Over one million (1.116) viewers watched the final episode of CBC Television’s LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE, Wednesday, March 4. A critical and audience hit, the series averaged 1.252 million over its eight-episode season. Its debut drew 2.196 million viewers, a record for a series premiere on CBC Television.
“We are delighted with the response from viewers who tune in weekly and write and e-mail us with their comments,” said Kirstine Layfield, CBC executive director of network programming.
LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE has received a number of accolades, including being invited by the Museum of Television and Radio, in both Los Angeles and New York, to screen an episode. Following the screening, a panel consisting of the cast, creators and producer will respond to questions.
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