I know there is at least one other post about Superstore in this community because that's how I found out about it, but since I recently finished watching it, I wanted to share my own impressions.
I'm a huge fan of sitcoms that take place in a work environment. I'm not sure know why, I just am. It's no wonder that my favorite sitcom of all times by a mile is The Office.
Anyway, even though Superstore is a lot different from The Office, it was still a nice surprise to me.
It has a good set of main characters backed up by some solid recurring support ones. The screenplay is no masterpiece but it does a decent job mixing comedy, drama, and a few political issues as well. One thing that I found particularly interesting about it is that it was the first show I saw that actually portraits the COVID situation. I don't really know how to describe the feeling, but it was an interesting thing to see for the first time.
Not a must-watch but also not a waste of your time if you are into sitcoms and feel like going through all the 5 seasons of it.