This Canadian comedy series, seen on the national broadcaster CBC, was the first to depict ordinary Muslim life in North America.
It is set in a small fictional town called Mercy, home to both a Muslim and Christian population. Its creator and producer, Zarqa Nawaz, has said her goal was to make a sitcom, not a satire.
So while the Muslim and Christian characters do tackle issues of faith, integration and acceptance, it was done through everyday comedic scenarios: co-ed swimming classes, bad hair days under headscarves and chaperoned dates.
The show's diverse characters are both liberal and conservative Muslims, tolerant and suspicious Christians, and include a Christian woman who converted to Islam for her Muslim husband. The series has won awards both within and beyond Canada.
It enters its sixth and final season this month.