Netflix has dropped the first trailer for One Day At A Time season 3 and it’s bound to make you even more excited for new episodes to hit the internet!
One Day At A Time fans still have about a month to go before new episodes of the hit sit-com hit Netflix. If you’re itching to get your fix of the Alvarez family now, though, then perhaps the first trailer for season 3 will be enough to tide you over until February 8.
The series took to its official Twitter account to share the new trailer with fans far and wide on Thursday (January 10) tweeting, “The wait is over familia, here’s your first look at season 3.”
— One Day at a Time (@OneDayAtATime) January 10, 2019
It’s looking like there’s another jam-packed season in store for us next month. The trailer highlights a few key story arcs that’ll be featured in season 3 including a new love interest for Penelope (Justina Machado), plus a bit of teenage rebellion for Alex who gets caught vaping.
The trailer also gives us a nice little sneak peek at some of the new faces we’ll be seeing when One Day At A Time season 3 hits the internet.
Perhaps two of the most highly anticipated guest stars set to appear this season are Brooklyn Nine-Nine vets Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz.
We also get a quick blink-and-you’ll-miss-it look at music icon Gloria Estefan toward the end of the trailer. Thanks to casting reports from earlier this year we know Estefan and Abuelita (Rita Moreno) will be going head-to-head this season— something that’s sure to make for some great moments!
What was your favorite part of the One Day At A Time season 3 trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
One Day At A Time season 3 premieres February 8 on Netflix.
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