From Anne T. Donahue of Yahoo:
Why you should be watching ‘Seed’
“Seed,” the Canadian-produced unorthodox family comedy, premiered on Citytv on Feb. 4, but it’s not too late to begin watching. Starring Adam Korson (“Two Broke Girls”), “Seed” celebrates a new type of modern family: one that’s formed at the, er, hands of a sperm donor — and in this case, a sperm donor whose children attempt to include him in their existing familial set-ups. Sentimental? Absolutely. But unlike “The New Normal,” viewers aren’t hit over the head with a life lesson at the end of every episode. From the get-go, “Seed” treats its audience like adults; like they’re in on the joke. Read more.
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