Seed premieres tonight – reviews & interviews

From Scott Stinson of the National Post:

  • Adam Korson makes his selfish goof likeable to make Seed a success
    My reaction upon first hearing of the premise of Seed, in which a single man in his thirties is tracked down by the biological offspring who are a result of his sperm-donor days, was that it sounded awfully contrived. I’m pretty sure there are laws against that kind of thing — the tracking-down part, if not the actual donation. Read more.

From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:

  • Meet Harry: slacker, sperm donor … father of three
    Seed (City, 8:30 p.m.) is deeply silly and the kind of good, off-kilter dumb comedy that we can do with aplomb in Canada. Especially out of Halifax, it seems. There’s no recipe, but among the requirements are characters who are fabulously immature, plus some sharp, unostentatious writing and a version of stoner humour that works even if you’re not five miles high. Read more.

From Tony Wong of the Toronto Star:

From Jennifer Cox of Crave:

  • A Candid Talk With Adam Korson Of “Seed
    Harry is a loveable charming bachelor bartender who is the kind of guy who has a different woman every night but tells it like it is. Women want to sleep with him and guys want to hang out with him. He loves the life he lives and when the kids come into it, there’s resistance at first but you can’t help but fall in love with him. Read more.