Superstore: Season 4 (2018 - 2019)

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Season 4
Superstore

Critics Consensus

Superstore remains a furtively fearless riot in its comedic approach to heavy and issues of the time.

100%

TOMATOMETER

Critic Ratings: 11

84%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 55
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Episodes

1
Air date: Oct 4, 2018
2
Air date: Oct 11, 2018
3
Air date: Oct 18, 2018
4
Air date: Oct 25, 2018
5
Air date: Nov 1, 2018
6
Air date: Nov 8, 2018
7
Air date: Nov 15, 2018
8
Air date: Dec 6, 2018
9
Air date: Dec 13, 2018
10
Air date: Mar 7, 2019
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The comedy series' fourth season opens with Amy (America Ferrera) and Jonah (Ben Feldman) coming back from their suspension and having to deal with everyone making jokes about their sex video; they decide to keep their new relationship a secret, which proves to be more difficult than they anticipated. As the season progresses, Amy and Dina (Lauren Ash) prepare for the birth of their babies: while Amy worries that it will complicate things between her, Jonah and Adam (Ryan Gaul), Dina (Lauren Ash) can't wait to finally be able to give the baby over to Garret (colton Dunn) and Jerusha (Kerri Kenney-Silver).

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Critic Reviews for Superstore Season 4

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (5)

Superstore also isn't afraid to say that a situation that allows two mothers to give birth in drastically different circumstances is horribly broken and only getting worse.

Dec 17, 2018 | Full Review…

The NBC sitcom has managed to surprise viewers without frustrating them and slowly built a legitimate romance between two characters everyone assumed would get together.

Oct 26, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

I absolutely adore this show and admire it for also tackling so many real-world issues facing low-income workers.

Apr 17, 2019 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

What really counts, however, is the show's zingy humor, which can involve coconuts filled with merlot and random jokes about Bonnie Bedelia in Die Hard. Welcome back!

Jan 10, 2019 | Full Review…

Nearly every episode takes place within the confines of the store, allowing complex relationships to take root in everyday struggles. It's also hilarious.

Jan 10, 2019 | Full Review…

It's also one of the most effective treatments of the [#MeToo] subject I've seen on TV and that's largely because Superstore doubles down on what it does so well with this episode: showing all sides of the conversation.

Nov 1, 2018 | Full Review…

Superstore is as brilliant as ever, and it's finally able to lean in to the charming romance it's been building up for years.

Oct 26, 2018 | Full Review…

Again, a funny but depressingly accurate picture of retail life today.

Oct 5, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Employees wear matching blue vests and matching grimaces, caught between customers and corporate overseers. Sound dour? It's a riot. I live for sequences in the break room, when laugh lines pinball through the brilliant ensemble.

Mar 12, 2019 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

Superstore presents political and social issues to the audience with humanity, yet stealthily.

Mar 11, 2019 | Full Review…

Much of Superstore's political commentary has come through its relentless revision of established female character tropes... Superstore has assuredly and deftly used comedy to break taboos and stereotypes about sex and women's bodies.

Dec 14, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Superstore: Season 4

  • Sep 28, 2019
    Was rather funny the first couple of seasons but I guess they ran out of ideas and now at the end of the season decided to get all political. Just not funny.
  • Aug 23, 2019
    While the show sometimes reaches "Glee"-level absurdity of "How does any one of these people still have their job?", the fourth season has a sharper, more assured perspective on the issues that fuel its comedy than previous seasons (which are also pretty solid). No spoilers, but the climax of the Season 4 finale was bold, brave, and emotional. Lauren Ash's Dina in particular was a standout, with her trademark intensity but a higher level of humanity than we're used to seeing.
  • Jun 02, 2019
    How this gets 100% ? Terrible acting, absolutely not funny at all. Awful just awful.
  • Apr 20, 2019
    I love this show so much. So much diversity in the characters and it gets me through the day on Hulu. When it comes to retail corporate they are spot on! Spot on! I mean it's great ���� please renew for a fifth season. All of the characters are awesome in their own way.
  • Oct 15, 2018
    Rounchy, but not funny.
  • Oct 11, 2018
    I think this show has ran its course, almost to stupid/silly to watch, very predictable...if it wasn't for the goofy store Mgr this show would have not lasted this long
  • Oct 06, 2018
    First episode not good. Must be different writers. Horrible intro coffee shop scene should have been left on cutting room floor. Hope it gets better it's usually a great show.
  • Sep 28, 2018
    This season is so far my favorite of the whole series. This show just continues to to improve and gets funnier with each season. The writing was spectacularly hilarious. The cast all gave stupendous performances especially America Ferrera, Lauren Ash, Ben Feldman, Nichole Bloom, Colton Dunn, Kelly Stables, Nico Santos, Jon Barinholtz, Mark McKinney, and Kaliko Kauahi. A+.

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