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Watch the ‘Superstore’ Cast Together One Last Time for the Finale Table Read (Exclusive)

Watch the ‘Superstore’ Cast Together One Last Time for the Finale Table Read (Exclusive)
After six seasons and 113 episodes, “Superstore” wrapped things up with a well-received finale on March 25. The episode ended with Cloud 9 Superstore #1217 shutting its doors and turning into a warehouse fulfillment center for parent company Zephra, and the team from the Ozark Highlands store splitting up.

But even as the show — and the store — closed up, the series wrapped up storylines and left nearly everyone in a hopeful place. Even Carol was invited to their alumni picnic, even though she’s Carol.

Before taping the finale, the cast gathered on Zoom for their final table read, and Variety has the exclusive video of that moment. The table read, which took place on February 19, was for Episode 615, “All Sales Final,” which aired on March 25.

Creator/executive producer Justin Spitzer introduces the read, along with showrunners/executive producers Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green. Spitzer, Miller and Green wrote the finale, which was directed by Ruben Fleischer.
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‘Superstore’ Finale: Creator & Showrunners On “Satisfying” Endings Amid The Pandemic, Future Of Cloud 9 Family

‘Superstore’ Finale: Creator & Showrunners On “Satisfying” Endings Amid The Pandemic, Future Of Cloud 9 Family
Spoiler Alert: This post includes details about the series finale of NBC’s Superstore.

Superstore gave fans one last bang for their buck before closing the doors to Cloud 9 for good. The NBC workplace comedy wrapped its six-season run with a two-part series finale, which saw a happy ending for Amy (America Ferrera) and Jonah (Ben Feldman), and marked a brand new chapter for other members of the Cloud 9 family.

Creator Justin Spitzer, who stepped down as showrunner back in 2019, returned to co-write the emotional final episodes with executive producers Jonathan Green and Gabe Miller.

Part one of the series finale, “Perfect Store,” picks up from America Ferrera’s surprise appearance at the end of the “Lowell Anderson” episode, when Cheyenne (Nichole Sakura) calls up Amy Sosa to confirm rumors of a Cloud 9 closures due to the pandemic. Amy returns to St. Louis from California to help
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Superstore Series Finale: Ben Feldman, Lauren Ash Share Heartfelt Goodbyes as Production Wraps on NBC Comedy

Superstore Series Finale: Ben Feldman, Lauren Ash Share Heartfelt Goodbyes as Production Wraps on NBC Comedy
And that’s a series wrap.

On Sunday, Superstore completed production on its sixth and final season, ahead of its one-hour series finale on Thursday, March 25. Over the weekend, series stars Ben Feldman and Lauren Ash were among those who bid farewell to the long-running workplace comedy in a pair of emotional Instagram posts.

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Feldman was the first to acknowledge the final day of shooting.
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Former L.A. Actors Excelling in Smaller Markets

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There comes a point in some performers' careers when the challenging lifestyle of Los Angeles makes them reassess professional and personal priorities. Back Stage recently spoke to four actors who have supported themselves as artists for many years in the City of Angels but recently chose to continue their paths in smaller markets. In speaking to these actors, similarities emerged, including lowered stress levels and an ability to find work in their new locations.Don't Mess With Texas(Irene White)After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, Irene White went through the Second City Training Center in Chicago before landing a job with a children's theater company in St. Louis. When that gig ended, she headed to L.A. and began a successful 13-year career that included attending casting director workshops, landing her work on several occasions. Some of her biggest supporters were Ross Lacy, Joe Blake, Cathi Carlton,
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