From Cassandra Szklarski of the Canadian Press:
- ‘Little Mosque’ eyes hoped-for U.S. broadcast deal as series winds down
Of all the barriers CBC’s groundbreaking sitcom “Little Mosque on the Prairie” has managed to cross with its multifaith humour, one surprising wall remains: the U.S. border. Despite having audiences in 92 countries around the world, executive producer Mary Darling notes the gentle comedy has never been able to secure a broadcaster in the United States, where a lighthearted look at culture clash would arguably have its deepest resonance. Read more.
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