Rita Moreno visits “The Talk” and discusses season four of the “One Day at a Time” reboot, marking creator and executive producer Norman Lear’s return to the network 45 years after the original premiered in 1975. Moreno dishes on tonight’s CBS premiere and the new season, saying, “I’m especially happy for Norman [Lear], because, 45 years, and there he is. He’s such a stubborn old guy. I call us the old farts.” She adds, “This is some of the funniest stuff we’ve done, by the way, in all of our seasons. But one of my absolute favorites, the opening tonight, by the way we are showing a double whammy, we are showing back-to-backs. And the first one has to do with the Census, would you believe how timely that is. And Ray Romano is the census taker. And then, there is one of my favorites now, which is the one where Alex [Marcel Ruiz], who plays my grandson, walks in on [Penelope] (Justina Machado) who was self-pleasuring. It is one of the funniest episodes ever, ever, ever. When I first read it I thought, no, they’re not really going to this, can we get away with this? We did, and it is hilarious.” On her character Lydia’s reaction, she reveals, “You want to see this, you don’t want to miss it.
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CBS’ Daytime Emmy Award-winning talk show The Talk features a panel of well-known entertainment personalities discussing current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity, and trending topics of the day. The daily one-hour series is hosted by Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and newest host Marie Osmond. The hosts swap stories, challenge each other on issues, and engage the studio audience and viewers at home about events in the headlines. The show also features celebrity guest interviews as well as amazing human-interest stories. Ten-time Emmy Award winner John Redmann serves as executive producer and showrunner. Heather Gray is executive producer with co-executive producers Ed Horwitz and Kristin Matthews.