Finding out that their husbands are not just work partners, but have also been romantically involved for the last twenty years, two women with an already strained relationship try to cope with the circumstances together.
Lifelong best friends Alexa and Katie are eagerly anticipating the start of their freshman year of high school. The pals confront a crisis that leaves them feeling like outsiders at a time when what seems to matter most is fitting in.
A coming-of-age story about four bright, street-savvy friends navigating their way through high school in the gritty inner city of South Central Los Angeles. Dealing with the danger of getting their friend out of a gang and friends turning into romance, danger is constant.
A loving (but immature) father with a larger-than-life personality is committed to co-parenting his two kids with his very-together ex-wife but for Marlon family really always does come first - even if he's the biggest kid of all.
Mackenzie Phillips makes an appearance in the One Day At a Time Reboot. She plays a counselor and a former veteran who is leading a support group for veterans with PTSD; which Penelope Alvarez (Justina Machado) is attending in episode 8 of the first season. The other surviving cast members from the original series, (Valerie Bertenelli; Glenn Scarpelli; Shelly Faberes, Michael Lembeck, Howard Hessman, Mary Louise Wilson, Richard Massur and Corey Feldman) have no plans to make any cameos on the reboot series; as of 5/2/2018, anyway. Although Phillip's onscreen husband, Michael Lembeck, who played Julie Cooper's husband Max Horvath, has directed an episode of the series. See more »
In episode 4, Lydia relates the story of meeting her husband in Cuba as a young woman. However, this was contradicted in episode 9 when she states that she left Cuba as a minor during Operation Pedro Pan. See more »
I gave it 9 stars because some episodes they get a little predictable with actual topics that affect people like the family portrayed in the show.
That's the only bad thing about the show! Rita Moreno is a Goddess. A talented and funny woman, her character is the glue to the show.
If you arr hispanic, she is the SOFRITO to the show.
Every ingredient is good, but the Sofrito is the base and ties everything together.
Is like a modern telenovela. There are no primary roles, every character plays an important part of the beautiful story. I think is originally funny, no recicled jokes!
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