Thunderbird Entertainment Celebrates the Premieres of its Highly Anticipated Content Line-up for Fall 2020 and Winter 2021

September 23, 2020Atomic Cartoons, Corporate News, Great Pacific Media, Industry News, Kim's Convenience, News, News Releases

Company is Launching Seven New and Returning Series with the World’s Leading Platforms, Including Animated, Scripted and Factual Content Vancouver, Canada, September 23, 2020 – Thunderbird Entertainment Group Inc. (TSXV:TBRD, OTC – THBRF) (“Thunderbird” or the “Company”) is celebrating the global premieres of its highly anticipated Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 content line-up, which includes seven … Read More

Thunderbird Entertainment Announces Start of Production on Season Five of CBC Original Comedy Kim’s Convenience

September 9, 2020Industry News, Kim's Convenience, News Releases, Thunderbird Films

Production of the Award-Winning Series Begins September 9, 2020 Season Five of the Hit Comedy Series to Premiere Winter 2021 on CBC Vancouver, Canada, September 9, 2020 – Thunderbird Entertainment Group Inc. (TSXV:TBRD, OTC – THBRF) (“Thunderbird” or the “Company”) is thrilled to announce that production of the next season of its hit CBC original … Read More

If You Love Family Sitcoms, Watch Kim’s Convenience

August 15, 2018Industry News, Kim's Convenience

Bryan Washington / Vulture  There’s a moment halfway through the first season of Kim’s Convenience that encapsulates the show: Mr. Kim (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee), the co-owner of a grocery store in Toronto, is peering at a black dude sifting through snacks by the register. As the customer moves along, Kim asks his daughter, Janet (Andrea Bang), “What … Read More

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?

July 13, 2018Kim's Convenience

Margaret Lyons/ The New York Times No matter how much free time you have this weekend, we have TV recommendations for you. Come back every Friday for new suggestions from our TV critic on what to watch. … a Half-Hour, and I Like Families ‘Kim’s Convenience’  When to watch: Starting Friday, on Netflix. “Kim’s Convenience” started … Read More

16 movies and TV shows filming in Toronto this July

June 29, 2018Kim's Convenience

Daily Hive/ Alison Pudsey Let’s admit it, it’s pretty cool when Hollywood comes to the streets of your hometown — catching glimpses of Toronto on the big screen, cameras rolling, and maybe even running into your favourite characters live and in action. Here are 16 movies and TV shows filming in Toronto this July! Kim’s Convenience – … Read More

10 films and TV shows worth watching this Canada Day

June 29, 2018Kim's Convenience

Hello!/ Kathryn Kyte It’s almost time to shout from the hilltops, for our beloved day of national pride is upon us. Canada Day celebrates the best our country has to offer – from food to events to painting our faces like children again just because we can. In honour of this joyous occasion, and in case you’re looking … Read More


June 28, 2018Industry News, Kim's Convenience

Resonate/ Tony Jaybee The Toronto based show is based on Ins Choi’s Broadway hit All seasons of Canadian comedy Kim’s Convenience will soon be available on Netflix internationally. According to Thunderbird, Netflix will be launching all seasons of Canadian hit comedy Kim’s Convenience internationally. Kim’s Convenience focuses on the daily lives of the Kims – a Korean Canadian family who run a … Read More

Thunderbird Leo Award Winners 2018

June 5, 2018Great Pacific Media, Heavy Rescue: 401, Highway Thru Hell, Industry News, Kim's Convenience, Somewhere Between, Worst to First

Thunderbird took home 7 Leo Awards this year. Thank you to the Leo Awards and congratulations to all the winners below! BEST MUSICAL SCORE DRAMATIC SERIES James Jandrisch Somewhere Between – The Hunter and the Hunted BEST PICTURE EDITING DOCUMENTARY SERIES Tim Wanlin, Robert Landy Heavy Rescue: 401 – Skyway Thru Hell BEST SOUND DOCUMENTARY … Read More


May 24, 2018Atomic Cartoons, Great Pacific Media, High Arctic Haulers, Kim's Convenience, Molly of the Denali

Greg David, TV Eh? From a media release: Canada’s public broadcaster today announced its robust 2018-19 slate, including 17 new series and 36 renewed titles – one of CBC’s largest returning lineups to date. CBC’s upcoming year of original Canadian programming includes drama, comedy, factual, arts, music, kids, sports, news and documentary programming across television, … Read More