’cause it would be very easy to get very melodramatic. We don’t do that. We’re very careful. It kills me.”

Estefan empathizes with her friend’s disappointment because she’s been there. Her popular autobiographical musical On Your Feet received only one Tony nomination (choreography) and Estefan won her first Grammy in 1993 for her Spanish-language album Mi Tierra, even though she had been the queen of Latin pop for over a decade with several English-language hits.

“The truth is the award is two seconds, and people don’t even remember,” says Estefan upon learning that ODAAT wasn’t recognized. “If you ask anybody else, Who won an Emmy last year?, they’re not gonna know. What this show is and how it reflects our culture does so much more for us and our image than winning an award. We never went to the studio thinking we were going to write a hit. We wrote songs that mattered to us and that we thought were cool. When they told us to change stuff, we didn’t. If we were gonna succeed, we were gonna succeed at who we are, not a formula that anybody can do. That’s what you have to focus on. It’s disappointing, of course, to the people working so hard to put the show together, and it’s such a great show, but you just have to remember why you’re doing this. What other reason is there to make art?”

Estefan’s point is well-taken later in the afternoon when she, Machado, Moreno, and Gomezare joined for the last scene in the Alvarez living room by Fumero and her Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-star Stephanie Beatriz, who is playing Pilar, the deceased woman’s niece.“It doesn’t feel real,” says Beatriz, of performing in a scene with five other Latina actors, two of whom are icons. “To be here with them is such a huge thing, but then to be here with them for this episode which does this very understated fun job of showing how there are so many colors to the community, it means a lot.”

From the beginning, One Day at a Time’ssecret sauce has been deftly telling universal stories from the specific cultural point of a view of a Cuban exile. “The Funeral” tells a hilariously relatable tale about petty family squabbles, but the episode stands out most for the precedent it sets: five established Latinx performers commandeering an episode of television. Add Gomez, who shines going toe-to-toe with Beatriz, and the result is historic.

“I do love the last scene of our season premiere,” Royce says. “It’s a farcical scene with physical comedy and lots of callbacks, dare I say, a bit like something you’d see on Frasier. But instead it’s filled with Latinx characters and cultural details, played brilliantly by these six Latinx forces of nature, not to mention written by a Latinx writer. That is just a great thing to see on television and I’m proud to be a part of putting it there.”

Machado’s eyes water recalling that week of work. “There have been so many incredible moments working on this show, so many times that I look up and I see Rita Moreno or Norman Lear and I can’t believe it,” she said. “Now, Gloria Estefan. Seriously? This is the greatest part I’ve ever had.”

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On the Set of ODAAT, Gloria Estefan Is Everyone’s HeroИсточник: https://www.vulture.com/2019/02/one-day-at-a-time-season-3-gloria-estefan.html

Daniel O'Donnell One Day At A Time lyrics

I'm only human, I'm just a man
Help me believe and all I can be and all that I am
Show me the stairway I have to climb
Lord, for my sake please teach me to take one day at a time.

One day at a timesweet Jesus
That's all I'm asking of you
Just give me the strength to do everyday
What I have to do.

Yesterday's gone, sweet Jesus
And tomorrow may never be mine
Lord, help me today, show me the way
One day at a time.

--- Instrumental ---

Do you remember
When You walked among men
Well Jesus, you know if you're looking below
It's worse now than then.

There's pushing and shoving
And crowding my mind
So, for my sake teach me to take
One day at a time.

One day at a time, sweet Jesus
That's all I'm asking of you
Just give me the strength
To do everyday what I have to do.

Yesterday's gone, sweet Jesus
And tomorrow may never be mine
Lord, help me today, show me the way
One day at a time.

Lord, help me today show me the way
One day at a time...

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‘One Day at a Time’ Theme Song Is Gone, and What Else to Expect as It Moves to Pop TV

This is it: “One Day at a Time” will move to Pop TV without its catchy theme song. Pop icon Gloria Estefan recorded the updated, Cuban-flavored take on the “One Day at a Time” theme for the remake on Netflix, and it opened the show’s first three seasons.

But in moving to commercial TV, where episodes must fit a 21-minute window, something had to go — and that meant trimming the opening credits down to a simple title card.

“It’s OK, it’s on YouTube,” executive producer Gloria Calderón Kellett told reporters on Monday at the Television Critics Association press tour. “Gloria Estefan’s going to be OK. We’ll tell people it’s there, and we’ll still tweet about it. But we don’t have that 50 seconds, we need it for the show.”

Fellow executive producer Mike Royce suggested that fans who miss the opening credits can hit pause, play the theme song, and then resume watching the episode.

That’s one noticeable change to “One Day at a Time” as it moves to Pop TV in its fourth season, along with the fact that the show will now air on a weekly basis — rather than be released all at once.

“We’re excited to be on once a week,” Royce said. “We’re going to buy America a watercooler for each home.”

Calderón Kellett said she was always struck by how quickly people would binge “One Day at a Time,” and then not have any more episodes to watch for another year.

“It took so long to make that!” she said. Now, “we feel like we get to sit in the yummyness of each episode and have a conversation about that. Our fan base is largely social media based so we can talk each week with them.”

Royce said new to the show are commercial act breaks and a slightly shorter run time, “but I don’t think we’re going to try to change the ability to let it breathe sometimes.”

Beyond that, the show will stick to its mix of family comedy and socially conscious storylines. “It’s like an actor’s dream,” star Justina Machado said of tackling the show’s scripts.

Added Todd Grinnell, who plays Schneider: “I feel safe, whatever comes to us in any script. I find it amazing they can tackle these issues and have a heartfelt moment and then a joke at the same time.”

After Netflix decided not to move forward with a fourth season of “One Day at a Time,” the fate of the show was uncertain — particularly due to complicated rights issues that prevented the show from moving to another streamer. Sony Pictures TV eventually crafted a deal for a new season that included an initial run on Pop TV and a secondary window on CBS.

“Our decision was bolstered by a extremely passionate fanbase,” said Pop TV topper Brad Schwartz. “It’s a groundbreaking series today as it was a generation ago, and that is where Pop TV really shines. It’s profoundly personal to those who can relate and also instantly universal.”

Said Brent Miller, who runs Act III Prods. with Norman Lear: “One of the beauties of being with Sony is they worked their butts off to make sure they didn’t give up on this show. They did an amazing job.”

Lear, Rita Moreno and Stephen Tobolowsky were also a part of the panel: “I can’t believe what a trajectory this outrageous career has taken,” Moreno said.

Royce added that there is one more thing that has changed with the show’s move to Pop TV: “One Day at a Time” will now see its Nielsen ratings. “Netflix doesn’t release numbers, so I’m happy to reveal we were the highest-rated series on Netflix,” he quipped. “It’s puzzling.”

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Источник: https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/one-day-at-a-time-theme-song-gloria-estefan-pop-tv-1203465985/

On the Set of One Day at a Time, Gloria Estefan Is Everyone’s Hero

Gloria Estefan and Rita Moreno. Photo: Sony Pictures Television

For two seasons, we’ve heard Gloria Estefan’s deep, raspy tone on One Day at a Time’s salsa theme song, a blessing of the highest Cuban-American order for Norman Lear’s reboot of his ’70s hit show. But on this summer day in Los Angeles, it’s not Estefan belting “This is it!” that has everyone’s attention. The pop star herself is on Stage 25 on the Sony Pictures Television lot playing Mirta, younger sister to Rita Moreno’s Lydia, and cracking everyone up in the process, even though the setting for the first episode of the third season — which launches on Netflix on February 8 — is a funeral. In one moment between takes, Estefan urges the day player who’s lying in the casket to hold her breath. When the woman obeys, she laughs, “No! I’m just kidding!” Later, during a rehearsal, when Moreno winces “Oww!” as Estefan’s big ring jams her finger while they hold hands, Estefan quips, “I’m sorry, but I probably did it on purpose.”

Estefan has such an easygoing manner and natural gift for sitcom rhythms — wait ’til you hear her angrily utter “worthless piece of caca” — that it feels like she’s been a part of the Alvarez family shenanigans since day one. But her presence, honestly, is freaking everyone out.

“She’s the queen of Miami!” says ODAAT co-producer Debby Wolfe, who wrote the season premiere and grew up in Estefan’s hometown. “She’s my queen. She’s one of my heroes growing up, so it’s surreal to be in a situation where your hero is saying words that you’ve written for her.”

If that seems like hyperbole, consider that Justina Machado’s mother and stepfather flew in from Chicago just for tape night, and guest star Melissa Fumero’s mother screamed into the phone when Fumero told her she’d be playing Estefan’s daughter.

“We were going crazy that week,” Machado, the star of the show, recalled later. “What this woman represents to every Latino family — she was the biggest crossover. When I was a little girl, everybody was playing Conga on their boom box. We finally recognized ourselves in the mainstream. That’s what Gloria Estefan did. That’s what Miami Sound Machine did, and continues to do. She and her husband are one day at a time song human beings, and to hang out with her and see that she is for real — oh my God, we were all running around completely crazy.”

Fumero, who is Cuban-American, also grew up listening to Estefan’s music. “I told Gloria how when Mi Tierra came out, my mom sat me down and made me listen to the songs and talked to me about how it reminded her of home and she cried,” she said. “And I saw On Your Feetand I loved it. So it’s really weird and amazing to be sitting next to her and try to be chill and casual. And I’m playing her daughter! I just want to burst into tears!”

“The Funeral” is one of those One Day at a Time stand-alone episodes that has a little bit of everything. There’s insane sibling rivalry that manifests into competitive singing and dancing between Moreno and Estefan, a broken BFF relationship, a teachable moment for Elena (Isabella Gomez), and the joy of hearing Schneider (Todd Grinnell) swear “Te lo juro!” It even includes Mirta and Lydia hate-singing “Ave Maria” together, the one part of the acting gig that makes the international superstar nervous, but gives goosebumps to almost everyone else on the soundstage. “That is one day at a time song song I have avoided like the plague singing my entire life,” Estefan says. “When we started out, we played at a gazillion weddings where they would hire someone to sing the ‘Ave Maria’ and they’d be out of tune or something funky would happen.”

At the center of the episode is the long-standing fight between Lydia and Mirta over a lost family mantilla, a lace veil or shawl that m myfreecams co traditionally handed down through generations and used in weddings. In last season’s eighth episode, “What Happened,” viewers learned that Lydia hasn’t spoken to her younger sister in 20 years because she believes Mirta stole a mantilla that belonged to their grandmother, who stole it from her grandmother’s sister.

Photo: Sony Pictures Television

Estefan’s appearance may seem like classic third-season stunt casting, but co-showrunners Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce have been trying to land the three-time Grammy winner since they began developing the show. A one day at a time song of Lear’s original, Estefan has always wanted to act on the series — “I’ve watched every single episode many times over,” she says during a break in her dressing room — but her mother’s illness and subsequent death kept her in Miami when the show was in production the last two years.

“I’m so glad it worked out for this one because this episode is hilarious. There’s nothing funnier — I mean, not literally — than a Cuban funeral. Who hasn’t been to one and things go down?” Estefan says. “Rita’s my big sister and we’ve been fighting for 20 years over a piece of lace, each one accusing the other one. Stuff like that happens in families all the time, but the absurdity is what I love because it happens for real.”

The mantilla drama in this case is so real, in fact, that Kellett hesitates before revealing its origin story for fear of offending her family members. “This is such real shit in my family,” she says and then inhales and exhales. “Okay, here we go.”

The facts are these: The mantilla that Kellett wore in her 2001 wedding was sewn by her grandmother and has since gone missing. Kellett believes it’s just been misplaced, as family members have moved. But some of her relatives believe it’s been stolen, much like Lydia and Mirta suspect of each other. After Kellett’s relatives watched the episode where the feud was introduced last season, one cousin called saying she was upset that Kellett had aired her dirty laundry. As it turned out, that cousin also had a missing mantilla and there had been a falling out on that side of the family.

“I had to reassure her that this was not her family’s mantilla story,” Kellett says. “It was my mantilla story and we had moved past it, and I told her I hope they did too. We joke about it now, but this is the beauty of writing when a community is starved of stories. All of a sudden, we get to tell our stories, and there’s obviously going to be overlap because these are issues in our community.”

Although there is no mantilla custom in Wolfe’s family, writing the episode came easily because her family holds nonsensical resentments, too.I always have to go through the list with my mother. Are we talking to him? No, we’re not talking to that bitch anymore. I’m like, what? And the thing is, most of the time she can’t even remember what started the grudge,” said Wolfe, whose mother is from El Salvador.

If the episode highlights the pitfalls one day at a time song relatives taking each other for granted, that feeling is nowhere to be found on set. Though Lydia refers to her younger sister as la diabla, in real life Moreno says she and Estefan, who are friends, get along like “bread and butter.” (Still, she wants to spread the word that Estefan is no angel: “She’s hilarious when she tells stories and she loves dirty jokes. Tell everybody!”) Besides, the production has reason to celebrate being there at all: For a while last year, as Netflix stalled on renewing the show, it appeared One Day at a Time was on the verge of cancellation, until the showrunners galvanized online support, topped by a letter to Netflix from the National Hispanic Media Coalition signed by several arts and civil-rights organizations urging them to give the show another shot. The campaign worked, and the show’s writers couldn’t be more grateful to be expanding the Alvarez story for 13 more episodes.

A critical darling from the beginning, One Day at a Time ended both of its previous seasons on many prestigious top TV lists and was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for its second season. But it has not been nominated in any major category for a Golden Globe or Emmy, a touchy subject that was front and center the week that “The Funeral” was being taped, as the 2018 Emmy nominations were announced and no Latinx actors or Latinx-centered shows were recognized.

“We should have been nominated as best show, among others,” said Moreno, one of the country’s 15 EGOT winners. “It’s astonishing to me. I don’t see any other shows doing what we do, with these dramatic scenes and stuff like that. It’s so touching and it’s so legitimate. Not over the top, ’cause it would be very easy to get very melodramatic. We don’t do that. We’re very careful. It kills me.”

Estefan empathizes with her friend’s disappointment because she’s been there. Her popular autobiographical musical On Your Feet received only one Tony nomination (choreography) and Estefan won her first Grammy in 1993 for her Spanish-language album Mi Tierra, even though she had been the queen of Latin pop for over a decade with several English-language hits.

“The truth is the award is two seconds, and people don’t even remember,” says Estefan upon learning that ODAAT wasn’t recognized. “If you ask anybody else, Who won an Emmy last year?, they’re not gonna know. What this show is and how it reflects our culture does so much more for us and our image than winning an award. We never went to the studio thinking we were going to write a hit. We wrote songs that mattered to us and that we thought were cool. When they told us to change stuff, we didn’t. If we were gonna succeed, we were gonna succeed at who we are, not a formula that anybody can do. That’s what you have to focus on. It’s disappointing, of course, to the people working so hard to put the show betrayal at house on the hill reddit, and it’s such a great show, but you just have to remember why you’re doing this. What other reason is there to make art?”

Estefan’s point is well-taken later in the afternoon when she, Machado, Moreno, and Gomezare joined for the last scene in the Alvarez living room by Fumero and her Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-star Stephanie Beatriz, who is playing Pilar, the deceased woman’s niece.“It doesn’t feel real,” says Beatriz, of performing in a scene with five other Latina actors, two of whom are icons. “To be here with them is such a huge thing, but then to be here with them for this episode which does this very understated fun job of showing how there are so many colors to the community, it means a lot.”

From the beginning, One Day at a Time’ssecret sauce has been deftly telling universal stories from the specific cultural point of a view of a Cuban exile. “The Funeral” tells a hilariously relatable tale about petty family squabbles, but the episode stands out most for the precedent it sets: five established Latinx performers commandeering an episode of television. Add Gomez, who shines going toe-to-toe with Beatriz, and the result is historic.

“I do love the last scene of our season premiere,” Royce says. “It’s a farcical scene with physical comedy and lots of callbacks, dare I say, a bit like something you’d see on Frasier. But instead it’s filled with Latinx characters and cultural details, played brilliantly by these six Latinx forces of nature, not to mention written by a Latinx writer. That is just a great thing to see on television and I’m proud to be a part of putting it there.”

Machado’s eyes water recalling that week of work. “There have been so many incredible moments working on this show, so many times that I look up and I see Rita Moreno or Norman Lear and I can’t believe it,” she said. “Now, Gloria Estefan. Seriously? This is the greatest part I’ve ever had.”

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I'm only human, I'm just a man
Help me believe and all I can be and all that I am
Show me the stairway I have to climb
Lord, for my sake please teach me to take one day at a time.

One day at a timesweet Jesus
That's all I'm asking of you
Just give me the strength to do everyday
What I have to do.

Yesterday's gone, sweet Jesus
And tomorrow may never be mine
Lord, help me today, show me the way
One day at a time.

--- One day at a time song ---

Do you remember
When You walked among men
Well Jesus, you know if you're looking below
It's worse now than then.

There's pushing and shoving
And crowding my mind
So, for my sake teach me to take
One day at a time.

One day at a time, sweet Jesus
That's all I'm asking of you
Just give me the strength
To do everyday what I have to do.

Yesterday's gone, sweet Jesus
And tomorrow may never be mine
Lord, help me today, show me the way
One day at a time.

Lord, help me today show me the way
One day at a time.

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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.
Starring:Justina Machado, Rita Moreno, Todd Grinnell
Creators:Whitney Blake, Allan Manings, Norman Lear, Gloria Calderón Kellett, Mike Royce
Norman Lear, who developed the original 1975-84 show, executive produced this reboot starring Oscar winner Rita Moreno.

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One Day at a Time

Watch This Is It. Episode 1 of Season 1.

Penelope tries to convince her feminist daughter Elena to have a traditional quinceañera to celebrate her 15th birthday and to honor her Cuban roots.

Watch Bobos and Mamitas. Episode 2 of Season 1.

When Penelope and Elena complain about not being taken seriously as women at work and school, Lydia offers advice from an older generation.

Watch No Mass. Episode 3 of Season 1.

When Lydia disappears after a heated argument with her daughter about religion, the smooth running of the household falls apart in her absence.

Watch A Snowman's Tale. Episode 4 of Season 1.

Penelope suddenly finds herself back in the dating game after Schneider shows her how to use an online app for meeting people.

Watch Strays. Episode 5 of Season 1.

Lydia grows suspicious of Elena and Carmen's intense relationship. Penelope later discovers that the inseparable friends are keeping a big secret.

Watch The Death of Mrs. Resnick. Episode 6 of Season 1.

When Penelope's faithful car finally breaks down for good and she's forced to trade it in, she meets a kindred spirit in the unlikeliest of places.

Watch Hold, Please. Episode 7 of Season 1.

While navigating her way through an endless maze of red tape with Veterans Affairs to make a medical appointment, Penelope reaches her breaking point.

Watch One Lie at a Time. Episode 8 of Season 1.

Penelope tells her family she has a date and Lydia says she's going to church, but each secretly goes elsewhere. Meanwhile, Elena tests an attraction.

Watch Viva Cuba. Episode 9 of Season 1.

Elena gets a congratulatory letter that leaves a bitter taste in her mouth. For a school project, Alex interviews Lydia, who reveals a family secret.

Watch Sex Talk. Episode 10 of Season 1.

When Penelope finds porn on Alex's laptop, she struggles to talk to him about sex, but their reluctant conversation leads to a surprising discovery.

Watch Pride & Prejudice. Episode 11 of Season 1.

Although she wants to be accepting and open-minded, Penelope feels weird about Elena's revelation. Seeking advice, she makes an unexpected connection.

Watch Hurricane Victor. Episode 12 of Season 1.

Just when Penelope starts to date again, her estranged husband Victor makes a surprise visit home that rekindles old feelings between them.

Watch Quinces. Episode 13 of Season 1.

Everyone pitches in to prepare for Elena's quinceañera. While rehearsing their father-daughter dance, Elena reveals a truth about herself to her dad.

Watch The Turn. Episode 1 of Season 2.

Penelope worries about changes she sees in Alex, fidelity bank and trust anamosa iowa gets in trouble at school. Elena wonders if others are misidentifying her based on her appearance.

Watch Schooled. Episode 2 of Season 2.

When juggling family, work and college proves too much for Penelope, Schneider offers her a way to sharpen her focus and improve her test grades.

Watch To Zir, With Love. Episode 3 of Season 2.

Lydia gives Elena advice on approaching her crush. After running into a hunky Army buddy who's also single again, Penelope rethinks her dating rules.

Watch Roots. Episode 4 of Season 2.

Elena is horrified to learn that her grandmother doesn’t vote. Penelope teaches her son all her tricks on how to save money at the movie theater.

Watch Locked Down. Episode 5 of Season 2.

Penelope's furtive date at home with Max is interrupted when a neighborhood lockdown brings the rest of the family back early.

Watch Work Hard, Play Hard. Episode 6 of Season 2.

To teach Alex the value of a dollar, Penelope forces him to take a summer job at her workplace. Meanwhile, Elena finds a way to get paid for her hobby.

Watch Exclusive. Episode 7 of Season 2.

Lydia learns Dr. Berkowitz is going to the opera without her. When Schneider asks if she and Max are exclusive, Penelope realizes it's time for a talk.

Watch What Happened. Episode 8 of Season 2.

Penelope recalls Elena's birth in 2001, and how an unexpected turn of events drastically changed the life plans she and her husband had made.

Watch Hello, Penelope. Episode 9 of Season 2.

Feeling like she's finally got her life together, Penelope unwisely stops taking her antidepressants so she doesn't have to tell Max she's on them.

Watch Storage Wars. Episode 10 of Season 2.

As Schneider's trainee, Elena learns there's more to being a building super than fixing things. Penelope battles Lydia over the space in their garage.

Watch Homecoming. Episode 11 of Season 2.

At the kids' school dance, Elena tries to appear popular in front of Syd, and chaperones Penelope and Max reach a milestone in their relationship.

Watch Citizen Lydia. Episode 12 of Season 2.

Lydia and Schneider take their U.S. citizenship tests. Penelope wonders if she'd be willing to have another child to fulfill Max's wish to be a dad.

Watch Not Yet. Episode 13 of Season 2.

A medical emergency brings bedside visits, admissions of regret, moments of realization, declarations of love and an out-of-body experience.

Watch The Funeral. Episode 1 of Season 3.

At a relative's funeral, Penelope urges Lydia to end a petty feud with her sister, and Elena wonders if her cousin Pilar is gay.

Watch Outside. Episode 2 of Season 3.betrayal at house on the hill reddit Penelope discovers Alex's secret Instagram account, his crass posts spark an intense family discussion about consent and harassment.

Watch Benefit with Friends. Episode 3 of Season 3.

Elena hides her grandmother's high heels. Penelope starts to see a male friend in a new way. Schneider meets a kindred spirit at the school auction.

Watch Hermanos. Episode 4 of Season 3.

Sibling rivalry rears its ugly head when Penelope's brother, who can do no wrong in their mother's eyes, shows up during a family getaway to San Diego.

Watch Nip It in the Bud. Episode 5 of Season 3.

Penelope catches Alex smoking pot at a concert. When Lydia develops a cough at the opera, she tries Dr. B's special lozenges.

Watch One Valentine's Day at a Time. Episode 6 of Season 3.

Rain ruins Valentine's Day plans, causing more than one couple to have their first fight. Schneider tries to hide his wealthy background from Avery.

Watch The First Time. Episode 7 of Season 3.

Penelope finds out Elena and Syd secretly got a hotel room. A grounded Alex enlists Lydia to stand in line to buy him one day at a time song latest designer sneakers.

Watch She Drives Me Crazy. Episode 8 of Season 3.
Watch Anxiety. Episode 9 of Season 3.

When Penelope has anxiety attacks, her support group helps her figure out what's triggering her, how to cope and why she's not telling her kids.

Watch The Man. Episode 10 of Season 3.

Schneider makes a big decision in order to please his visiting father -- at the expense of Penelope's family. Lydia finds Alex's confiscated pot.

Watch A Penny and a Nicole. Episode 11 of Season 3.

When her ex-husband introduces the family to his new girlfriend, Penelope feels unexpectedly resentful and comes to a realization about Mateo.

Watch Drinking and Driving. Episode 12 of Season 3.

After putting Alex in a difficult position, Schneider gets tough love from Penelope. Dr. B consults Lydia's bouquet list for "non-iversary" gift ideas.

Watch Ghosts. Episode 13 of Season 3.

At her ex's wedding, Penelope experiences a surreal conversation. Elena finds she has more she needs to say to her father. Dr. B gives Lydia her gift.

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Источник: https://www.netflix.com/title/80095532

‘One Day at a Time’ Theme Song Is Gone, and What Else to Expect as It Moves to Pop TV

This is it: “One Day at a Time” will move to Pop TV without its catchy theme song. Pop icon Gloria Estefan recorded the updated, Cuban-flavored take on the “One Day at a Time” theme for the remake on Netflix, and it opened the show’s first three seasons.

But in moving to commercial TV, where episodes must fit a 21-minute window, something had to go — and that meant trimming the opening credits down to a simple title card.

“It’s OK, it’s on YouTube,” executive producer Gloria Calderón Kellett told reporters on Monday at the Television Critics Association press tour. “Gloria Estefan’s going to be OK. We’ll tell people it’s there, and we’ll still tweet about it. But we don’t have that 50 seconds, we need it for the show.”

Fellow executive producer Mike Royce suggested that fans who miss the opening credits can hit pause, play the theme song, and then resume watching the episode.

That’s one noticeable change to “One Day at a Time” as it moves to Pop TV in its fourth season, along with the fact that the show will now air on a weekly basis — rather than be released all at once.

“We’re excited to be on once a week,” Royce said. “We’re going to buy America a watercooler for each home.”

Calderón Kellett said she was always struck by how quickly people would binge “One Day at a Time,” and then not have any more episodes to watch for another year.

“It took so long to make that!” she said. Now, “we feel like we get to sit in the yummyness of each episode and have a conversation about that. Our fan base is largely social media based so we can talk each week with them.”

Royce said new to the show are commercial act breaks and a slightly shorter run time, “but I don’t think we’re going to try to change the ability to let it breathe sometimes.”

Beyond that, the show will stick to its mix of family comedy and socially conscious storylines. “It’s like an actor’s dream,” star Justina Machado said of tackling the show’s scripts.

Added Todd Grinnell, who plays Schneider: “I feel safe, whatever comes to us in any script. I find it amazing they can tackle these issues and have a heartfelt moment and then a joke at the same time.”

After Netflix decided not to move forward with a fourth season of “One Day at a Time,” the fate of the show was uncertain — particularly due to complicated rights issues that prevented the show from moving to another streamer. Sony Pictures TV eventually crafted a deal for a new season that included an initial run on Pop TV and food banks open near me now secondary window on CBS.

“Our decision was bolstered by a extremely passionate fanbase,” said Pop TV topper Brad Schwartz. “It’s a groundbreaking series today as it was a generation ago, and that is where Pop TV really shines. It’s profoundly personal to those who can relate and also instantly universal.”

Said Brent Miller, who runs Act III Prods. with Norman Lear: “One of the beauties of being with Sony is they worked their butts off to make sure they didn’t give up on this show. They did an amazing job.”

Lear, Rita Moreno and Stephen Tobolowsky were also a part of the panel: “I can’t believe what a trajectory this outrageous career has taken,” Moreno said.

Royce added that there is one more thing that has changed with the show’s move to Pop TV: “One Day at a Time” will now see its Nielsen ratings. “Netflix doesn’t release numbers, so I’m happy to reveal we were the highest-rated betrayal at house on the hill reddit on Netflix,” he quipped. “It’s puzzling.”

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Источник: https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/one-day-at-a-time-theme-song-gloria-estefan-pop-tv-1203465985/
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