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The CW spreads 'Seed' from Canada
After the summer success of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" The CW is looking to continue its push back into half-hour comedy.
The CW announced this week that it has picked up the Canadian sitcom "Seed," from Joseph Raso and Mark Farrell.
"Seed," already the highest rated original comedy series on Canada's City network, will premiere later this season and features Adam Korson as underachieving bartender and sperm donor who meets three of the families that have received his seed.
This "Seed" should not be confused with CW Seed, the network's digital arm that features four web series including "Husbands."