Superstore season 6 is airing in the UK next week (Picture: NBC)
*WARNING: Spoilers for Superstore below*
Superstore fans, it’s time to rejoice as season six has finally been given a UK air date.
The sitcom following the lives of employees at a Cloud 9 store in St Louis, including Amy (America Ferrera), Jonah (Ben Feldman), Dina (Lauren Ash) and co.
Series one – five recently dropped on Netflix, with viewers speeding through every single episode
We’ve all been desperate to know how the show ends with the finale recently airing in the US, and thanks to ITV2, we’ll finally get our answers.
It was revealed that series six will begin on April 19, at 7.30pm and will air on weekday evenings from then – which is more than enough time for a rewatch.
The Cloud 9 team seem to be preparing for the global pandemic in season 6 (Picture: NBC)
Sadly, Cloud 9 closed its doors at the end of the sixth and final season, meaning this is our last glance at the ‘proud’ employees of store 1217.
We last saw the gang at the end of series five, when Amy was promoted to corporate which led to confusion over what this meant for her relationship with Jonah.
He dispelled all her fears and suggested he could move to California with her, taking their relationship up a level.
Will we finally get some answers over Jonah and Amy’s relationship? (Picture: NBC)
But this is Superstore, and we’re guessing a few more obstacles are thrown in their way before any actual move takes place.
TV bosses recently whipped us all into a frenzy when they announced that a spin-off focusing on fan favourites Cheyenne (Nichole Sakura) and Bo (Johnny Pemberton) was in the works.
However, this was ripped away from us when scriptwriter Bridget Kyle told Cleveland.comthat this was no longer a reality.
‘Unfortunately yesterday NBC notified us that they’re not going forward with the Superstore spinoff,’ she said.
‘So, it will just have to live on in our hearts and on my hard drive.’
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Superstore season six is returning to ITV2, at 7.30pm on April 19.