The “seriously entertaining”
show about four
college-aged black women
is on its way to the
prestigious New York
A socially conscious portrayal of the misadventures of four college-aged black women, Seeds was selected as part of the Digital Short Series Competition.
The show’s creators, Deja Harrell and C.J. Thomas, took home Bustle’s “Best Emerging Female Creator” award, which honors and showcases women in TV.
As a sponsor for the Digital Short Series competition, Bustle declared the web series “worth a watch” and complimented its exploration of “various stages of life that many women will find relatable and seriously entertaining.”
WE’RE ALL HOES SEEDS, EPISODE #1.1
Seeds will also be screening at the 14th Annual New York Television Festival this month as part of it’s Independent Pilot Competition.
NYTVF, a pioneer of the independent television movement, has featured notable talent including Emmy Award winning writer and Chicago-native, Lena Waithe. The festival runs July 14th to 19th, be sure to catch Seeds on the big screen or stream the series online at seedsseries.com.
To watch season one of Seeds, visit www.seedsseries.com.
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