Netflix has a clause that requires that canceled shows from outside studios must wait for years before joining another streaming service. CBS All Access was One Day at a Time's highest-profile suitor, but it's on the verge of dropping out of due to those restrictions, according to Deadline's Nellie Andreeva. She reports that Lear personally reached out to Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos to drop the restrictions to no avail. Andreeva adds: "Regardless of the outcome, I hear Sony TV continues conversations with cable and broadcast networks that have expressed interest in picking up the family comedy. The list reportedly includes the CW, which has been out of the half-hour comedy business for awhile and only airs scripted series produced by Warner Bros. TV and CBS TV Studios." ALSO: Pop and The CW are potential landing spots, but they wouldn't be able to afford One Day at a Time without a partner.