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CBC’S Zulekha Nathoo Reports on Little Mosque on the Prairie’s Impact

Saturday, April 7, 2012 @ 12:04 AM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

With Little Mosque on the Prairie having  drawn to a close this past week, media coverage was  quite prominent for the groundbreaking Canadian series. Among the  features done for the show, was one by reporter Zulekha Nathoo from the CBC. Nathoo’s recent report on the show which examined the national impact and international impact which Little Mosque had on Muslim perception from the perspective  of viewers, researchers, cast members  and crew members was featured on  CBC’s,The National on Sunday, April 1@ 9:00pm eastern time.

To see the feature on the series which includes myself discussing my perspective on the show  visit @http://www.cbc.ca/video/#/News/TV_Shows/The_National/1233408557/ID=2218190950

.Afterwards, share your thoughts on the segment in the comments section!

4 Responses to “CBC’S Zulekha Nathoo Reports on Little Mosque on the Prairie’s Impact”

  1. kevin says:

    Interesting clip. Is it true that all writing for LMOTP was done by the creator? I was always under the impression that scripts were written by a “team” of writers after the first series. When I think of LMOTP the first thought that comes to my mind is, opportunity lost. What started out as a very funny and unique show steadily went down hill due to changes in the plot and cast. This of course was reflected in the ratings. Of course this is just my opinion, but as the saying goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!

    Still, I will miss the show. It seems that it was on the verge of getting back on track the last series. I wish nothing but success in the future for the cast and crew. Thanks…

    • Welcome,Kevin!Glad you enjoyed the clip.

      Yes, there is a group of writers for the show. Here is a link to information on the various writers of the show, among other crew members.

      //www.cbc.ca/littlemosque/production-bios.php

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the show’s six season run. While I do agree that the cast changes contributed in reduced ratings, I believe that these changes helped bring interesting twists to the storylines of the show. This brought forth interesting dynamics and reformed energy in the later years[i.e Reverend Thorne's character initially brought tension between the Muslim and Anglican community]The show also continued to do well internationally.

      While I appreciated the new energy in the final seasons,I do resonate with your perspective on the first season being a favourite!

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

      Abbas Karimjee, Blog Manager

  2. BAtulbanu says:

    Of all the shows Little mosque on the prairie was the best and I felt missing it when it cam to an end. Abbas thanks so much for introducing me to it. Happy birthday to the blog and many warm wishes to you Abbas and your staff. Keep up the good job. May you blow many star producing candles!!!!!

  3. Thank you so much for your kind wishes and celebrating this special occassion with us on the blog!I look forward to many more years on the blog and hope you will continue to follow along with the future coverage!

    It was my pleasure to introduce you to Little Mosque and its great that you enjoyed it.Like you, I have also been missing the show.

    Best wishes!


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