One Day At A Time - Season 4
The fourth season begins as Elena struggles to reach an electronic sports match that reflects things. There is a disastrous evening, as everyone has a different experience and Penelope realizes that she needs to change her relationship with money. It looks like Penelope is trying to do the unthinkable and buy something new. Elena struggles to reach a new path through an electronic sports match that changes things.
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Actors Of "One Day At A Time - Season 4"
Critics Of "One Day At A Time - Season 4"
March 25, 2020 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.Read in Source
March 24, 2020 In its embrace of traditional sitcom rhythms and progressive stories about a truly modern family, One Day at a Time is of its time and for all time, and if we're lucky, will continue making joyful noise and flouting convention for many days to come.Read in Source
March 24, 2020 The show is at once a throwback and cutting edge. The cast is all so strong. They hit the comedic notes effortlessly and with aplomb.Read in Source
March 24, 2020 The fourth-season episodes also make clear that the core cast has become a perfectly calibrated comedy machine. Offered sharper jokes than ever before, the ensemble, performing in front of a live studio audience, is wondrously friction-free.Read in Source
March 24, 2020 One Day at a Time is essential television, and I've never been happier that it's back.Read in Source
March 24, 2020 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.Read in Source
March 24, 2020 ODAAT returns with renewed vibrance and vigor, and plenty left to say about the issues that families across this country face today.Read in Source
New York Times
March 23, 2020 The show is money-conscious, race-conscious, gender-conscious, but too funny and heartfelt to feel self-conscious.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
March 24, 2020 It is an especially good show for a time when the world is full of frightening unknowns, and the reason that's true is because ODAAT is the same as it's always been.Read in Source
March 24, 2020 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.Read in Source
Country: United States
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