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August 13, 2015



Vancouver, BC (August 13, 2015) – There’s more mayhem and romance brewing in the toy factory. Thunderbird is pleased to announce that YTV’s #1 hit series Some Assembly Required will return for a third season. The live-action kids’ comedy will premiere all-new episodes in 2016.

Season 2 left fans with some questions for the new season. Will Piper and Jarvis finally get together? Will the gang finally discover that Bubkes was Candace in disguise all along? Season 3 will also feature Candace’s newly adopted daughter Adelaide. Will being a mother soften her or will she now just have a pint-sized partner in crime?

Some Assembly Required is shot in front of a live-studio audience in Burnaby, BC and the third season is in production this week. The series stars Kolton Stewart (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, The Ellen DeGeneres Show) and Charlie Storwick (winner of YTV’sThe Next Star, Season 4). The second season is currently airing Monday’s on YTV.

Some Assembly Required is a Canadian comedy series created by Dan Signer (A.N.T. Farm, Mr. Young) and Howard Nemetz (Mr. Young, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody) and is produced by Thunderbird Films. It tells the story of Jarvis Raines (Kolton Stewart), an average teenager who becomes a boss overnight after he sues a toy company over a defective chemistry set that blows up his house. Jarvis’ first act as CEO of Knickknack Toys is to recruit a diverse group of kids from his high school to help him run the company. Some Assembly Required was recently acquired by Netflix worldwide.

For more information about studio location and to reserve seats for a live taping, email: someassemblylive@gmail.com

Media Contact
Nicola Pender

About YTV Celebrating 25 years in television, YTV is a leading cross platform entertainment brand for kids and families. The channel offers quality entertainment with hilarious animated and live-action comedy series, popular Nickelodeon series, blockbuster movies, top-rated original Canadian programming, music, celebrities and the channel’s after-school block, The Zone. Through its multiple platforms and exclusive digital and interactive content, YTV is the voice of Canadian youth culture. YTV is owned by Corus Entertainment Inc., a Canadian-based media and entertainment company. Corus is a market leader in specialty television and radio with additional assets in pay television, television broadcasting, children’s book publishing, children’s animation and animation software. The Company’s multimedia entertainment brands include YTV, Treehouse, Nickelodeon (Canada), ABC Spark, W Network, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network (Canada), Cosmopolitan TV, Sundance Channel (Canada), Movie Central, HBO Canada, Nelvana, Kids Can Press, Toon Boom and radio stations including CKNW AM 980, 99.3 The FOX, Country 105, 630 CHED, Q107 and 102.1 the Edge. Corus creates engaging branded entertainment experiences for its audiences across multiple platforms. A publicly traded company, Corus is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (CJR.B). Visit YTV at YTV.com . All YTV times are ET/PT.

Thunderbird is a rapidly growing Vancouver-based TV and film production company with offices in Los Angeles, Toronto and London. Thunderbird produces award winning programming for Canadian and International broadcasters.  The Thunderbird group of companies includes Vancouver-based Reunion PicturesGreat Pacific Media and Atomic Cartoons, UK-based theatrical distributor Soda Pictures, and a joint venture with Lionsgate, Sea to Sky Entertainment, which is dedicated to creating content for the US and International market.