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‘One Day at a Time’ Season 4, ‘Flack’ Season 2 Get March Premiere Dates at Pop TV

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“One Day at a Time” Season Four will premiere Mar. 24, whereas “Flack” Season 2 will premiere Mar. 13, Pop TV introduced Monday.

The brand new season of “One Day at a Time” would be the first to air on the ViacomCBS community after it picked the present up post-Netflix cancellation.

“The enthusiastic response from followers since saying our new season of ‘One Day at a Time’ has been thrilling,” mentioned Brad Schwartz, president, Pop TV. “The sequence is extra vital than ever with its unmatched skill to sort out topical social points by way of the lens of a relatable, loving household. The exceptionally proficient group behind and in entrance of the digicam make us proud to have ‘One Day at a Time’ at dwelling at Pop TV.”

This fourth season will air within the Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. time slot starting Mar. 24, however it can transfer to 9 p.m. on April 14, after “Schitt’s Creek” concludes its last season.

The sequence, impressed by government producer Norman Lear’s 1975 sequence of the identical identify, follows a Cuban American household performed by Justina Machado, Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez and Marcel Ruiz. The 13-episode fourth season finds Penelope (Machado) exploring a stunning relationship, her mom Lydia (Moreno) experiencing a non secular disaster and revealing the small print of her shock journey to Cuba with Dr. Berkowitz (Stephen Tobolowsky), and Schneider (Todd Grinnell) discovering his relationship with Avery (India de Beaufort) rising deeper. In the meantime, Elena (Gomez) begins to organize for faculty, and Alex (Ruiz) begins up to now.

“One Day at a Time” is produced by Act III Productions, Inc., Snowpants Productions and GloNation in affiliation with Sony Photos Tv, with Lear, Mike Royce, Gloria Calderón Kellett and Brent Miller serving as government producers.

Addtionally, Pop TV introduced that the six-episode second season of “Flack” will function new solid members Sam Neill, Daniel Dae Kim and Martha Plimpton alongside Anna Paquin. Moreover, government producer Stephen Moyer will direct two of the season’s episodes.

After the primary episode of “Flack” premieres linearly, your entire second season might be out there to stream through the Pop Now app or watch on demand through cable and satellite tv for pc subscriptions.

“’Flack’ is without delay gritty, in your face and laugh-out-loud humorous, a testomony to Anna Paquin and the remainder of the wonderful group — which we’re thrilled now consists of the powerhouse abilities of acclaimed actors Sam Neill, Daniel Dae Kim and Martha Plimpton,” mentioned Justin Rosenblatt, government vice chairman, authentic programming and growth, Pop TV.

The second season of the general public relations darkish comedy picks up with Robyn (Paquin) placing her life again collectively after her myriad of addictions received the higher of her on the finish of the primary season. However whereas she is attempting to concentrate on rebuilding her relationship together with her sister Ruth (Genevieve Angelson) and maintaining her shoppers out of the headlines, she should additionally face a brand new and surprising revelation head-on. In the meantime, her boss Caroline (Sophie Okonedo CBE) is shocked to see her ex (Neill) return, whereas Eve (Lydia Wilson) is tasked with maintaining new consumer Gabriel Cole (Kim) happy, and Melody (Rebecca Benson) is adjusting to a brand new life after leaving the agency. Rufus Jones, Arinze Kene and Amanda Abbington return, with different visitor stars for the season together with Jane Horrocks and Giles Terera. Plimpton will seem in an episode as Robyn’s late mom.

“Flack” is co-produced with UKTV’s W Community, written by Oliver Lansley, produced by Debs Pisani, and government produced by Jimmy Mulville and Helen Williams of Hat Trick Productions. Pete Thornton government produces for UKTV. Paquin government produces for CASM alongside Moyer, Cerise Hallam Larkin and Mark Larkin. The season might be directed by Alicia MacDonald, Oliver Lansley and Moyer.

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