From John Doyle, normally of the Globe and Mail but here writing for TV Quarterly:
- What makes Canadian TV so different?
“Little Mosque on the Prairie made the American media curious because it has a comic premise that’s outrageous in the context of mainstream U.S. network TV — it finds comedy in the lives of a group of Muslims living in a small prairie town where many of the locals are suspicious of them.”
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