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Superstore Exclusive: Jonah and Amy Take Their Fight to the Intercom

  The war is on between Jonah ( Ben Feldman ) and Amy ( America Ferrera ) in the next episode of Superstore when it's revealed that Ben aces an employee-training test. Amy isn't about to let a test score let her new infuriating employee think that he's got one over on her. She's ready to take charge, and ...   Read More...   //www.tvguide.com/news/superstore-exclusive-jonah-and-amy-take-their-fight-to-the-intercom/?rss=breakingnews

"Superstore" Finishes Within 12% of Last Week's Premiere

NBC spins the numbers for Monday, January 11.  Read More... //www.thefutoncritic.com/ratings/2016/01/12/superstore-finishes-within-12-percent-of-last-weeks-premiere-705112/20160112nbc02/

10 Things TV Networks Want for Christmas: Golden Globes, Another Empire, Football

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and those who program TV's holiday schedules need presents too. But what do you get for the rich broadcast network executive who has everything? TheWrap has a few suggestions below for each channel. Remember: Give gift receipts. Read More...

The Golden Globes Thought America Ferrera and Gina Rodriguez Were the Same Person

The Golden Globes confused America Ferrera with Gina Rodriguez during the nominations announcements on Thursday. When Globes presenter Ferrera was at the podium announcing nominees, the official Twitter account for the ceremony identified the Ugly Betty star as Rodriguez. Unfortunately, that wasn't ...   //www.tvguide.com/news/the-golden-globes-america-ferrera-gina-rodriguez/?rss=breakingnews

America Ferrera returns with working-class comedy Superstore

Workplace comedies are certainly nothing new on TV, but NBCs new sitcom Superstore is offering up a lesser-seen version of this trope by focusing on the lives of employees who are just there to punch a clock. The comedy which airs a two-episode sneak preview Monday at 10 p.m. before premiering on Jan....   Read More... //nypost.com/2015/11/30/america-fererra-returns-with-working-class-comedy-superstore/

Superstore Star America Ferrera on Defying Average White Cast Sitcom Mold

NBCs Superstore marks the first series regular role for America Ferrera since Ugly Betty, and its no coincidence that shes playing another working-class character. As the daughter of Latin American immigrants, Ferrera attributes the parts she chooses to her political heart. The role of Amy, the supervisor of a big-box store called Cloud 9, struck her as a worthy representation of the life of an average American, an opportunity she wouldnt have had in film.   Read More... //www.thewrap.com/superstore-star-america-ferrera-on-defying-average-white-cast-sitcom-mold/

SUPERSTORE on NBC First Look

Ben Feldman is returning to NBC. A TO Z, sadly, didnt live beyond its initial 13-episode order, but Feldman is one of the stars of its upcoming comedies, SUPERSTORE. (The series also stars America Ferrera.) Check out some photos from the pilot, the official description, and check back soon for a trailer for the series [] //www.givememyremote.com/remote/2015/05/10/superstore-on-nbc-first-look/

NBC Picks Up Sitcoms Superstore and Crowded With America Ferrera and Patrick Warburton

  America Ferrera, Ben Feldman, and Patrick Warburton all got new gigs today, as NBC picked up two new sitcoms to series. Superstore stars Ferrera and Feldman as workers at a Walmart-style retailer who "tackle the day-to-day grind of rabid bargain hunters, riot-causing sales and nap-worthy training sessions" while presumedly being forbidden from unionizing . Crowded sees Warburton and True Blood 's Carrie Preston as empty-nesters who suddenly find their house full up when their millennial daughters (Miranda Cosgrove and Mia Serafino) and elderly parents all move back in. So that's an Office -like workplace sitcom, a multi-generational family comedy in the style of CBS; add them to the How I Met Your Mother style People Are Talking , and it's clear that the Peacock is trying to get out of its sitcom recession by any means necessary.  Read More...   //www.vulture.com/2015/05/nbc-picks-up-two-sitcoms-crowded.html