“The Good Place”: 9 Things To Know
Every fall all the major networks unleash a few new series on viewers and hope that audiences will love it enough to turn it into the next television hit. NBC has quite a few and it seems two of them are looking to be the biggest hits of the fall. Along with the drama This Is Us, NBC is also premiering a new comedy called The Good Place and, with some of the best early reviews out of all the new shows, The Good Place is sure to be well received by viewers. Get ahead of what is sure to be the next big sitcom with these eight things to know about The Good Place:
9. The Minds Behind It
Many fans turn to the creator of the show and look at their past work to try to determine what kind of show they are going to get or at least the quality. The Good Place was created by Michael Schur, who at 40 years old is known for being the co-creator of comedy hits such as Parks and Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Schur teamed up with Lost executive producer Drew Goddard to form the show and will also be acting as an executive producer on The Good Place.
8. The Plot
The Good Place is being described as an American fantasy sitcom series, which is focused on a woman named Eleanor who is struck and killed in a car accident and wakes up in the afterlife. It doesn’t take long before Eleanor realizes that she was sent to “the good place” because of a mix up with a woman of the same name. Eleanor, whose life actions in no way mean she should be in “the good place,” has to learn to be polite and deserving as she figures out what to do next.
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