I found out that One Day @ a Time used to air reruns on E! Entertainment Television from the Early to mid 1990s. The show left the network entirely in 1996 and has never been aired in reruns since. But then reruns of the program returned to television for some Comcast digital cable customers in America as part of its retro-themed TV Time on-demand network, but it was subsequently removed in January 2007.
How can a long-running sitcom be extinct on national TV for a decade?
Do we want to refer to One Day at a Time as "The Extict Long-Running Situation Comedy"?