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You watched Marvel's new Shang-Chi trailer and want more Simu Liu? Check out Kim's Convenience
The Kim's Convenience star is the face of Marvel's newest cinematic production, but if you can't wait until then, here's how you can get your Simu Liu fix.
Everything that went down in season one of Pretty Hard Cases
Pretty Hard Cases’ first season has come to an end, and with so much action, suspense and romance packed into 10 episodes, we wouldn’t be surprised if you missed a couple things.
The best of Kim's Convenience fan art
From painting and drawing to miniature models and even baking, the #Kimbits have created beautiful artwork inspired by Kim’s Convenience over the last few years.
Canadian Screen Award noms are in: Schitt's Creek leads the pack with 22 nominations
The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television have announced their nominations for the 2021 Canadian Screen Awards (CSA) and many of your CBC Comedy favourites have made the cut.
Justin Wu: From aspiring photographer to Kim's Convenience's youngest director
When Justin Wu first got the call that he would be directing an episode of Kim's Convenience, he instantly broke down into tears out of sheer excitement and disbelief.
Have you heard of Marvel's newest Middle Eastern superhero?
Rob Michaels and Fady Ghali, the creators of Wishful Genies a Youtube sketch comedy channel thought the Marvel universe was lacking in diversity, so they created their own Arab superhero.
Keesha Brownie's new comedy album is the result of 'addiction' to standup
After graduating from theatre school, Brownie took a comedy workshop and the comic/ actor hasn't been able to stop since.
35 years later, Eric McCormack returns to his stage roots (via Zoom) for a good cause
Will & Grace star Eric McCormack stars in a virtual reading of Shakespearian style comedy Wil, to raise money for The Actors Fund and AFC.
Eric McCormack hopes Will & Grace made things easier for Schitt's Creek and other LGBTQ shows
Eric McCormack reflects on his iconic role in Will & Grace and how the show helped pave the way for future LGBTQ shows.
Andrea Jin hopes her grandmother never listens to her new comedy album, Grandma's Girl
The 24-year-old Vancouver comedian pulls a lot of her comedic inspiration from her grandparents, so much so that she fears her album will get her in trouble.