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Posted at 02:14 PM ET, 07/21/2011

TLC orders ‘All-American Muslim’ reality series


Suehaila (on left) and Tereza, owner of the Hijab salon on TLC's "All-American Muslim.’ (TLC)
TLC -- the network of “Freaky Eaters,” “Hoarding: Buried Alive,” “Extreme Couponing” and “19 Kids and Counting” -- announced Thursday it is going to do a reality series it promises will be a compassionate look at what it’s like to be Muslim in America, called “All-American Muslim.”

Says TLC:

What’s it like to be Muslim in America?  TLC answers that question with “All-American Muslim,” a powerful new series premiering in November 2011 that delves deep inside the rarely seen world of Muslim Americans to uncover unique insight into this little known -- and often misunderstood -- community. “All-American Muslim” brings audiences inside Dearborn, Michigan, a mid-sized industrial city that is also home to the largest mosque in the United States. Following the daily lives of five Muslim American families, each episode offers an intimate look at their customs and celebrations, as well as the misconceptions, conflicts and differences they face outside — and within — their own community.

“Through these families and their diverse experiences, we will explore how they blend their values and traditions with everyday life in America, providing insight into their culture with care and compassion,” says TLC’s GM Amy Winter.

The new series is being produced by Shed Media, the indie production house known for such compassionate docu series as “”Freaky Eaters” -- about people addicted to tartar sauce, maple syrup, french fries and such -- cat-fight shows like “Basketball Wives,” “Real Housewives of New York City,” and “Football Wives” -- as well as, in fairness, “Who Do You Think You Are,” and “SuperNanny.”

Here’s a look at some of Shed Media’s shows:

“Freaky Eaters”:

“Basketball Wives”:

“Real Housewives of New York City”:

By  |  02:14 PM ET, 07/21/2011

 
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