All-American Muslim was an American reality television program executive produced by Mike Mosallam Productions. The program followed the daily lives of five Lebanese-American Shia Muslim families in Dearborn, Michigan, the largest Muslim community in the United States. All-American Muslim premiered on November 13, 2011 on TLC.

Following a screening at the 2011 Television Critics Association Press Tour, The Hollywood Reporter dubbed All-American Muslim "fascinating". Noting that the participants believed the series was not intended to be educational, THR nonetheless felt that "watching their lives will teach us a lot about the culture of Americans who practice Islam and how they’re both similar and unique from us". In a formal review following the series premiere, THR reiterated its praise. With the caveat that the series might look very different were it focused on Dearborn's more conservative Palestinian or Yemeni enclaves, THR found the series "undeniably authentic and moving" and that viewers would come away with a greater understanding of the Muslim-American community.

The series premiere was viewed by 1.7 million viewers.