Staying home just got less lonely! The stars of Kim's Convenience are hosting a virtual party next week and you can join in. Plus, Schitt's Creek star Emily Hampshire is starting her own weekly live show for viewers too.
The Kim family has been on our screens for four seasons since 2016. They've given us numerous laughs and so many quotable moments.
Seasons one to three are available for your binge-watching pleasure on Netflix. Season four is currently airing on CBC each week and is set to wrap up the finale on March 31.
You can party with them online before it ends! The official Instagram account for the series announced in a post that there will be a virtual finale pre-party featuring the whole cast of the show.
The caption states, "We’re throwing a live-streamed finale pre-party with the FULL CAST of #KimsConvenience! @angryappa, @jeanyoon88, @simuliu, @andrea.bang, @andrewphung, and @nicoleppower will be answering your comments & questions LIVE! Tune in on our Facebook page (fb.com/kimsconvenience) on March 31 from 7–8PM EST! This event will be interpreted in ASL in real time."
That means the cast who play Appa, Umma, Jung, Janet, Kimchee, and Shannon will be hanging out with you and other fellow fans for a whole hour of fun.
The live stream will be followed by the season finale episode airing on CBC at 8 p.m.
Every Tuesday on CBC sees a new episode of both Kim's Convenience and Schitt's Creek.
Currently in its sixth and finale season, Schitt's Creek has a couple more episodes to go before its heartbreaking series finale.
The very hilarious Stevie is played by Montreal born Emily Hampshire, who will also be putting on her own live stream event that you can join in on.
According to Deadline, she "will host a new weekly, live-streamed YouTube talk show to raise money for The Actors Fund’s COVID-19 emergency financial assistance and services program."
The talk show will be called Humpday With Hampshire and will stream episodes on Wednesdays starting on April 1. You can catch them on the Actors Fund YouTube channel.
Deadline writes that the Actors Fund describes the virtual interviews with celebrities as consisting of them "in their natural habitats – be it their bedrooms, kitchens, garages or closets. They’ll share advice on how to get through this unprecedented time with humour, kindness – and your sanity intact."
Just yesterday, Hampshire went live with Queer Eye's Bobby Berk on his Instagram Live where they talked a lot about their love for the movie 12 Monkeys.
Hampshire along with the rest of her castmates are currently scheduled to go on the Schitt's Creek Farewell Tour set to begin on May 1.
While you wait for both live streams to air, you can check out the hilarious social distancing memes that Schitt's Creek and Kim's Convenience have shared online.