Classic 1970s sitcom is getting a brand-new chance to charm families across the country. reports that Netflix is bringing the show back for a 13-episode series, with a brand-new cast.
This time around, the show will focus on a Cuban-American family, with the grandmother played by Oscar and Emmy-winning actress Rita Moreno. The plot will focus , a radically political teenage daughter and a popular-kid tween son. Moreno will meddle in the family's affairs, and so will a lovable building manager named Schneider. Yep, the more things change, the more Schneider stays the same. (Sadly, the actor who played Schneider the first time around, Pat Harrington Jr., .)
The sitcom's original creator, Norman Lear, will produce the series, and former staffers on Enlisted and How I Met Your Mother will serve as showrunners. In an interview back in August, Lear said it was important to him to bring more diversity to One Day at a Time. "I just love the idea because I don't see enough of that representation on the air any place," Lear told . "There isn't enough of it and I think it's a rich idea."
No word on whether original stars like Valerie Bertinelli and Mackenzie Phillips will be making appearances, but here's hoping this new sitcom family will have a few openings for wacky neighbors.