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Little Mosque filming 2nd season in Saskatchewan
Little Mosque on the Prairie is back on the Prairies.
CBC’s hit TV series about Muslims in a fictional Saskatchewan town is wrapping up production in Regina on its second season.
Producer Michael Snook says on-location shooting for parts of 12 episodes will begin Monday and continue into September. Broadcasts of the second season episodes begin Oct. 3.
“We’ll be shooting five days in Regina over the next couple of weeks and we’ll be shooting five days in Indian Head,” Snook said.
The comedy originated in Regina, although CBC ended up moving more than half of the production to a soundstage in Toronto.
Even so, according to Snook, the sitcom has a strong Prairie component.
“The vast majority of our crew are Saskatchewan, some of our day player cast are from Saskatchewan and the core production unit in terms of producer, production manager and so on Ö are all from here,” he said.
After a successful pilot season, the series is ramping up production from eight episodes to 20.
Little Mosque on the Prairie will be aired in a number of other markets this year, including France and French-speaking parts of Switzerland and Africa.