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REVISED CW PRIMETIME LISTINGS FOR THE WEEK OF
JULY 21, 2014 (ALL TIMES ET)
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULING CHANGES FOR MONDAY, JULY 21 AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 1
A NEW KIND OF TEST - Harry (Adam Korson) helps Billy's (William Ainscough) moms, Zoey (Stephanie Anne Mills) and Michelle (Amanda Brugel), encourage Billy to be cooler at school. Meanwhile, Jonathan (Matt Baram) and Janet (Laura de Carteret) fear their daughter Anastasia (Abby Ross) may be failing French, and administer an I.Q. test to Harry, fearing she got the 'dumb gene' from him. Harry and Rose (Carrie-Lynn Neales) square off about the future of Rose's potential child. James Genn directed the episode written by Joseph Raso (#102). Original airdate 7/21/14
SEASON(S): 1 (13 episodes, 11 of which have yet to air)
ADDITIONAL NOTES: confirmed as canceled on 7/23/14
DESCRIPTION: (from The CW's press release, April 2014) The half-hour comedy SEED premieres Monday, July 14 (9:30-10:00 pm ET), following encore episodes of WHOSE LINE. From the creative team of Joseph Raso ("Zombies & Cheerleaders") and award-winning writer/producer Mark Farrell ("This Hour Has 22 Minutes," "Made in Canada," "Corner Gas"), SEED tells the story of Harry (Adam Korson), a single, underachieving bachelor/bartender who is also a sperm donor. Harry reluctantly begins a relationship with three unique and separate recipient families - a laid-back lesbian couple with a 9-year-old son, a neurotically hopeful single mom-to-be, and an uptight, upper-class family with a rebellious teenage daughter - with whom he'll come to share more than just his DNA. Produced by Force Four Entertainment, SEED is executive produced by Joseph Raso, Mark Farrell, John Ritchie, Rob Bromley and Gillian Lowrey. The Force Four production team includes Supervising Producer Paula J. Smith ("Less Than Kind") and Producer Karen Wentzell ("Trailer Park Boys").