Alas, Superstore has closed! After six seasons, the NBC comedy has come to an end. While we’ll always treasure Cloud 9 and its employees, here are 15 shows that TV Time users who watched Superstore also love. Find your next binge watch below!
Dive into a dramedy about a professional hitman! Bill Hader stars as Barry Berkman, a hitman who wants to leave his life behind to focus on his newfound passion – acting.
Find out what happens when a man is able to choose his own afterlife by having his consciousness uploaded into a virtual world.
Love the dysfunctional work family of Superstore? Time to binge one of the best dysfunctional families on TV… Michael Bluth tries to keep his family and business from collapsing after his father is sent to prison for embezzling money.
12. Young & Hungry
If you’re comforted by humor and sitcom tropes, try this comedy about a wealthy tech entrepreneur who hires a feisty young food blogger to be his personal chef.
A delightful work comedy with ships to root for? Yes, please! Get caught up in the inner workings of the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana.
Spice up your bingeing by adding a musical comedy! A young woman abandons her life in New York in an attempt to find happiness in the unlikely locale of West Covina, California.
The misadventures of the lovable Belcher family as they struggle to run a burger restaurant.
8. The Orville
Leave Cloud 9 and climb aboard The USS Orville! Seth MacFarlane’s series follows an exploratory ship from Earth that faces intergalactic challenges 400 years in the future.
This CBS series about a newly sober single mom trying to get her life together while dealing with her stubborn mother isn’t afraid to cover tough subjects.
Join the cult following of this long-running series about five friends running an Irish pub in Philadelphia.
5. Will & Grace
The beloved ‘90s comedy (that returned in 2017) focuses on two best friends, gay lawyer Will Truman and straight interior designer Grace Adler, who share a New York City apartment.
Follow Selina Meyer as she realizes her job as Vice President of the United States is nothing like she’d hoped for in this political satire.
If you appreciate when Superstore tackles important issues, watch the Johnson family in ABC’s black-ish; a comedy that often covers larger matters like racism, police brutality, and politics.
This Emmy Award-winning comedy about the Rose family brings the laughs and all the feels. A wealthy family suddenly finds themselves completely broke with only one remaining asset – a small town called Schitt's Creek.
Loosely based on the life of Eddie Huang, an Asian-American family moves to Orlando, Florida in order to embrace the "American Dream" in the mid-1990s.