This is TwoCentsTV’s weekly TV reminder/catch up of what stood out this week. More memorable episodes and a few premieres as well. You’ve been warned, there are spoilers ahead! Share your TwoCents on what we may have missed and got you talking this past week. So without further adieu, the top
With schedules out for the fall, some of the TwoCentsTV editors began taking stock and figuring out their own watch lists. With decisions on what to watch live and what to record, the editors also picked their network winners for each night of original programming. Check out our forecast for Thursdays
Get ready to see more of the Cloud 9 crew. NBC today renewed Superstore for a 22-episode third season. “We are extremely proud of ‘Superstore,’ which is one of the smartest and funniest comedies on television today,” said Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment. “Through the show’s expertly drawn characters, our producers
Happy Superstore day! We've got a sneak peek for you! This week's episode will see the Cloud 9 employees dealing with Jeff's presence in the store in different ways. Corporate sends down a district manager to see what can be done at the store and while Amy will try to impress him with a perfect day
Superstore fans will be getting a lot more of the Cloud 9 crew this season! NBC announced last week that they were giving the comedy nine more episodes, giving the show a 22-episode season order. “We’re very proud of Superstore and we were so happy to see fantastic viewing levels with the
It’s always fun discovering what some of your favorite actors were up to before they ended up on the shows they are on now. Check out the cast of Superstore before they became Cloud 9 employees!
NBC is wasting no time this summer with organizing their fall schedule. The network announced Wednesday afternoon premiere dates for its fall series. Among the announced return dates is a mid-September return for Blindspot, following the America's Got Talent finale, before heading to its Wednesday 8 p.m. time slot. New series This Is Us will
With schedules out for the fall, some of the TwoCentsTV editors began taking stock and figuring out their own watch lists. With decisions on what to watch live and what to record, the editors also picked their network winners for each night of original programming. Check out our forecast for Thursdays this