Kim's Convenience vet Andrew Phung has co-created a new CBC sitcom with Scott Townsend called Run the Burbs, premiering in Winter 2022.
Kim's Convenience and Shang Chi star Simu Liu released a statement attempting to clarify his Facebook post on the show's unceremonious end.
Jean Yoon defended Simu Liu in a series of tweets responding to a TV critic's criticism of racism and lack of diversity on Kim's Convenience.
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CBC's Kim’s Convenience aired its final episode this week, and cast members gathered for an aftershow to discuss what might have been.
Kim’s Convenience stars Andrew Phung and Nicole Power have landed themselves new projects- with Power starring in a spinoff series.
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With the show now prematurely canceled, we take a deep dive into the heart of Kim's Convenience, the nature of sitcoms as a whole, and more.
Though the CBC series was canceled even after being renewed for a sixth season, fans of Kim’s Convenience aren't ready to say goodbye yet.
Kim’s Convenience was the most popular sitcom on Canadian television and a Netflix global hit, so its cancellation leaves a lot of questions.
With fans and cast members still reeling from the news, Kim's Convenience star Simu Liu took to Twitter to address the show's cancellation.
Kim’s Convenience, the popular Canadian sitcom about a Korean-Canadian family running a convenience store, has been canceled with Season 5.
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Originally announced (and covered by Bleeding Cool) back in 2015, CBC's television adaptation of award-winning writer/artist Jeff Lemire’s graphic novel