I am basing this on having seen the CBC TV series. If I allowed for how new and risky the attempt at something like this is then it's 5 stars. And this is the first season with no experience behind it. Just the fact that it portrays muslims as real ordinary people with the typical flaws people have, with a sense of humour, and with all the same congregation problems that other religions have, especially in small towns - it's great! By the way, if the setting seems unrealistic (a mosque in a small town on the Canadian Prairies), bear in mind that the first mosque in North America was built in a very rural part of North Dakota. It has recently been re-built near Ross ND. Settlement by Lebanese muslims goes back to the late 1800s and relatives visited each other between North Dakota and Saskatchewan. So it's not unrealistic at all. Recently the first year of the series was picked up by Dubai, Turkey, the Palestinian West Bank & Gaza, Finland, and Israel! How about it, Americans?