Sitcom legend Norman Lear is hoping to bring his beloved U.S. series One Day At A Time back to Tv - with an all-Latino cast.
The producer is developing a revival of his comedy, which ran for nine seasons from 1975 to 1984 and featured Bonnie Franklin, MACkenzie Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli.
Bosses at Sony previously attempted to make a Spanish-language version of One Day at a Time with Telemundo in the 1990s. Lear's show will be in English.
Lear previously revealed he is also developing a revival of another hit show, All in the Family.
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