TV Shows Switching Networks

¡Dale! The Alverazes are back!

A year after Netflix gave our favorite Cuban-American family an eviction notice with the cancellation of One Day at a Time, their critically-acclaimed reboot of Norman Lear's 1975 sitcom, the show is ready to roar back to life as a new member of the Pop family. Beginning on Tuesday, March 24, the long-awaited fourth season of the charming series kicks off, joining a programming block that features the network's outgoing hit Schitt's Creek. And from the looks of things, the cast couldn't be happier with their new home.

"Tomorrow is the day mi Gente," star Justina Machado, who plays single mom and war vet Penelope, wrote on Instagram the day before the big premiere. "We are so excited and proud of what we did and we hope to do a lot more."

She's not the only one to be singing the new season's praises, with her co-stars Rita Moreno, Todd Grinnell, Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz and Stephen Tobolowsky all celebrating on social media. 

While ODAAT's road to resurrection is certainly unique--usually Netflix is the one saving the shows, not canceling shows that need saving--the comedy is hardly the first series in the history of TV to find a new lease on life on a new network. As we count down the minutes until the Alvarezes are back in our living room, let's take a look at the long list of shows who've come before them!

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

NBC

Veronica Mars, Kristen Bell

Hulu

You, Penn Badgley, Netflix, Lifetime

Lifetime

American Idol

ABC

The Hughleys - TV shows

20th Century Fox Television/Kobal/Shutterstock

SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH - TV shows

Bob D'Amico/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images

Passions - TV shows

NBC Studios

Law and Order: Criminal Intent - TV shows

Will Hart/Nbc/Universal/Kobal/Shutterstock

Damages - TV shows

Moviestore Collection/Shutterstock

The Killing - TV shows

Carole Segal/AMC

American Dad - TV shows

20th Century Fox/Kobal/Shutterstock

TAXI - TV shows

Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images

Clueless - TV shows

CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images

Lynda Carter, Wonder Woman

CBS via Getty Images

Gary Coleman, Todd Bridges, Dana Plato, Diff'rent Strokes

Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank

'90s TV Catchphrases, Jay Sherman, The Critic

Columbia Pictures Television

Step By Step, Patrick Duffy Suzanne Somers, Sitcom Revivals

ABC Photo Archives

Family Matters

Sister Sister, Sister, Sister

CBS

Doug, Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon

Roswell

ZUMA Press/ZUMAPRESS.com

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sarah Michelle Gellar, David Boreanaz

Richard Cartwright/WB

Canceled Reality Shows, The Simple life

Fox Broadcasting/Sam Jones

Scrubs, Bromance

NBC

Patricia Arquette, Medium

Mitchell Haaseth/NBC

The Game (2006 - 2015)

Friday Night Lights, Connie Britton, Kyle Chandler

Bill Records/NBC

Regina King, Southland

JOHN WELLS PRODUCTIONS/WARNER BROSS TELEVISION/ZUMA

Courteney Cox, Busy Philipps, Cougar Town

Michael Desmond/ABC

Arrested Development

Netflix

The Mindy Project, Mindy Kaling

Universal Television/Hulu

Katee Sackhoff, Robert Taylor, Longmire

Ursula Coyote

Community, Cast, Season 2, 2010

Mitchell Haaseth/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank

Unforgettable

A&E

Gilmore Girls A Year in the Life, 2017 Emmys

Netflix

Supergirl, Season 2

The CW

Twin Peaks

Showtime

Nashville, Charles Esten, Connie Britton

ABC

The Expanse

Kurt Iswarienko/Syfy

Project Runway, Season 17, Bravo

Bravo

Designated Survivor

Netflix

Lucifer

Netflix

The Orville

Fox

Last Man Standing, Tim Allen

Fox

One Day at a Time

Netflix

One Day at a Time returns for season four on Tuesday, March 24 at 9:30 on Pop.

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