From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:
- Goodbye, Little Mosque: Nice idea, not so funny
Little Mosque on the Prairie, which ends its run forever tonight (CBC, 8 p.m.) has been called many things. It has been called, in e-mails to me, “an act of social engineering.” It’s been called “groundbreaking,” lighthearted” and “a chuckler.” Unfortunately the most apt description of Little Mosque in recent years is “dreary.” Read more.
From Jeff Dedekker of Postmedia News:
- Farewell, Little Mosque on the Prairie
As the final episode of Little Mosque on the Prairie quickly approaches, series creator Zarqa Nawaz is proud she stayed true to her initial vision for the sitcom. Read more.
- Little Mosque says goodbye
CBC’s ground-breaking show Little Mosque on the Prairie draws to a close Monday night, remaining true to the “ordinary folks” portrayal of Muslims it has practised from the outset. Read more.
From Muhammad Ayish of TheNational.ae:
- Lights go dark on ‘Mosque’, but its message still inspires
When the Canadian sitcom Little Mosque on the Prairie goes off the air after six seasons today, it will be remembered not only as one of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s top-rated shows, but also as a reminder of how religious and cultural diversity sustains western-Muslim co-existence. Read more.
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