Diehard fans of Canadian sitcom Kim’s Convenience feel producers have pulled the plug too soon on the hit show despite its burgeoning global fan base and a network commitment for another season.The endearing show about a Korean immigrant family delves into the minutiae of life in multicultural Toronto. The parents run a variety store, the son works at a car rental shop, and the humour derives as much from intergenerational misunderstandings as racial, social and sexual politics.The popular…



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