One Day At a Time got some sweet revenge Sunday night, winning its first Emmy Award six months after the multi-camera comedy was canceled by Netflix after three seasons. Coincidentally, the Emmy victory came just hours after co-creator/executive producer Gloria Calderon Kellett unveiled the filming dates for the resurrected series upcoming fourth season at its new home, CBS Pop TV.
The Latinx-themed reimagining of the iconic Norman Lear sitcom won for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series, with Patricia Barnett taking home the prize. It was quite a nice recognition for the sitcom veteran, who won her first Emmy after eight nominations — five for Everybody Loves Raymond and three for One Day At a Time. She delivered the sole Emmy nomination for ODAAT in each of the last three years.
One Day At a Time contributed an Emmy win to Netflixs tally, going 1-for-1 with its single Emmy nomination and faring better than several higher-profile and more hyped Netflix projects like Beyonces concert film Homecoming, which went 0-for-6.
The Emmy for the shows final season on Netflix represents a nice validation for One Day At a Time as an awards contender. I had heRead More – Source