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Little Mosque on the Prairie Renewed For Season 6

Friday, February 11, 2011 @ 09:02 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

Check out our follow up report  on Little Mosque’s final season, which  contains additional information based on a press release issued by CBC @ http://abbaskarimjeeweblog.com/2011/06/27/little-mosque-on-the-prairie-to-end-with-season-6/.

Indeed ,  Little Mosque on the Prairie has been renewed for a sixth season, according to a recent press release from CBC. Though the release did not provide specific details regarding the  sixth season, Little Mosque was among the 17 series , which were renewed for CBC’s 2011-2012  television lineup.

Further details regarding the sixth season will be released at a later  date.

Other series  which were renewed include, Dragon Den and Battle of the Blades, both of which  drew an average of 1.5 million viewers, this season.  Other notable renewals include,  The Rick Mercer Report,  which will continue in its ninth season and  The Nature of Things, which is being renewed for  its fifty first season.

Here is  a complete list of  CBC’s  other renewals, for next year’s television lineup.

  • Battle of the Blades
  • 22 Minutes
  • Being Erica
  • Best Recipes Ever
  • Doc Zone
  • Dragons’ Den
  • The Fifth Estate
  • George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight
  • Heartland
  • InSecurity
  • Marketplace
  • The Nature of Things
  • Republic of Doyle
  • The Rick Mercer Report
  • The Ron James Show
  • Steven & Chris

Meanwhile,   CBC’s 18 To Life, Men With Brooms and Village on A Diet  are not apart of the  renewal list. According to a spokesperson  for  CBC, the future of these series remains to be determined.  Further information on CBC’s new series for the 2011-2012 season can be viewed at  TV eh?

Are you excited for the  sixth season of Little Mosque on the Prairie? Which storylines from the current season would you like to see further develop into the next season?What new directions would you like the  series to take and what specific storylines would you like to see to reflect these directions? Sound off in the comments section below

17 Responses to “Little Mosque on the Prairie Renewed For Season 6”

  1. Lucette says:

    While I am glad that LMOTP, BOTB, Rick Mercer, 22 Minutes, The Hour etc have been renewed, 18 to Life is a good well written show! Please reconsider!

  2. Hello Lucette,

    Thank you for your comment. It is indeed delightful to know that Little Mosque as well as other enjoyable programs are returning, though I do share your sentiments regarding 18 To Life.

    Indeed ,it was a well written show, which provided a comedic outlook on the various dynamics associated with a teenage marriage. Unfortunately., CBC later confirmed that the show would not return for a third season.

    Thanks for dropping by and feel free to continue to share your thoughts!

  3. Cathy says:

    WOW WOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I AM REALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLY PHYSCED FOR SEASON 6 OF LITTLE MOSQUE CANT WAITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

  4. Narjis Aziz says:

    when does the 6th season of LMOTP start?

    • Thank you for your comment, Narjis. There has been no word as to when the sixth season will debut, but I will touch base with the producers shortly, to inquire about details regarding the coming season. Stay tuned!

  5. Christy says:

    I’m so happy to see what happens to Little Mosque on the Prairie! I hope they bring back Reverend McGee and I wish the USA would air this :/ thanks Canada!!

  6. Thank you for comment Christy.It will indeed be exciting to see what is in store for the sixth and final season of Little Mosque n the Prairie, given the excitement which unfolded in the finale.

    I agree with your comment regarding the show airing in the USA.There seems to be a large portion of the fan base residing in the US and the show could help in promoting a sense of understanding about the Islamic culture, in a society, where the faith is sometimes misunderstood.

    What other hopes do you have for the sixth season?

  7. marziyeh says:

    OMG Thats great news !6 season!would like to see Ammar n Rayyan in mercy but with ammar working , not just being an imam .and yopussafs story line and ofourse both revrends being developed.

    • Thank you for your comment,Marizyeh. It is indeed great news that the show has been renewed and it would be nice to see Ammar and Rayyan back in Mercy.

      How would you like the interaction between Reverend Thorne and Reverend McGee to develop?Please feel free to keep sharing your thoughts.

      Also,just a note that we will have more details on the sixth season in our upcoming interview with Little Mosque on the Prairie’s associate producer, Shane Corkery.

      Thanks!

  8. Web says:

    I would actually like to see them in montreal and then maybe they would have some problems there and eventually Move back to mercy.I think that maybe in Mercy Rv Magee will be trying to take over thorns place as a Rv.

  9. HollyNYounes says:

    I want to see Amaar and Rayaan’s married life, hopefully Rayaan gets pregnant, as I’ve just had a baby and it would make me feel even more connected to her! Also want to see more of Youssef, will he ever find someone for him? Even if Rayaan and Amaar move to abig city, i would like to continue to follow their lives together!

  10. Siobhan says:

    I am a non-Muslim living in Scotland… and I’m addicted to Little Mosque on the Prairie! It’s funny, lighthearted, family-friendly and has given me a real insight into Islam. I’m looking forward to season six, and finding out what’s next for Amaar and Rayyan. I’d also love to see more interaction between Baber and Reverend Thorne – they are the two funniest characters, in my book.

  11. rizman says:

    bring reverend mcgee, and yasir ,episodes should not emphasize on character but on the story

  12. Angel says:

    I see u said the 6th season is the final one? Please say i read that wrong.

    • Greetings Angel,

       Yes, unfortunately the sixth season is the final one for Little Mosque on the Prairie. According to a recent press release from CBC, the final season will debut January 2012.My report on this press release can be seen @http://abbaskarimjeeweblog.com/2011/06/27/little-mosque-on-the-prairie-to-end-with-season-6/.

      Its my pleasure to keep everyone updated on the sixth season,though it will be sadddening to see the show end.Thanks for dropping by and please feel free to post further questions!

  13. Angel says:

    Also any word yet on when the 6th season would start air? Thank you so much for your efforts to keep us updated.

  14. coolnadia76 says:

    This is such a fantastic show! I wish it would air in regularly in the U.S. (I’m sure politics probably aided in keeping it of the U.S. airways LOL) I know that it would help promote a better understanding of the often misunderstood religion of Islam within my country. Additionally, it also shows how each person regardless of their faith, after all, is human and that we have much in common.

    I’m a tad upset that there is an upcoming “divorce” between the the Hamoudi’s, it kind of puts a damper on the show. I understand that its a part of life but I kind of liked living in the fantasy of the happy, quirky little town.

    Anyways, your cast, your directors, writers (and I’m sure your crew) does a wonderful job and I wish them luck on the sixth season and for years to come!

    Warmest Regards,
    Nadia
    Chicago, IL. U.S.A.


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