From Cassandra Szklarski of the Canadian Press:
- Prairie programs shed lighthearted humour on Canada’s heartland
“It could be all that wheat. Or maybe the flatness of the land garners more giggles. Whatever it is, Prairie humour is big these days with Canadian TV flush with sitcoms set in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Leading the pack are comic favourites Corner Gas and Little Mosque, but this year those established programs are joined by Winnipeg-based shows Less Than Kind, on Citytv, and House Party, on the Comedy Network.” Read more.
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