Mark Farrell


PASADENA, CA–Mark Pedowitz, president of The CW, just keeps raiding Canada for content. In TV terms, The CW could stand for The Canadian Warehouse.Pedowitz announced Wednesday at press tour that Seed, the Halifax-based comedy airing in Canada on City, will enjoy a summer run on his network. Pedowitz sees it as a good summer fit

Seeders (l-r) Adam Koson, William Ainscough and Carrie-Lynn Neales Mark Pedowitz, entertainment president of The CW, hinted at the summer press tour that his weblet was trying to get funnier. The success this summer of Whose Line is it Anyway? gave the network, in Pedowitz’s words, a “strategic piece” of comedy. Yes, he said, after

Want more Seed? We here at TV Feeds My Family are doing our part (okay, my part) to get the word out on this promising new Canadian comedy, which airs Mondays at 8:30 p.m. ET on City.I was on the set in Halifax last November and had an opportunity to speak with executive producer and

Is Adam Korson Canada’s next great sitcom star?City sure hope so. They’re betting the relative unknown actor can carry Seed to term.The new Halifax-based comedy premieres Monday night at 8:30 p.m. ET on City. The Rogers-owned network is growing in reach, adding key markets in Quebec to its coverage, and also in expectations. Besides Seed,