“Kim’s Convenience” is in its fifth and final series, but the sitcom on Netflix has lost none of its feel-good factor.
“Kim’s Convenience” is in its fifth and final series, but the sitcom on Netflix has lost none of its feel-good factor.
Stephen McCarty
Opinion

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What a view by Stephen McCarty

Kim’s Convenience on Netflix, starring Simu Liu, keeps the laughs coming, and the compassion

  • Appa and Umma will forever be slightly out of step with the Toronto community their store serves, and with their children – and therein lies the show’s charm
  • In David Hare’s Roadkill, Hugh Laurie is British government minister Peter Laurence, a libertarian who seems capable of overcoming even the seediest of scandals

“Kim’s Convenience” is in its fifth and final series, but the sitcom on Netflix has lost none of its feel-good factor.
“Kim’s Convenience” is in its fifth and final series, but the sitcom on Netflix has lost none of its feel-good factor.
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