However, I laid back down and I closed my eyes. Suddenly, I heard my cat, Gertie, start to gag! I jumped out of bed, grabbed her and rushed to the washroom. A few weeks ago, she barfed all over my blanket and I had a hard time getting it out so I wasn't going to go through that again (also, laundry is expensive). When I put her down in the tub, she looked confused. She looked up at me as if to say.. "What?"
As I mentioned before, I took a sick day and resigned myself to the couch. Around 12, a huge TV crew showed up and began filming this new sitcom! Apparently, one of the characters must live in my building - at least that's what I've gathered from my keen detective skills. I tried to snap some shots but I assumed I would look a little crazy. The show, called SEED, is as follows:
TORONTO – 2 Broke Girls’ Adam Korson and Carrie-Lynn Neales (The L.A. Complex) are headlining the Citytv sitcom Seed from Force Four Entertainment.
Seed was created by Los Angeles-based Canadian screenwriter Joseph Raso (Zombies & Cheerleaders), and has Mark Farrell on board as a showrunner on the Halifax, Nova Scotia set.our editor recommends
Canadian thesp Korson plays an ill-equipped bachelor bartender who’s first foray into sperm donation produces a raft of kids and a budding relationship with a single woman (Neales) who used the sperm bank to try to get pregnant.Anyway, sounds interesting. I'm excited to watch it and see how my building comes off. I did try to take the garbage down earlier but was blocked by the film crew. However, one of the guys offered to take it down for me.
“This ticks all the boxes. Joseph’s (Raso) sense of humor is like nothing we have ever read,” Claire Freeland, director of original programming, broadcast for Citytv-parent Rogers Media, said of the latest Canadian series commission from the broadcaster.
The ambitious 13-episode, half-hour series has in all nine leads, including Amanda Brugel (Saving Hope, The Firm), Stephanie Anne Mills, Laura de Carteret, Matt Baram, Vanessa Matsui and newcomers Abby Ross and William Ainscough.
Paula J. Smith is the supervising producer and Karen Wentzell is producing.
Citytv plans an early 2013 debut for Seed.