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Kim's Convenience

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Kim’s Convenience

This multi-award-winning series features the lives of a Korean-Canadian family who run a convenience store in Toronto. The series is based on Kim’s Convenience by Ins Choi

The first season holds a 100% rating from Rotten Tomatoes and it has met critical international acclaim. Funny, heartfelt and authentic, Kim’s Convenience premiered on CBC then was picked up by Netflix.

TV rights ownership
Awards won
Created by
Ins Choi, Kevin White
Developed by
Thunderbird Entertainment
Netflix, CBC
Recent Awards
ACTRA Awards (2017)
Canadian Screen Awards (2017)
WGC Screenwriting Awards (2017)
Canadian Screen Awards (2018)
Seoul International Drama Awards (2019)
Canadian Screen Awards (2020)

Somewhere Between

This gripping, heart-wrenching American drama TV series was commissioned by ABC and produced by ITV Studios America and Thunderbird Entertainment. It is an American adaptation of the Korean mystery TV show God’s Gift: 14 Days written by Choi Ran’s.

In this fast-paced drama mystery, mother and successful producer Laura Price is haunted by the knowledge that her eight-year-old daughter will be murdered in the future. She strives to alter her daughter’s harrowing fate. Starring Paula Patton, production began on March 7, 2017, in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Developed by
Stephen Tolkien
Produced by
ITV Studios America and Thunderbird Entertainment
Time travel/mystery series
Filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia
American adaptation
Of famous Korean tv thriller “God’s Gift: 145 Dyas”.
American Broadcasting Company

Some Assembly Required

This teen situation comedy series aired on YTV in Canada and streams on Netflix (seasons 1-2) and Prime Video (season 3) worldwide. The series was produced in Burnaby, British Columbia.

Jarvis Raines, an average 14-year-old becomes the CEO of Knickknack Toys after he sues the toy company over a defective chemistry set that blows up his house. He recruits a bunch of his friends to help him run the company. Silly and easy-watching, something always backfires as this team creates new toys.

Created by
Dan Signer, Howard Nemetz
Produced by
Thunderbird Films
Netflix, CBC
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Thunderbird has collaborated and produced more than 650 hours of compelling scripted content over the last twenty years. From rom-coms to drama, from thrillers to teen situation comedies, we’ve got your next favorite show.

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