From Bill Harris of the Toronto Sun:
- New sitcom ‘Seed’ has promise
Do you find Harry adorable? I should throw in that Harry is a typical TV bachelor bartender, the sort of underachieving late-20s slacker slob that you see a lot of these days. But do you think he’s dreamy? If you do, then you probably will like Seed, which debuts Monday, Feb. 4 on City. Read more.
From Bill Brioux of the Canadian Press:
- Adam Korson is DNA dad to many in edgy new City comedy Seed premiering Monday
When casting the lead on a new sitcom, nothing is left to chance. There’s a careful screening process involving many auditions and callbacks. Everybody has to sign off on the deal. It’s sort of like choosing a donor from a sperm bank. Read more.
From Andrea Nemetz of the Chronicle Herald:
- Stars of Seed share chemistry, camaraderie
Finding Mr. — or Ms. — Right is all about chemistry. Carrie-Lynn Neales and Adam Korson discovered that undefinable “it” on their first read-through for the new Halifax-shot sitcom Seed. “Adam was the first person of three I tested with and instantly, in the waiting room, we just clicked, there was this chemistry,” says Neales by phone from her Toronto home. Read more.
From Glen Schaefer of The Province:
- Mother and son duo grow in sitcom Seed
The mother and son acting duo of Nicole Oliver and William Ainscough were juggling jobs for much of last fall, as nine-year-old William scored a lead role in the new Halifax-filmed TV comedy series Seed. Read more.
From Gloria Martin of 680 News:
- ‘Seed’ interviews: Adam Korson, Mark Farrell and Carrie Lyn Neals
680 Showbiz Editor Gloria Martin was on set in Halifax to speak to actor Adam Korson who plays “Harry,” producer and show runner Mark Farrell and actor Carrie Lyn Neals who plays “Rose.” View interviews.
From Jamie Hall of the Edmonton Journal:
- Edmonton actor goes to Seed
Matt Baram’s starring role in the new TV series Seed is a far cry from his beginnings with Edmonton’s Rapid Fire Theatre improv troupe more than 20 years ago. But it’s even farther from his first acting gig in elementary school, when he shambled awkwardly onto the stage in a costume fashioned entirely out of cardboard. Read more.