FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - (Walnut Creek, CA, June 30, 2023) - All six seasons (91 episodes) of the award-winning comedy, Little Mosque on the Prairie, are now available to stream in Canada on Disney+. The streaming giant has picked up the series for a two-year, non-exclusive license.
Produced by WestWind Pictures, Little Mosque on the Prairie takes an affectionate, comedic look at a small Muslim community trying to fit into rural Canada. The comedic series broke down multiple stereotypes when it set a mosque in the parish hall of the local church, leaving the respective congregations to figure things out (comedically). The 91-episode series won dozens of awards both as a creative endeavour and as a contribution to a constructive dialogue. The producers' most cherished award was The Search for Common Ground Award, presented after the show's debut in 2007, an award shared by such luminaries as Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Romeo Dallaire. Little Mosque on the Prairie continued to garner awards during its six seasons of production, which ended in 2012.
About WestWind Pictures
WestWind Pictures, a One Planet Group affiliated company, creates and distributes film and television content for a worldwide audience. Since its establishment in 1989, the company has delivered over 650 hours of premium content spanning various genres, including drama, comedy, documentary, feature film, lifestyle, and children's programming. Founded by Mary Darling and Clark Donnelly, the company has developed a stellar reputation with broadcasters and distributors in Canada, the U.S., and beyond.
WestWind has developed or produced with major Networks in Canada and Internationally, including the CBC Network, Rai, Canal Plus, NBC, CBS and 20th Century Fox. Little Mosque on the Prairie, was sold to over 120 countries and has now been optioned as a format for an American adaptation. The company has recently won multiple festival awards for its short film, Color Me Jane, and its feature-length documentary, In Search of a Better World.
WestWind’s development slate of dramatic series includes the highly anticipated Becoming Little Women and Color Me Jane. The company has also partnered with Leaven Media, and Warner Bros. to bring to life the topical drama Black Walden.