From the Harvard Independent:
- Praise Be to the CBC: Canadian comedy is the Little Mosque that could
“[Canadian serials] pale in comparison to their American counterparts, with less professional sets and actors, low budgets, and uninspiring concepts. These shows really are just too Canadian: more humble, more honest, less glammed up, less catchy. They usually don’t sell. However, with Little Mosque on the Prairie, I think our northern neighbors have finally found a concept that will change the way people think about Canadian television.”
Diane is the founder of TV, eh? She loves books, movies, TV, science, space, traveling, theatre, art, cats, and drinking multiple beverages at the same time.
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