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Kim's Convenience tells the funny and heartfelt story of the Kim family. Mr. and Mrs. Kim are Korean Canadian convenience store owners who have worked hard to give their now-twenty-something children, Janet and Jung, a better life in Canada. This single camera comedy finds laughter in the trials of running a literal 'Mom and Pop' shop while raising kids in a culture not quite your own.

Country: Canada

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: October 11, 2016

Also Known As: Kim's Convenience

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Canada (G) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

toronto, canada
based on play or musical
east asian lead
convenience store

Company Credits

Production Co: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Soulpepper Theatre Company |  See more »


Em Siobhan McCourt
as Bathroom Attendant
Chadi Alhelou
as Uncle Ada
Isaak Bailey
as Ephraim the Candy Kid
Kevin Vidal
as Roger
Jan Caruana
as Return Desk Clerk
Nadine Bhabha
as Ingrid
Lydia Monet
as Natalia
Paul Beer
as Maitre D
Tova Epp
as Love Customer
Paulyne Wei
as Dim Sum Server
Earl 'Bubba' McLean Jr.
as Prius Customer
Andrew Phung
as Kimchee Han
Ayinde Blake
as Exhibit Patron
Alexia Boyagian
as Ada Daughter
Ali Badshah
as Terry
Bahareh Yaraghi
as Omar's Sister
Jana Peck
as Money Customer
Kris Hagen
as Sketchy-Looking Dude
Diego Matamoros
as Battery Man
Andrew Bee
as Umma's Dance Partner
Rachelle Casseus
as Michelle/Stacie
Gabriella Sundar Singh
as Chelsea Chettiar
Premika Leo
as Aunt Ada
Deshay Padayachey
as Aussie Customer
Christina Song
as Mrs. Lee
Jordan Pettle
as Candy Dad
Paul Sun-Hyung Lee
as Appa
Jhonattan Ardila
as Busboy
Tina Jung
as Jeanie Park
Todd Campbell
as Lonely Guy
Ziad Ek
as Omar
Becky Johnson
as Handy Customer
Amrit Kaur
as Lauren
Gavin Williams
as Cereal Customer
Jeremy Hernandez
as Semira Customer
Eileen Li
as Grace Lee
Darren Gallo
as Rose Man
Stephanie Belding
as Chatty Woman
Sarena Parmar
as Esi
Tammy Isbell
as Dog Owner
Imanuel Brown
as Other Vandal Teen
Tahirih Vejdani
as Petra
Kimberly-Ann Truong
as Liv
Lynne Griffin
as Miss Angela
Ali Momen
as Handsome Customer
Demi Oliver
as Thomas
Ardon Bess
as Arthur
Brandon McKnight
as Window Washer
Leah Doz
as Attractive Female Server
Meghan Allen
as Police Woman
Joey Nijem
as Ada Son
Sophia Ewaniuk
as Teenage Girl
Diana Leblanc
as Mary
Zach Smadu
as Peter
Won-jae Lee
as Tony Yang
Kunal Jaggi
as Omar
Damiãn Garth Brown
as Alan the Business Man
Merle Newell
as Confident Woman/Spa Goer
David MacLean
as Candy Customer
Mia SwamiNathan
as Becca
Kayla Lakhani
as Galbijjim Eater 3
Jenny Raven
as Gwen
Khalon Nash
as Vijay
Chris Thomson
as Tourist In Park
Callum Shoniker
as Paula's Son
Tim Progosh
as Kelly
Natasha Krishnan
as Participant #1
Marc-Anthony Sarria
as Teen Robber
Gabrielle Graham
as Sage
Uni Park
as Mrs. Park
Brendan Murray
as Carl
Shaquan Lewis
as Another Diner Cop
Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll
as Enrique
Soo-Ram Kim
as Nayoung
Rebekah Miskin
as Other Student
Elena Khan
as Passerby
Jess Salgueiro
as Elena
Zoe Doyle
as Ruth
Jamillah Ross
as Ranisha
Christian Paul
as John
Alexander Nunez
as Boy Toy
Tony Nappo
as Keith
Wilfred Lee
as Choir Member
Soma Chhaya
as Divya
Tricia Black
as Marguerite
Dmitry Chepovetsky
as Doctor
Sharon Forrester
as Trish
Elizabeth Harpur
as Business Woman on Street
Anup Kumar
as Express Customer/Ice Customer/Test Customer
Homa Magen
as Omar's Grandmother
Rebecca Ablack
as Maya
Paolo Santalucia
as Kevin
Sana Asad
as Netflix Customer/Sari
Tommy Chang
as Master Chu
Rhoslynne Bugay
as Jenny
Kevin Claydon
as Officer Tiggs
Dylan Casanova
as Noah
Indy Saluja
as Tennis Man
William Webster
as Mr. Petrenko/Customer
Sugith Varughese
as Mr. Mehta
Kwasi Songui
as Gus
Katrina Chalhoub-Begin
as Other Ada Daughter
Gia Sandhu
as Marlow
Janet Pinnick
as Ball Cap Woman
Nicolette Pearse
as Sydney
Kimberly-Sue Murray
as Nurse Sarah
Hrant Alianak
as Baran/Garlic Customer
Harmeet Bhatti
as Deanne
Roland Greber
as Other Diner Cop
Ronnie Rowe
as Daniel
Ben Beauchemin
as Gerald Tremblay
Michael Xavier
as Alex Jackson
Simu Liu
as Jung
Lawrence Cotton
as Another Coat Bidder
Neeky Dalir
as Reshma
John Ng
as Mr. Chin
Nicole Power
as Shannon Ross
Jaemoon Lee
as Another Job Applicant/Job Applicant
Ghazal Azarbad
as Naya
Andrew Ahmed
as Server
Harveen Sandhu
as Egg Customer/Halimah
Ryan Jinn
as Vince
Aaliyah Cinello
as Ashley
Ken Mohabir
as Yogurt Customer
Sydney Kuhne
as Tara
Taborah Johnson
as Lois Johnson
Mark Sparks
as Party Police Officer
Miguel Anthony
as Bouncer
Derek McGrath
as Frank
Maika Harper
as Michaela
Martin Roach
as Randy
Sarah Gnocato
as Church Girl #2
Ellora Patnaik
as Angeli Mehta
William Healy
as Vandal Teen
Karen Jewels
as Drink Customer/Lisa
Yahsmin Daviault
as Coat Bidder
Daren A. Herbert
as Kwami
Adam Bernett
as Waiter
Christina Dixon
as Group Member #1
Louisa Martin
as Photo Customer
Matt Raymond
as Oliver
Morgan Kohan
as Jen
Natalie Charles
as Claire
Steve Coombes
as Galbijjim Eater 2
Latoya Webb
as Tania
Michael Brown
as Paramedic
Marco Grazzini
as Alejandro
Tarah Consoli
as Toilet Paper Customer
Michael Musi
as Terence
Jill Frappier
as Mrs. Taylor
Nadine Whiteman Roden
as Amanda Brookfield
Kimmy Choi
as Another Choir Member
Mike Nadajewski
as Stonewood Host
Laaibah Alvi
as Fatiha
Dayle McLeod
as Shyleigh
Hiro Kanagawa
as Pastor Choi
Aimee Lee
as Eun-Ji
Deklon Roberts
as Yet Another Diner Cop
Benjamin Sutherland
as Nathan
Ashleigh Rains
as Hipster Mom
Pay Chen
as Beverly Chan
Kayla Lorette
as Dree Davis
Markeda McKay
as Little girl
Ishan Davé
as Raj Mehta
Greg Hamilton
as Man practicing chinlone in park
Caleb Harwood
as Gender free customer
Keith Kemps
as Chip Customer
Jason Diaz
as Pete
Luca Villacis
as Javid Ada
Aya Bryn Zakarya
as Not Melissa
Obssa Ahmed
as Graffiti Artist
Tyler Murree
as Brian
Novie Edwards
as Linda
Kim Roberts
as Lottery Clerk
Tanu Ravi
as Customer
Christine Mao
as Mrs. Bang
Izaak Smith
as Diner Cop
Kevin Jubinville
as Dylan
Nadine Djoury
as Dr. Garcia
Melissa Cultraro
as Tamson
Jean Yoon
as Umma
Joe Delfin
as Partier
Philip Van Martin
as Server
Andre Sills
as Leo
Nancy Armstrong-Thomson
as Tourist In Park
Andy Yu
as Job Applicant
Richard Young
as Brad
Akosua Amo-Adem
as Stacie
Getenesh Berhe
as Semira
Catherine Bruhier
as Claire
Sarah Kim
as Yet Another Choir Member
Sabrina Grdevich
as Ms. Murray
Shaleen Hudda
as Fatima
Reetu Bambrah
as Bartender
Shannon McDonough
as Producer
Jane Luk
as Mrs. Han
Basel Daoud
as Omar's Dad
James Yi
as Jimmy Young
Onyekachi Ejim
as Walid
Gina Kash Dineen
as Face Cream Customer/Galbijjim Eater 1
Janet Porter
as Petition Woman
Andrea Bang
as Janet
Gloria Valentine
as Grandma Ada
William Yong
as Fry Cook
Amanda Brugel
as Pastor Nina Gomez
Gwynne Phillips
as Katie
Amy Rutherford
as Eleanor
Jennifer Gibson
as Illyanka
Roshel London
as Trish's Daughter
Julius Cho
as Taco Sam
Andrew Muir
as Charles
Carlos Albornoz
as Dishwasher Delivery Man.
Artur Adamski
as Dance Instructor
Andrew Jaehyun Park
as Korean Server
Paul Sun Hyung Lee
Ayesha Mansur Gonsalves
as Captain Leaming
Lara Arabian
as Mrs. Ada
Patrice Goodman
as Dr. Peterson
Jung-Yul Kim
as Big Hapkido Student
Paloma Nuñez
as Curious Customer
Bella Caballero
as Pregnant Woman
Thom Allison
as Therese
Elie Gemael
as Mr. Ada
Kevin Bundy
as Edwin Carter
Cody Gallant
as Washroom Boy
Chris James
as Spider Customer
Marcel Stewart
as Scratch and Win Customer
Manuel Rodriguez-Saenz
as Santi
Nicole Babb
as Silent Customer
Paul Bates
as Customer

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2017 | 13 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 13 Episodes

Season 4

2020 | 13 Episodes

Season 5

2021 | 13 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

ACTRA Awards 2017


ACTRA Awards

Outstanding Performance - Female


ACTRA Awards

Outstanding Performance - Ensemble

Canadian Cinema Editors Awards 2017


Canadian Cinema Editors Awards

Best Editing in 1/2 Hour Scripted

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