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. Thereâ€™s a careful screening process involving many auditions and callbacks. Everybody has to sign off on the deal. Itâ€™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. â€” or Ms. â€” Right is all about chemistry. Carrie-Lynn Neales and Adam Korson discovered that undefinable â€œitâ€ on their first read-through for the new Halifax-shot sitcom Seed. â€œAdam was the first person of three I tested with and instantly, in the waiting room, we just clicked, there was this chemistry,â€ 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:
- â€˜Seedâ€™ 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 â€œHarry,â€ producer and show runner Mark Farrell and actor Carrie Lyn Neals who plays â€œRose.â€ View interviews.
From Jamie Hall of the Edmonton Journal:
- Edmonton actor goes to Seed
Matt Baramâ€™s starring role in the new TV series Seed is a far cry from his beginnings with Edmontonâ€™s Rapid Fire Theatre improv troupe more than 20 years ago. But itâ€™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.