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24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
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About this title

Storyline

Donut shop owner Arthur is a gruff Chicagoan who refuses to move into the 20th century by updating the menu with trendy items or renovating the space -- which has remained unchanged since it's opening in 1969. Things start to change when enterprising go-getter Franco talks his way into a job at the shop and convinces Arthur that he can modernize the business, allowing it to remain competitive in the rapidly gentrifying neighborhood. The two get support from Arthur's loyal customers, as they work to remain profitable and fend off the efforts of aspiring real estate capitalist Fawz, who is constantly pressuring Arthur to sell him the building.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: February 2, 2017

Also Known As: Superior Donuts, Лучшие пончики |  See more »

Parents Guide: Germany (12), Norway (A) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

chicago, illinois
restaurant
based on play or musical
donut

Company Credits

Production Co: Daily Productions, Goldman-Donovan Productions |  See more »

Cast

Estelle Anderson
as Protester
Janzy Paraiso
as Hipster/Hipster #1
Apollo Garza
as Donut Shop Patron
Jermaine Fowler
as Franco Wicks
Jon Crowley
as Security
Raheem Williams
as Stool Guy
Armand Vasquez
as Buttons Guy
Joey Diaz
as Jake
Nelson Lee
as Officer Li
Denny Logan
as Gladys
Diane Yang Kirk
as Reporter
Richard Whiten
as Jeffrey St. Clair
David Pasquesi
as Lou
Krishna Smitha
as Gloria
Andrea Carlisle
as Game Patron
Ali Eldin
as Bearded Customer
Luke Youngblood
as Malcolm
Kennelia Stradwick
as Usher
Vladimir John Perez
as Paramedic
Matt Shea
as Dave
Grace Su
as Jasmine
Katey Sagal
as Randy DeLuca
Ella Jay Basco
as Logan
Desi Dennis-Dylan
as Customer
Cedric the Entertainer
as Reggie Wicks
Sachin Bhatt
as Bill
Jim O'Heir
as Gary
Jim Titus
as Mike
Shawn Fornari
as Cop
Shamikah Martinez
as Tavi
Brian Scolaro
as Scalper
Jerry Minor
as Officer Jackson
Brayden Fenderson
as Herbert
Amrita Dhaliwal
as Suzy
Suzanne Cryer
as Eliza
Lucas Hazlett
as Crackhead Kevin
Adam Chambers
as Hipster #2
George 'G Dot' Hill
as Donut Shop Patron
Ozioma Akagha
as Nadine
Leigh Koechner
as Paula
Mary Sohn
as Logan's Mom
Matt Cordova
as Todd
Nikki Tuazon
as Courtney
Addison Russell
as Addison Russell
Judd Hirsch
as Arthur Przybyszewski
Debra Wilson
as Lyric
Charles Carpenter
as Patron #2
Brenda Vaccaro
as Ellen
Darien Sills-Evans
as James Jordan
Bill Cobbs
as 'Wheels' Langdon
Gloria Laino
as Mother-In-Law
Kathryn Danielle
as Nurse McGee
Algerita Wynn
as Doris
Heath Harper
as Nathaniel
Milton T.J. Taylor
as Kid
Michael Bunin
as Clyde
Fahim Anwar
as Abe
Eric Edelstein
as Officer Deckerd
Maurice Williams
as Kenny
Marcello Lanfranchi
as Patron
Rell Battle
as Sweatpants
Matt Besser
as Detective Whitley
Cathy Shim
as Millennial Customer
Tim Russ
as Professor Mills
Keisha Thompson
as Customer
Tracy Thorpe
as Neighbor
Iba Amar
as Superior Donuts Patron
Philip Knight
as Hipster Friend
Julian Gant
as Vince
Maz Jobrani
as Fawz
Diane Guerrero
as Sofia
Christopher McDonald
as Ted
Mike Madrigal
as Customer
Morgan Aiken
as Chris
Clayton Thomas
as Marcus
Cesili Williams
as Customer
Paul Culos
as Sweater Man
Renee Albert
as Donna
Shirell Ferguson-Coleman
as Mrs. Culver
Brock Brenner
as Little Boy
Stephanie Erb
as Elaine
Norma Maldonado
as Moderator
Karl T. Wright
as Marcus
Jim Rash
as Mr. Mathers
Gina St. John
as Patron #1
Erik Rivera
as Rafael
Sarah Stiles
as Dana
Ted Lyde
as Bobby
John Hartman
as Patrick
Cali DiCapo
as Little Girl
Jailen Bates
as Andre
Michael McDonald
as Manfred
Richard Riehle
as Murray
Stephen Guarino
as Brad
Eddie Mujica
as Hipster Customer
Gary Anthony Williams
as Howard
Reggie De Leon
as Zale
Jazzlyn Marae
as Amanda
John DiMaggio
as Craig
David Koechner
as Carl 'Tush' Tushinski
Collin Lee Turner
as Bowler
Joseph J. LaRocca
as Bob
Carlo Mendez
as Joaquin
Ben Dukes
as Denver
Ann Magnuson
as Irene
Nicole C. Barnes
as Emily
Anna Baryshnikov
as Maya
Kevin Dorff
as Phil
Keith David
as John
Rob Nagle
as Agent Kozek
Annie Mumolo
as Lucy
Chaz Ahern
as Architect
Peter A. Hulne
as Police Officer

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2017 | 21 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Primetime Emmy Awards 2017

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series

Art Directors Guild 2018

Nominee

Art Directors Guild

Multi-Camera Television Series

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