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Good Girls' Superstore Connection Goes Deeper Than Its Cloud 9 Cameo
2021 saw the cancellation of not one, but two great NBC shows, as the network axed both "Good Girls" and "Superstore." The former follows three Michigan moms who turn to a life of crime in order to make ends meet, while the latter centers on the exploits of a group of employees working at a fictional big-box store in Missouri called Cloud 9.
While the two shows share little in common, Cloud 9 does appear in both shows, which may be because "Good Girls" showrunner Jenna Bans is married to "Superstore" showrunner Justin Spitzer. Cloud 9 even played a major role in "Good Girls" Season 1, when Beth, Ruby, and Annie needed to find a way to wash their money.
Cloud 9 labels have continued to make appearances on “Good Girls” since then. When asked about exchanging notes with her husband — prior to the shows getting axed — Jenna Bans explained, “We run storylines past each other. I don't know if there will be much crossover audience, but if there is, they're in for a treat because Cloud 9 has a pretty strong presence.”