How NBC’s underrated (but always wonderful) ‘Superstore’ said goodbye in series finale

Spoiler alert! The following contains details from the two-part series finale of NBC’s “Superstore.”

“Cloud 9 is now closed.”

After six seasons, a tornado, a sex tape, a pandemic and many instances of Dina wearing her police officer Halloween costume, “Superstore” came to a close on NBC Thursday with a two-part finale. The episodes wrapped up the Cloud 9 family’s time at the store in true “Superstore” fashion: With slushy

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Catch Up on These 12 Great 2020 Series This Thanksgiving Weekend

Covid-19 has crippled television production in 2020. And yet, an astonishing number of new series — limited and otherwise — have premiered so far this year. Maybe you’ve already seen the most talked-about shows: “The Last Dance,” “Normal People,” “The Queen’s Gambit,” “Tiger King,” “The Vow.” That leaves only about 500 more. No person with decent sleep hygiene can or should keep up with them all.

But Thanksgiving, and the

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Valley News – Out & About: Look online for Woodstock documentary series

WOODSTOCK — Billings Farm & Museum’s Woodstock Vermont Film Series is back — and it’s reach may be wider than ever before.

That’s because, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual documentary film series is going virtual.

“We can open this up to a much larger audience than we had in the past,” said Marge Wakefield, PR and community relations coordinator at Billings Farm & Museum. “You had to be

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Crust & Crumb Cafe launches ‘Starving Artist Series’ to showcase local artists, engage with community during pandemic | State College News | Daily Collegian

Having opened its doors at the start of Penn State’s fall semester, the Crust & Crumb Cafe on Beaver Avenue is looking to establish itself within the downtown State College community amid the coronavirus pandemic by playing into its “artisan-inspired” atmosphere.

To accomplish this goal, cafe owner Amber Winkler and local artist Chloe Jean, who also works at the cafe as a barista, partnered to create the Starving Artist Series

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Cricket Australia decides to use the on-site hotel at the Adelaide Oval as the quarantine centre for the Border-Gavaskar series

With the Australian summer of cricket around the corner, Cricket Australia has begun planning towards getting the players quarantined and ready for the busy season ahead. The Australian summer which will be topped off by a marquee Border-Gavaskar series is expected to attract major eyeballs from the cricketing world, not just in terms of the profile of the teams involved, but because it shall also serve as a test of

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Fulwell 73 Teams With ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ Scribe To Adapt Novel Behind BBC Time Travel Series ‘Moondial’

EXCLUSIVE: Fulwell 73 has secured the rights to turn Helen Cresswell’s young adult novel Moondial into an ambitious time travel drama after the book inspired a popular BBC series of the same name in 1988.

The James Corden-backed company will team with Matt Lopez, who wrote Nicolas Cage starrer The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Dwayne Johnson’s Race To Witch Mountain, to reimagine the book, which follows a teenage girl

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Is she latest victim of ‘curse’ of beloved TV musical series ‘Glee’?

If you believe in curses then you’ve got to be wondering if there’s a hex on the beloved TV musical series “Glee,” staggered over the years by untimely deaths of its cast and crew. Now comes the latest tragedy: the presumed drowning of Naya Rivera.

Investigators continued their search and recovery efforts for Rivera, 33, best known as the snarky Santana Lopez on the show, Thursday at a reservoir 60

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