Jonathan Green

showrunner of NBC’s “Superstore”

Jonathan Green on KCRW

NBC’s “Superstore” kicked off its sixth season last week. The show is like “The Office,” but set in a big box store that looks a lot like Walmart.

How COVID plays a role in the new season of NBC’s ‘Superstore’

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