Superstore: Season 6 (2020 - 2021)


Season 6
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As funny and poignant as ever, Superstore closes up shop with a superb sixth season that solidifies its place as one of TVs greatest workplace comedies.

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Critic Ratings: 15

60%

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User Ratings: 53

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Air date: Oct 29, 2020

During the coronavirus pandemic, Amy and Jonah try to bring order to the chaos in Cloud 9 while being pulled in multiple directions; the employees learn what it means to be "heroes," while Amy and Jonah's impending move to California looms large.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2020

As the Cloud 9 employees prepare to send Amy and Jonah off, Mateo and Glenn attempt to organize a video tribute; Dina searches for a new best friend.

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Air date: Nov 12, 2020

With the floor supervisor position available, Jonah decides to throw his hat in the ring, much to Dina's chagrin; Glenn and Mateo struggle to find the right balance in their working relationship; Garrett tries to prove he's been in love before.

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Air date: Nov 19, 2020

On the day of Cloud 9's "In-store-vaganza," Dina finally gets the chance to step up to the plate and run the store; Garrett and Cheyenne search for a mysterious smell; Jonah finds himself excited about a new opportunity.

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Air date: Jan 14, 2021

After Cloud 9 changes its policy of locking up Black beauty products, the employees are forced to reckon with systemic racism in the store, with Garrett leading the charge; Glenn makes misguided attempts to right the store's wrongs.

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Air date: Jan 21, 2021

After returning from quarantine, Glenn enlists Cheyenne and Bo's help to get Dina to relinquish control; Jonah and Mateo have second thoughts about helping Sandra with her cat's medical needs; Garrett struggles with customer returns.

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Air date: Jan 28, 2021

When the employees start to worry about Jonah's emotional state, Mateo, Glenn and Sandra try to help him move on after Amy; Cheyenne is forced to shadow Carol for the day; Garrett helps Dina search for a secret location in the store.

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Air date: Feb 4, 2021

Jonah finds himself in trouble with Sandra and Glenn when her son, Tony, starts working at Cloud 9; Mateo tries to help Cheyenne be a better floor supervisor; Garrett is unwittingly thrust in the middle of Dina's relationship with Brian the vet.

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Air date: Feb 11, 2021

Glenn is confused by Zephra's new store policies and enlists Sandra and Marcus to help figure out what's going on; a memory lapse causes Jonah to question his friendship with Garrett; Cheyenne and Mateo face an unexpected challenge.

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Air date: Feb 25, 2021

With Carol's lawyer at Cloud 9 to depose the employees, Jonah tries to ease Glenn's nerves; Mateo enlists Sandra's help hiding the details of his work arrangement while Dina grows concerned about Garrett's behavior at customer service.

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Cast & Crew

America Ferrera
Amy

Actor
Ben Feldman
Jonah

Actor
Mark McKinney
Glenn

Actor
Lauren Ash
Dina

Actor
Colton Dunn
Garrett

Actor
Nichole Bloom
Cheyenne

Actor
Nico Santos
Mateo

Actor
Jon Barinholtz
Marcus

Guest Star
Maria Thayer
Hannah

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Kelly Schumann
Justine

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George Salazar
Eric

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Irene White
Carol

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Amir Korangy
Sayid

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Carla Renata
Janet

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Steve Agee
Isaac

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Franchesca Ramsey
Nia

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Benjamin Norris
Tony

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Will McLaughlin
Earl

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Nicole Lynn Evans
Nicki

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Felipe Esparza
Cody

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Justin Spitzer
Executive Producer
David Bernad
Executive Producer
Ruben Fleischer
Executive Producer
Gabe Miller
Executive Producer
Jonathan Green
Executive Producer
Jackie Clarke
Executive Producer
Ryan Case
Director
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Critic Reviews for Superstore: Season 6

Audience Reviews for Superstore: Season 6

  • Oct 07, 2021
    What an amazing way to bring a close to this amazing show.
  • Aug 13, 2021
    Absolutely perfect ending to an already amazing show. I've watched all 6 seasons through 3 times now, and the last episode still makes me bawl like a baby. As much as I wish Superstore could go on forever, I really appreciate the fact that they didn't drag it out like many other shows and were dedicated to penning a great ending. Every episode feels intentional and well-written, and, as a result, we got some of the most hilarious and quality TV in the last decade. In the last TWO decades! Bound to be a classic! P.S. Please don't listen to the people on here saying that the 6th season is too political; the actors literally just start wearing masks, lol.
  • May 29, 2021
    While it was really sad to have Amy for the entire season, the cast did surprisingly well without her and while dealing with the pandemic. This last season is most likely the weakest of all the seasons of Superstore, man does that finale hit like a truck. What can I say I'm a sucker for happy endings accompanied with highlights of the show.
  • May 05, 2021
    A perfect ending to a perfect sitcom, Superstore's final season is every bit as satisfying as its predecessors, with its deft yet hilarious treatment of the social upheavals that have characterised the 2020s thus far.
  • Mar 25, 2021
    Really? Wearing masks? You realize that acting involves facial expressions etc? I guess when there was no talent to begin with!
  • Mar 16, 2021
    The show seems to be giving up its core a bit. Episode 1 felt overstuffed and over-politicized. And Episode 2 was a necessary tragedy due to the surrounding external elements of the show, ends up being the only good episode even though it is really heartbreaking and disappointing. Sad after so many great seasons and such amazing comedy that it had to end like this.
  • Mar 10, 2021
    Love the showed up until now but Season 6 is a bunch of woke leftist propaganda nonsense. Disappointing.
  • Feb 23, 2021
    Sad to see yet another good show mess up the final season so badly. Way less funny. Mostly without the main actress. Also apparently the writers have no clue what to do with Jonah without Amy.
  • Feb 19, 2021
    This show is truly a comedy classic, and likely the next best thing to fill the workplace sitcom void the office gave us all. The show has only gotten funnier in the absence of America Fererra.
  • Feb 11, 2021
    It just flat out sucks. Like most shows, the beginning of the new season started off a little slow, but it just kept getting worse and worse. I stopped watching superstore after episode 5 or 6 (I can"t remember) of season 6 because it wasn't funny at all and had gone way too political. I've been watching this show for years and loved it, so it's sad to see it turn into the awful "comedy" show it is today. (I do recommend watching seasons 1-5 though)

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