Returning where it all began at the Rivoli in Toronto as Prime Video rolled out the red carpet to celebrate the May 13 premiere of their upcoming revival of The Kids in the Hall.
The Kids in the Hall cast members Dave Foley, Mark McKinney, Bruce McCulloch, and Scott Thompson walked the red carpet and screened the first sketch from Prime Video’s upcoming revival series.
The iconic Canadian comedy troupe — Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson—is back with a new season of their ground-breaking sketch series, featuring a fresh batch of fun, off-beat characters and beloved favourites, with sketches that pack a satirical punch, laced with the hilarious, edgy, and fearless comedy The Kids are famous for.
The Kids in the Hall is produced by Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video and Canadian production company Project 10. The Kids in the Hall is created, written and executive produced by Foley, McCulloch, McDonald, McKinney, and Thompson. The Canadian Amazon Original series The Kids in the Hall will be available exclusively on Prime Video on May 13 in 240 countries and territories worldwide.
Other Canadian Celebrities attended the Prime Video Red Carpet
Prime Video Hosted a Star-Studded Red Carpet for the Highly Anticipated Revival of The Kids in the Hall that included other notable Canadians in attendance from The Tragically Hip and select cast from upcoming Prime Video series The Lake, Sugar, and more.
Canadian Amazon Original productions include a revival of the adult animation series Gary and His Demons, set to launch in the fall; the feature film Sugar, set to launch in 2022; the recently greenlit dramedy series The Sticky, and a newly greenlit untitled documentary project on the iconic rock band The Tragically Hip
The Lake. Set in cottage country, the 30-minute episodic comedy will film in northern Ontario from August to September. The Lake stars Jordan Gavaris (Orphan Black), Julia Stiles (Hustlers, The Bourne Identity) and Madison Shamoun (#blackAF, Black-ish). The series will launch in 2022 and be available exclusively on Prime Video.