How to watch Superstore online

Best way to watch Superstore (2015- )

The best way to watch Superstore is through a service that lets you binge on the show at your leisure. This means it has to offer every season of the show and it should allow offline viewing so you don’t have to face network interruptions. That’s why we like Hulu for Superstore streaming as it brings you the latest episodes as well as all five seasons that have already aired. Plus, it lets you download episodes to seamlessly watch offline even amid network issues.

A Hulu subscription will only set you back by $5.99/mo. and gives you access to thousands of other titles besides Superstore. So sign up for a Hulu free trial to see what else the service offers.

All the ways to watch Superstore online

A workplace comedy set in a big-box store called Cloud 9, Superstore focuses on the lives and friendship between a motley crew of employees. The show brings together the clueless summer hires, the hopeful newbies, the loyal managers and the “veterans” who’ve seen it all as they face the daily grind together.

Together, they tackle the challenges of dealing with bargain hunters and demanding customers as well as the riot-inducing sales days.

If you’re wondering where to watch Superstore, there are plenty of options. For those who have a subscription that includes NBC, you can access free Superstore streams through the NBC website. Just log in with the credentials from your TV provider and you’re good to go.

But you can still watch Superstore even without a cable subscription. Streaming services such as Hulu and Peacock also offer entire seasons of the Superstore sitcom so you can stream episodes back-to-back.

You also have the option to buy the show online through services such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, iTunes and Vudu. So there are plenty of ways to watch Superstore depending on which services are most convenient for you.

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Streaming Superstore

If you don’t have a cable subscription, there are two ways to access Superstore streaming — through Hulu and NBC’s Peacock.


Starting at just $5.99/mo., Hulu gives you access to 80,000+ movies and TV episodes. This expansive lineup includes entire seasons of Superstore on-demand as well as several hit originals such as Castle Rock, Minding the Gap, The Handmaid’s Tale and more. Hulu even lets you download videos to watch offline, so you can binge on Superstore even when there’s bad connectivity.

While the $5.99/mo. plan will give you ad-supported access to movies and shows, you can also upgrade to an ad-free option for $11.99/mo. Alternatively, you can also get the Hulu + Live TV plan for $54.99/mo. if you want live TV streaming along with on-demand episodes of Superstore. Learn more about the service in our Hulu review.


Being NBC’s very own streaming service, Peacock is a great place to stream Superstore, which is an NBC show. While you can get free basic access to the service, this only includes a limited number of titles. For access to a Superstore stream, you’ll need the Peacock Premium plan that costs $4.99/mo.

This lets you stream all the episodes of Superstore on-demand as well as thousands of other TV shows and movies. Plus, you get access to live sports programming airing on NBC. This makes the service a great option for sports fans who also want to watch Superstore and other NBC shows.

But to get the option for offline viewing, you’ll need the Premium Plus plan for $9.99/mo. So it gets a bit pricey if you want the option to download Superstore episodes to watch offline.

Renting vs. buying Superstore

Many online rental services will also let you buy or rent some of your favorite movies and TV shows. Renting will let you watch the video as much as you want during the rental period. But buying the title gives you the freedom to access the video whenever you’d like without any time constraints.

This option is great for anyone who doesn’t want a full-blown subscription to a streaming service and only wants to watch one particular title. At the time of writing this post, however, these services only have the option to buy Superstore.

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon gives you an option to buy or rent movies and TV shows through its Prime Video service. In addition to the free content you get with your monthly subscription, the service also offers several titles to either rent or buy. For these titles, you’ll have to pay for each video that you want to watch.

You can buy one standard definition (SD) episode of Superstore for $1.99. High definition (HD) videos will cost you $2.99 per episode. Both SD and HD options cost the same if you plan on buying an entire season. So each season costs $9.99 regardless of whether you choose SD or HD videos.

Google Play

Google Play also lets you buy movies and TV shows to watch whenever you want and for as long as you’d like. Each SD episode of Superstore will cost you $1.99, while HD options will cost $2.99 per video. You can also get the entire season in SD for $14.99 or pay $19.99 for HD.


Like with Google Play, iTunes also lets you buy entire seasons of TV shows as well as individual episodes. You can get SD episodes of Superstore for $1.99 each or HD for $2.99 per video. Or if you want to get an entire season, you can get it for $9.99 regardless of whether you want the SD or HD option.


Vudu is a streaming service that lets you stream select titles for free. And you can also rent or buy movies and shows through the service. SD episodes of Superstore are available for $1.99 each, while you can get them in HD for $2.99 per video. Alternatively, you also have the option to buy an entire season for $9.99 for both SD and HD.

Our hot take

Considering all this, Hulu is the best and most affordable way to watch Superstore online without a cable subscription. While purchase options may make sense for some, they tend to cost a lot more than a monthly streaming service as you have to pay for each episode or each season. And the Peacock streaming option doesn’t come by default with offline viewing.

But keep in mind that streaming services regularly change their lineup, so Superstore may not be available to stream after a while. Make sure you sign up for the Hulu free trial if you don’t want to miss the show.

Jacqueline Zote

Jacqueline Zote is a digital marketing and entertainment writer who makes regular contributions to Sprout Social and Recreation Insider. Her interests range from pop culture and mythology to social activism. When she’s not writing, she goes on food adventures and binges on crime drama. Her short fiction has been published by HarperCollins Publishers and Zubaan Books.