Series about ethnic and religious groups appear to be the latest hot trend in reality TV. There is MTV’s mega hit about Italian Americans Jersey Shore and TLC’s Mormon series Sister Wives and gypsy show My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding. Bravo yesterday announced Shahs of Sunset, a new docu-series from Ryan Seacrest about Iranian Americans in LA. Today, TLC is unveiling All-American Muslim, a new series about Muslim Americans set to premiere in November. Set in Dearborn, Michigan, home to the largest mosque in the United States, it follows the daily lives of five Muslim American families. Shed Media US is producing, with Nick Emmerson, Jennifer O’Connell and Dan Peirson exec producing.
TLC Greenlights Reality Series About Muslim Americans
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