I’m feeling very optimistic. I hear nothing but positive thoughts from the network and studio, and I think our numbers are pretty good, at least for a comedy on NBC. But no one’s told me anything. I know as much as you do about our chances.
I believe in the show. I like the show! But there have been other good shows that haven’t found audiences, so I feel lucky that people have found this one.
With an eye not only on Season 2, but Seasons 3, 4 and potentially beyond, Spitzer has some plans up his sleeve to boost Superstore‘s long-term survival prospects:
You know, how many people actually work there long-term? We want this show to go for as long as possible, and be real, but we need to keep them there, too.
One opportunity with a show like this is that there are so many employees it’s very easy to bring in guest stars. I want there to be a lot of recurring characters we get to know. We’ll just have to keep finding reasons to keep our people there, because I love our cast and don’t want anyone to leave anytime soon.
Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the status of Superstore Season 2…