“One Day at a Time” has been saved from cancellation at Netflix. Variety reports that Season 4 of the beloved sitcom revival will officially air on Pop TV in 2020.

The pleas from fans and those concerned with representation in media have found a savior with the CBS-owned cable channel. The show ran for three seasons on Netflix, treading the thin line between success and cancellation. In the end, the company decided that it was not financially feasible to continue the sitcom. An immense online outcry ensued, with many hurt by the loss of a show focused on a Cuban-American family in the current media landscape. The show, with its original creators and cast, will return with another 13 episodes on Pop TV next year.

“We are thrilled beyond belief to be making more ‘One Day At A Time,’” co-creators Calderón Kellett and Mike Royce said. “This show has meant so much to so many, and we can’t wait to dive in with our amazing new partners Pop and CBS. And we’d especially like to thank all of the fans for their undying support, helping us turn #SaveODAAT into #MoreODAAT.”

The original “One Day at a Time” was created by Norman Lear and ran for nine seasons on CBS from 1975 to 1984. It followed Bonnie Franklin as a single mother who struggles to raise her two daughters, played by Mackenzie Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli, after divorcing her husband and moving her family to the big city.

The new series follows a similar structure with a Cuban-American family in Los Angeles, with the added wrinkles of the mother (Justina Machado) being an army veteran struggling with PTSD and the family now including her own mother (Rita Moreno). Other cast members include Todd Grinnell, Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz, and Stephen Tobolowsky, with Phillips returning in a new recurring role.

The first three seasons of "One Day at a Time" is currently streaming on Netflix.