America Ferrera goes to have to attend slightly bit longer for her goodbye to Superstore. The NBC comedy made it virtually to the top of their season, however needed to shut down manufacturing earlier than the season finale. It is among the many exhibits with an incomplete season as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. So, what does this imply for Amy, Ferrera’s Superstore character?
Ferrera was a visitor on Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast on May 11. She broke down for Shepard, and Superstore followers, the standing of her ultimate episode. Season 6 of Superstore ended April 23 and not using a season finale.
America Ferrera put of claiming goodbye to ‘Superstore’
It was Ferrera’s choice to depart Superstore, however that didn’t make it any much less emotional. She was attempting to deal with the episodes at hand and save all of the tearful goodbyes for the season finale. The universe had different plans because the manufacturing shutdown took away that finale.
“A week before I was supposed to wrap the series, I’m leaving the show, so I was ramping myself up for my last episode,” Ferrera instructed Shepard. “A week of teary goodbyes and also telling people, ‘We’re not doing this right now. We’ll do this in the last week. I’m not crying.’ Saving it all for the last week, then we come into work Friday, a week before we’re actually supposed to wrap and they’re like, ‘This is your last day.’”
America Ferrera is planning to return for yet one more episode of ‘Superstore’
Many exhibits that needed to shut down manufacturing didn’t get to movie a season finale both. They, at the very least, plan to return subsequent season to wrap up these storylines. Ferrera will not be a part of season 7, though she desires to complete Amy’s story. She doesn’t wish to simply bail.
“I think I will have to go back and finish,” Ferrera stated. “The storyline isn’t really complete for my character. It’s the end of her entire character arc on the show, so the way that it ends right now is with the penultimate episode which was not intended to be the finale but is going to be the finale. Then, I guess it’s kind of nice. We’ll come back next season and start the season with a real bummer of an episode, Amy leaving.”
That is, if there’s nonetheless a present to return to
The final episode of Superstore to air was known as “California, Part 1.” That implies a “California, Part 2.” Ferrera reiterated her willingness to return to finish the episode. However, there’s nonetheless a lot uncertainty in Hollywood and outdoors. California is contemplating extending stay-at-home orders via July. Superstore movies at Universal Studios in California. The units will nonetheless be there when manufacturing can resume safely.
“I think so, I think that’s the plan,” Ferrera stated of ending her final episode of Superstore. “Again, what are plans these days? Who knows? But I think the chances are good that I’ll go back and finish Amy’s storyline.”