That’s a wrap! Last night marked the series finale of the hit Toronto-made show Kim’s Convenience. After five glorious seasons, this comedy was one of Canada’s favourites. So it’s only fitting that plenty of folks from coast-to-coast have something to say about the ending.
If you didn’t catch the final episode, don’t worry. We’re not going to give away any spoilers here. Instead, we’ve rounded up all the best (and shadiest) reaction Tweets to Kim’s Convenience coming to a close.
— Kim’s Convenience (@KimsConvenience) April 14, 2021
On the eve of what is now to be the series finale of Kim’s Convenience, I hoped I’d be at a point where I could speak about it with a clear head. But the truth is I’m still pretty f**king angry. Hours of therapy are sure to follow.
You all deserved a proper ending.
— Simu Liu (@SimuLiu) April 12, 2021
Positively overwhelmed at all of the support from our fans. This isn’t goodbye, you guys; I’ll be annoying you with my dumb face very soon.
Thanks for 5 incredible years, 65 incredible episodes.#OKSeeYou
— Simu Liu (@SimuLiu) April 14, 2021
To the writers of #KimsConvenience. Thank you Ins, Kevin, Amelia, Clara, Matt, Carly, Sophie, Anita, Sonja, Rebecca, Nadiya, Jean, Barbara, Zlatina, Allana, Kat, Garry, Amanda, Eric, Winter, Emily, Rosamund, and Shebli. It was an honour to act out your stories, words, and jokes. pic.twitter.com/YIOnCCzUU1
— Andrew Phung (@andrewphung) April 13, 2021
Sending lots of love to the cast and crew of Kim’s Convenience. Thank you for five amazing seasons. x https://t.co/qzd4BsfaKd
— dan levy (@danjlevy) April 14, 2021
Congrats to everyone involved!
It’s an emotional time for all of you. Hope you can take a moment to catch your breathe and celebrate what you’ve done. #OkSeeYou
— Gerry Dee (@gerrydee) April 14, 2021
For years, @KimsConvenience has celebrated diversity and championed inclusion. Although the show ends tonight, and we have to say “okay, see you” to @SimuLiu and the entire Kim family one last time, let’s continue to #SeekMore representation in the stories on our screens. pic.twitter.com/AgfWkuQhO2
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) April 13, 2021
— Steven Del Duca (@StevenDelDuca) April 14, 2021
— MADE | NOUS (@made_nous) April 14, 2021
As you can see, loads of big names shared their feelings online. From the emotional musings of stars of the show, to support from fellow Canadian superstars, to comments from a politician or two, it’s clear Kim’s Convenience made its mark on everybody.
You can stream the full series, including last night’s finale, right now on CBC Gem.
Ok, see you.