An American sitcom premiered on November 30, 2015, created by Justin Spitzer, called Superstore aired its last episode on March 25 this year. The sitcom fans were saddened to know they wouldn’t see the lovely characters back on the screen for yet another season.
It shows had America Ferrera and Ben Feldman as the lead; they both were also the show’s executive producers. Its story revolved around a group of workers of a fictional big-box chain store called Cloud 9. The show had a score of 58 out of 100 on Metacritic, about 86% on Rotten tomatoes, and is loved by fans worldwide.
But the show’s over!!!
If you were a fan of the sitcom, you could not think about spending your time without the characters and the mind-blowing storytelling about workers’ lives; it’s quite understandable. But what if we tell you there are other shows out there that you would love to watch if you had a fun time watching Superstore. Yes, you read that right; if you liked the show, here are some recommendations.
This show, like Superstore, focuses on the working man’s life in America. The show tells a story about a Korean – Canadian family, their family dynamics, their experience as immigrants, and the difficulties they face while running a small business, a convenience store.
Like comedy like Superstore, this show is super fun without being mean in any way. If you loved Amy and Jonah’s love story, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has a cute central love story between a Latina character Amy and her Jewish coworker.
Trial And Error
The show is a mockumentary series about a New York City lawyer who ends up defending oddballs in East Peck, a fictional land with some very strange laws. Each season of this show is about a new case. For example, in the first season, it’s a murder case, John Lithgow, in a character of a professor who’s on trial for the murder of his wife. Although the show is over, you can dig into it, and we bet you’ll like its plotline and miss Superstore a little less.
This show focuses on a group of caterers who dream of working in Hollywood. They serve appetizers at swanky parties, and the characters are hilarious and a little obnoxious; while their lives seem to suck, the lives of the rich guests they serve are no better.
The groundbreaking mockumentary series of NBC, The Office is a perfect show to start your fan of the American work-life storyline. The show focuses on a paper company called Dunder Mifflin; Michael Scott runs the Scranton branch.
The boss is making the workers his friends rather than just employees and thus comes up with bizarre ways to spend more time with them. Again the cute office romance between Jim and Pam has won viewers’ hearts repeatedly. This is yet another love story like Amy and Jonah from Superstore