The series, set in the world of television news, Getting along with some colleagues can be rough, but working with your mom? That's a whole other story. When Katie, an up-and-coming news producer, finds out her overbearing mom has rejoined the workforce as an intern at Katie's TV station, it might just be the worst news ever. But, with her biggest cheerleader at her side, Katie might finally get the recognition she deserves.
Diana has been promoted again, this time to the head of the corporation that owns MMN, but before she leaves she finds herself embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal. This leaves Katie unsure who to believe - her mentor or her friends in the office
NBC has renewed Great News for a second season. The freshman comedy, which includes Tina Fey as one of its executive producers, premiered just last month as a mid-season entry and is currently six episodes into its run. Ratings so far have been modest at best, though critical reception has been mostly positive.
Currently airing new episodes Tuesday nights, the series follows an up-and-coming news producer who learns that her overbearing mother has decided to rejoin the workforce as an intern at her TV station. Though not overly excited about this turn events, there ends up being some benefits to having her biggest supporter by her side.