Superstore

Aired: Mar 19, 2020 , Thursday at 20:00 on NBC

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Episode Summary: When Amy has to bring her baby to the store, she grows frustrated with people's criticisms of her parenting and Glenn enlists Jerusha to help. Garrett helps Dina plan her first date with her boyfriend. Sandra and Cheyenne hatch a conspiracy theory.
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Nearly two seasons later, Superstore finally adressed one of its most asked questions on Superstore Season 5 Episode 18.  What the hell happened to Amy's baby? It's been quite a while since Amy gave birth to her second child, yet Parker hasn't been seen on the show since the day he was born. But as it turns out, Parker is living his best life. At least, that's what Amy and Jonah spend the day trying to convince the employees.  Superstore was very specific in the way t... more

 
 
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Superstore: Jason Ritter Clocks In as Jonah's 'Scumbag' Brother - First Look

Jason Ritter is returning to NBC by way of Superstore — and TVLine has your exclusive first look. The Parenthood alum — who most recently recurred on ABC’s Million Little Things and co-stars on Netflix’s Raising Dion — makes his debut in Season 5’s penultimate episode as Jonah’s brother. Described as “a bit arrogant,&r... more

Superstore's Ben Feldman Reacts to America Ferrera's 'Sad' Exit, Admits, 'Timing Wise, I Was a Little Surprised'

Superstore‘s Ben Feldman was on set, directing the March 26 episode of NBC’s No. 1 comedy, when news broke that his leading lady, America Ferrera, would be leaving the show at the end of its current fifth season. “[It] was a full day on location, so we were outside on the [Universal] backlot,” Feldman tells TVLine. “We h... more

Coronavirus Crisis: #OneChicago and NCIS Franchises, Svu and Good Fight Halt Production - View Complete List

The list of TV shows that have shut down production due to coronavirus continues to grow. CBS TV Studios on Thursday announced that it would delay or halt production on at least a half-dozen series, including the entire NCIS franchise (Los Angeles, New Orleans and Original Flavor), as well as Bull, Dynasty and The Good Fight. Meanwhile, The Neighborhood will film its Season 2 finale without a studio audience. “Over the past few ... more

 
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