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Review: Season 2 of ‘One Day at a Time’ Is the Joy You Need in Your Life

The multi-cam sitcom gets a bad rap. As comedy moves into more experimental and non-traditional formats, the idea of an old-school model, laugh track and all, inspires complaints about the genre being stuck in the past. The biggest comedies on...
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