TV Quick Hits: ‘One Day at a Time’ remake; ‘The 100’ season 3, ‘Elementary’ season 4 news

Netflix -Just in case you don’t have enough TV nostalgia in your life at the moment, we now bring you this: Netflix is diving back into “One Day at a Time.”

Netflix has announced that they are bringing back a new version of the Norman Lear sitcom, which ran on CBS during the 1970’s and 80’s. Lear is still on board as an executive producer, but our understanding here is that unlike “Fuller House,” this is going to be a simple remake rather than a continuation of the original series starring Mackenzie Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli. Given that some of the other cast members (Pat Harrington and Bonnie Franklin) are no longer with us, that may have been a part of the decision to go simply with a new version. Another reason may simply be that the new series will revolve around a Cuban-American family.

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New “Elementary” details – What we’ve got for you below is a first look at the upcoming January 28 episode of “Elementary” entitled “Alma Maters,” which suggests that Morland Holmes may have been hiding something from Holmes and Watson.

The synopsis below comes via CBS:

“Holmes’ tentative reconciliation with his father suffers a setback when Holmes and Watson discover Morland has been keeping a secret that threatens all of their safety. Also, Holmes and Watson investigate two murders connected to a for-profit college and its illegal recruitment practices.”

New promo for “The 100” – Just in case you want something new / awesome to look at before the January 21 premiere, we’ve got a minute-long promo at the bottom of this article! Enjoy.

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