Grab your blankets and make some popcorn! These Netflix Canada shows like Kim's Convenience are sure to be a hit for your next binge-watching marathon. There's even some that are filmed in Canada.\nThe Korean-Canadian family comedy has been exclusively filmed in and around Toronto. It even stars a fully Canadian cast too.\nRight up the alley is Schitt's Creek, starring almost all Canadians. The iconic motel is located in Orangeville, with filming locations around Ontario.\nIf Canadian TV is your thing, you'll want to check out these series that are filmed around Canada.\nWhile you wait for season four of Kim's Convenience to hit Netflix, pop on one of these nine sitcoms to get some belly laughs.\nWorkin' Moms\nRating: 79% on Rotten Tomatoes\nCurrently in its third season, this comedy filmed in Toronto is relatable for anyone, even those who aren't parents. The plot follows four moms just getting out of maternity leave who are faced with challenges regarding work, relationships, and some gritty situations.\nLife in Pieces\nRating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIf you enjoy following the lives of family members, you'll want to sink your teeth into this sitcom. Three generations of the Short family get themselves into all sorts of awkward and hilarious situations that are totally relatable.\nArrested Development\nRating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAnother family-centred sitcom follows the Bluth's who lose their family fortune. The story totally has a Schitt's Creek vibe and the five seasons of the star-studded cast will have you giggling nonstop.\nOne Day at a Time\nRating: 98% on Rotten Tomatoes\nYou can catch three seasons of this remake of the 1975 sitcom of the same name that follows a Cuban-American family living together under one roof. It even has a tie to Canada since the landlord Pat Schneider is a Canadian living in LA with a green card.\nSick Note\nRating: 50% on Rotten Tomatoes\nHarry Potter's Rupert Grint stars as Daniel Gloss in two seasons of this British comedy. He gets misdiagnosed with cancer and decides to ride the wave of sympathy and attention instead of telling the truth. That is until people start finding out.\nCuckoo\nRating: 70% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAnother British comedy that stars some famous faces includes Andy Samberg in season one. After that, Taylor Lautner plays the role of his son in seasons two to five. His character is a hippy with some wild ideas and he marries a girl whose parents aren't too happy about his lazy lifestyle.\nSanta Clarita Diet\nRating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThough this is classified as a horror-comedy, it's mostly full of giggles. Drew Barrymore stars in three seasons as an undead human with a thirst for blood. Her husband and daughter do the only logical thing to keep her fed and help her hunt for human flesh.\nMr. D\nRating: N/A on Rotten Tomatoes\nEight seasons of this hilarious Canadian sitcom will give you at least a few weeks of binge-watching fun. Scarborough born Comedian Gerry Dee plays an unqualified and unprofessional teacher who gets himself into the messiest situations. It was entirely filmed in Nova Scotia too.\nGreat News\nRating: 84% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIf you enjoy the dysfunctional parent-child relationships found in Kim's Convenience, you'll enjoy the two seasons of this series that comes from co-executive producer Tina Fey. It follows a TV journalist whose mother gets the gig as an intern at her job but isn't too happy about her new coworker.