TV News | Seed cancelled by Rogers Media

Rogers Media City/specialties publicist Stephanie Perron confirms to Gloryosky on August 21, 2014 that Seed, the Joseph Raso-helmed sitcom which debuted February 4, 2013 on City, will not be renewed for a third season. The sitcom stars Adam Korson as a sperm donor trying to connect with his various offspring, and their attached families. The Rogers Media statement, in full:

“We are extremely proud of Seed and the two seasons that we were able to bring to our viewers. It was a privilege to work with the immense talent behind both the cast and creators involved in this quality Canadian production. It was a difficult decision, but, despite critical acclaim, the series was unable to connect with the audience it needed to continue. We thank Canadians for their support for Seed over the last two years and look forward to bringing them more original content in the future.”

Seed debuted on The CW July 14, 2014, and was cancelled after two low-rated episodes. As Mr. D will air on City on a second-window basis, and with the announcements of Young Drunk Punk and Sunnyside, there is no more room for Seed.

Seed joins Mother Up! as shows on City’s 2013-14 schedule that will not return for new seasons.

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