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'Kim's Convenience' Season 4 Is Coming To Netflix Canada & It Drops Next Month

Cancel your fall plans, Canada! Kim's Convenience season four is finally coming to Netflix Canada. The best part is that it’s dropping just in time for the cozy season.

In an Instagram post on September 23, Netflix Canada revealed some of the new movies and shows heading to the platform in October.

Alongside tons of scary flicks, the latest season of Kim’s Convenience will be landing on the streaming service.

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Netflix confirmed to Narcity that the show will be available from October 1, meaning it’s going to drop just in time for the snuggly season.

For fans of all-things-Canadian, the streaming service also confirmed that the finale of Emmy-winning Schitt’s Creek will also be available from October 7.

While Kim’s Convenience didn’t qualify for any awards at the 2020 Primetime Emmys, Appa (Hyung Lee) says he still got the best prize of all.

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