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Visit Table GG-16 in Artist’s Alley where Husbands merchandise (T-shirts! Posters!) will be available as well as scheduled signings with Jane Espenson, Brad Bell, Sean Hemeon, and Director Eli Gonda.

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SAN DIEGO COMIC CON SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, JULY 24th

 10:30 -11:30 The Legacy and Return of Battlestar Galactica

Richard Hatch (Tom Zarek, Captain Apollo), Jamie Bamber (Lee Adama), and Dr. Kevin Grazier (science consultant for Falling Skies, Battlestar Galactica, Eureka) host a discussion and Q&A on the upcomingBattlestar Galactica movie and where fans would like to see the story and characters go. Panelists include Luciana Carro (Battlestar Galactica, Falling Skies) and Jane Espenson.

Room 6BCF

 12:45-1:45 Behind the Scenes of Science Fiction in Movies and on TV

Jane Espenson (Husbands), Amy Berg (Eureka), Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy), and Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead) discuss what it’s like to create blockbuster science fiction in the media: their adventures and challenges, what’s working now, what the future will look like, and all the factors that will change how we consume our personal fandoms. Moderated by Phil Plait (Bad Astronomy Blog).

Room 6DE

 3-4 PM The Most Dangerous Women at Comic-Con: Positive Portrayals of Women in Pop Culture

With so many damsels in distress, “fridged” girlfriends, and invisible women in popular culture, how’s a fangirl (or fanboy) supposed to find a lady to look up to? By banding together and making their own, that’s how! To discuss the best (and most disappointing) examples of powerful women in pop culture, Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill (Action Movie Freak) has assembled a team of women and men dangerous in their own right: Lesley Aletter (professional stuntwoman), Jenna Busch (Legion of Leia founder), Adrienne Curry (host/model/Tolkien enthusiast), Jane Espenson (Husbands), Alan Sizzler Kistler (TheMarySue.com), Bryan Q. Miller ( Batgirl), and Jennifer K. Stuller (Ink-Stained Amazon).

Room 7AB

 5-6PM How to Kickstart Your Dream Like a Pro

A lineup of all-star creators who’ve used Kickstarter to launch their dream projects help you learn first-hand from the pros how to create your own successful Kickstarter campaign. Panelists include legendary TV writer/producers Jane Espenson and Brad Bell (Husbands), comics icon Jimmy Palmiotti (Denver,Forager), and artist extraordinaire John Picacio (The 2014 John Picacio Calendar). Moderated by Craig Engler (Kickstarter).

Room 25ABC

 6-7 PM SIGNING at our table in ARTISTS ALLEY (main convention floor GG-16) –Brad Bell, Jane Espenson

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FRIDAY, JULY 25th

 1-2 PM SIGNING at California Browncoats booth (main convention floor A7/A8) – Brad Bell, Jane Espenson, Eli Gonda

 

 5-6 PM We Are Husbands and You Can Too!

The creators and creative staff of Husbands (Brad Bell, Jane Espenson, Sean Hemeon and director Eli Gonda) talk about the huge year in the history of this progressive comedy, moving to a network home on CWSeed, and earning CW’s first Writers’ Guild Award nomination ever. They’ll also discuss the future of the show and the democratization of TV making and walk you through how youcan create a TV empire and change the world. This panel will be moderated by Jenna Busch.

Room 23ABC

6-7 PM -SIGNING at our table in ARTISTS ALLEY (main convention floor GG-16) – Brad Bell, Jane Espenson, Sean Hemeon, Director Eli Gonda

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SATURDAY, JULY 26th

♦ Noon- 1PM- SIGNING at our table in ARTISTS ALLEY (main convention floor GG-16) Brad Bell, Jane Espenson

1:30-2:30PM The Whedonverse

Dark Horse’s continuations of Joss Whedon’s cult favorites (SerenityBuffy the Vampire Slayer , Angel & Faith) remain some of the most-talked-about comics in the industry. Dark Horse is giving you an exclusive chance to hear all there is to tell about the current series of both Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Serenity from the series’ top talent, with Dark Horse editor-in-chief Scott Allie; Buffy Season 10 writer Christos Gage andco-writer and actor Nicholas Brendon; Serenity artist Georges Jeanty; and TV and comics writer Jane Espenson.

Room 24ABC

3-4 PM -SIGNING at our table in ARTISTS ALLEY (main convention floor GG-16)Brad Bell, Jane Espenson

♦ 5-7PM Empower: Fight Like a Girl

book signing – Jane Espenson

Autograph Section AA02

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SUNDAY, JULY 27th

11-NOON  -SIGNING at our table in ARTISTS ALLEY (main convention floor GG-16) Brad Bell, Jane Espenson

ladyfangirlstockticker:

Some of the moments (and my favorites) from Husbands: the graphic novel.

I like the last one. Only Cheeks have the power to break the fourth wall.

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Web Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

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YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

Husbands + saying the script or doing stage directions

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ADORE  THESE!!!!!!!!!

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Web Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

or

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

bonesismyteddybear:

Winky Face- for my sunflower girl

Husbands Season 1 Ep 11- Winky Face (x)

needacoke:

insanesoul-intellectualmind:

I love this web series.

Watch HUSBANDS Seasons 1 & 2 HERE      

HUSBANDS Season 3 is on CW Seed HERE

INTERNATIONAL FANS! Watch Season 3 HERE

cocoabash:

Three years ago, after I graduated from Tisch, I was in a fragile place. All of a sudden, I was out in the industry with no sense of how to navigate it. I felt lost, scared, terribly lonely, and angry. But everything changed when I went to that year’s New York Comic Con and attended a panel by Husbands. I was profoundly impacted by that team and their story. 

Less than a year after beginning to write my own webseries, today I brought on board a legit producer and I’m humbled and moved. This day would not have happened if it wasn’t for HusbandsBrad Bell and Jane Espenson sparked a courage inside of me to ask no permission and make my own work. I’m so grateful to them I’m actually crying as I write this. I know I have a lot to do before it premieres, but right now I just want to take a moment to reflect on my journey and thank them.

Thank you, team Husbands. My life is better because of your series. I wouldn’t have made it this far without you.

Okay. Now I’mma dry my tears and make some damn good content. 

Proof positive that “Husbands” can be and is a game (life) changer!!!

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Web Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

or

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE - Podcast:
"Husbands" - Brad Bell & Jane Espenson


05.25.2014





Is "Husbands" the future of television?  The Internet show is billed as the first marriage equality sitcom.  Creators Brad Bell and Jane Espenson explain how it fits in the long tradition of comedies fostering social change.



MP3 - Direct Link: 
http://www.ttbook.org/wpraudio/download/76251/audio_mp3

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson
Formats:  Web Sitcom & Graphic Novel
Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/
Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/
SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED
Watch:  www.cwseed.com
or
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE - Podcast:

"Husbands" - Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

05.25.2014

Is "Husbands" the future of television?  The Internet show is billed as the first marriage equality sitcom.  Creators Brad Bell and Jane Espenson explain how it fits in the long tradition of comedies fostering social change.

MP3 - Direct Link: 

http://www.ttbook.org/wpraudio/download/76251/audio_mp3

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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Web Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

or

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

husbandsgifs:

Brad Bell and Sean Hemeon — Husbands Season 3

MasterChef… lollll #hilarious

Watch Seasons 1 & 2  here — Season 3 at cwseed.com

International Fans watch Season 3 here

bonesismyteddybear:

Winky Face- for my sunflower girl

Husbands Season 1 Ep 11- Winky Face (x)

husbandstheseriesfans:

BREAKING NEWS !!!!!

HUSBANDS returning to CW Seed with all new episodes this summer !!!!!  

Read more here

FLAIL FLAIL FLAIL FLAIL FLAIL !!!!!! :DDDD

husbandsgifs:

Brad Bell and Sean Hemeon — Husbands Season 2

"Zhooom!"  xxD

Watch Seasons 1 & 2  here — Season 3 at cwseed.com

International Fans watch Season 3 here

husbandsgifs:

Brad Bell and Sean Hemeon — Husbands Season 1

#VivaLasVegas lol xxD

Watch Seasons 1 & 2  here — Season 3 at cwseed.com

International Fans watch Season 3 here

EXCLUSIVE: INTERVIEW WITH HUSBANDS CREATORS JANE ESPENSON AND BRAD BELL

via thefandomnews.net  by Nat

http://thefandomnews.net/2014/04/26/exclusive-interview-with-husbands-creators-jane-espenson-and-brad-bell/

I had the amazing pleasure of meeting and interviewing Jane Espensonand Brad Bell, the creators and writers of the wickedly smart and sexy CW Seed series, Husbands.  Now if you haven’t seen a webisode of this series, then you really must do so.

And if the name Jane Espenson rings a bell, then you might know her as a consulting producer/co-executive producer/writer for such awesome shows like Buffy the Vampire SlayerBattlestar GalacticaTorchwoodDollhouse,Gilmore Girls, and most recently, Once Upon a Time, to name a few.

Brad Bell, aside from starring in the show alongside his co-star Sean Hemeon, also wrote for VH1′s Pop-Up Video.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t ask them what’s to come for Season 4 of Husbands, but I was able to ask them about the show in general and, of course, who they’d like to have on their show.  They’ve had guest appearances by Nathan FillionJon CryerMekhi PhiferEmma CaulfieldJoss Whedon (in a flawless and hilarious acting debut),Amber BensonAmy Acker, and the lovely Felicia Day, plus many others.

I can’t wait to see what they have in store for the next season for Cheeks and Brady!

You can watch Seasons 1 and 2 on Brad’s You Tube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GoCheeksGo/playlists

You can watch Season 3 and future seasons on The CW Seed’s YouTube channel 

THE CW IGNORES FANS AND THEIR OWN WEBSITE WITH DIGITAL SERIES BOOST
by Alan Kistler | 11:00 am, April 21st, 2014
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Recently, The CW network announced that an online show featured on their Seed website will become a full TV series, then acknowledged the show selection ignored the online programming their viewers actually preferred.
CW Seed features original online content. According to the site itself: “CW Seed is The CW’s digital-only network. It’s where we blur the line between television and the web and experiment with high-quality original series in smaller sizes. Basically, it’s where we go digging for what’s next.”
I’m honestly surprised more networks don’t do this. What a great way to see what people respond to and then work off that information. Along with seeing if a show is going to tank before you invest in a full season, there’s the advantage of building a fan base before your content airs on television. By streaming the content and then coming back for more episodes, viewers are effectively voting for what they like. Netflix has shown great success in paying attention to online viewership and catering to what the numbers tell them. This is so essential in an age where many viewers prefer to watch things on their own schedule, using DVRs and online services, only to then be frustrated by the fact that networks will cancel shows because they often use depressingly outdated models which don’t take DVR or streaming content into account.
On April 8th in Variety, The CW announced the online sitcom Backpackers will graduate from CW Seed to television as a full series. Cool. Then I came across this sentence: “While ‘Backpackers’ wasn’t actually CW Seed’s most-watched series, the network realized early on that its story had a broader-based appeal than others and would translate well to TV.”
I’m sorry, what? The numbers told you what show people watched the most and you knowingly selected something else? I’m not saying Backpackers should have any offer rescinded. That’s a great opportunity and everyone involved with the show should be proud. The CW itself has brought up a problem with its selection process, though. If you’re going to ignore viewer numbers, what is the purpose of creating CW Seed in the first place? What exactly was the “experiment” of “blurring the line between television and the web”? To mess with the audience?
“Here’s what we have , tell us what you like. That’s nice, this one here? Huh. We were going to pick something else. You know what? We’re picking something else. Thanks for telling us what you like, though. Come again!”
On top of telling us the viewership numbers are being ignored, the network says it came to its selection “early on” in the experiment. So CW had already made the decision before all the content was released and the shows had a chance to build their audiences? I’m guessing none of the folks making these shows were told that would be the case.
In response to the Variety article, many commenters asked why Husbands hadn’t been given a similar offer to come to television and a fan campaign followed in support of the series. If you’re not familiar, the online newlywed sitcom Husbands started on its own website as the brainchild of Brad Bell (VH1′s Pop-Up Video) and Jane Espenson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Caprica,Once Upon A Time). The show stars Bell and actor Sean Hemeon as unlikely newlyweds who run into hilarious situations and confrontations as they try to make their marriage work.
I’ve personally been a fan of Husbands since it began and think it definitely fits the bill if you’re looking for an appealing show that comes comes prepackaged with a fan following. When CW Seed launched, several reports considered Husbands its flagship show, as it already had an audience and two successful seasons under its belt, one of which was fully funded by fans eager for more. It has won multiple awards and gotten several positive reviews from publications such as Time, The Huffington Post, Wired, The Inside.com, The Guardianand The New Yorker. Many episodes are directed by Jeff Greenstein, known for his work onWill & Grace and Friends. It’s had a spin-off comic book series published by Dark Horse. It’s featured talents as Alessandra Torresani, Amy Acker, Joss Whedon, Tricia Helfer, Mekhi Phifer, Nathan Fillion, Jon Cryer, Magda Apanowicz, Felicia Day, Emma Caulfield, Amber Benson and others.
Following the announcement of Husbands not being selected, the Husbands TV Now fan campaign launched. The site encourages fans to use e-mail and social media to speak their minds and support, such as tweeting to the CW that they want the show on their televisions. With this proven fan base and all other things considered, it seems like an easy decision to just give Husbands a full TV series treatment already. You’d have to drop certain words from the dialogue (it’s The CW, not HBO), but that’s easily achieved and the rest of the series could be left as is. But since the Variety announcement two weeks ago, nothing has changed.
I keep going back to the comment about deciding early on that certain shows didn’t have broad appeal. What was the basis of that conclusion? Maybe we have different ideas of appeal, The CW and I. Perhaps there’s a fear that only gay men will watch a show featuring two gay men as its main protagonists unless they have more heteronormative elements around them. As a straight male, I’m confidentthis fear is invalid and silly. Sure, some can’t directly relate to being in a gay married couple. Most of us probably can’t directly relate to vampire lifestyles either, but The CW currently airs two shows featuring near-immortal blood drinkers. Husbands is about relationships and delivers stories which apply to many.
It’s true no matter how funny, poignant and relevant I and others think the show is, some people won’t want to watch, for whatever reason. Guess what? That happens no matter what show you have. As huge as M.A.S.H. was, some people never cared for it. That’s part of why this phrase “broad appeal” is a problem. It doesn’t really mean anything beyond “generic.” It’s an idea created by marketing-based fear and laziness. Networks want to make a profit, that’s fine, but this thinking and reliance on older models just limits new business opportunities as much as creativity. Television shows which target a specific idea and audience, and do their job really well, successfully strike a chord with viewers. Series such as Star Trek and Breaking Bad were turned down by some because they didn’t fit a traditional mold and weren’t geared to have the broadest appeal possible. Those became the same reasons people were interested to check the shows out, and then the quality made them stay on as fans.
Husbands isn’t the only CW Seed show to fall into a category of not fitting a traditional idea of “broad appeal.” Very Mallory (which is incorrectly titled Gallery Mallory on the CW Seed’s About page) is a witty cartoon centered around frustrating celebrity egos by Robot Chicken writer and voice actor Rachel Bloom. The P.E.T. Squad Files is an absurdist mockumentary take on ghost investigation reality shows and includes Russ Cundiff (Chosen) and Milo Ventimiglia(Mob City, Heroes) among its producers. It’s a shame to think these series weren’t given a chance to show what kind of audience they could build because a decision was made early on by people who decided to ignore and dismiss viewing figures. Historically, ignoring clear facts and evidence is not a great strategy for anyone involved in business, science, the arts or general human-based societies.
I’m sitting here wondering why the CW network created CW Seed and then acted against its apparent purpose. Which show had the highest numbers? What criteria was used to deem that one or more of these shows wouldn’t appeal to people? Why is it a smart idea to tell viewers to watch online content and then later tell them their efforts and opinions didn’t matter? Why, when you’re trying to profit from building up an audience, would you deliberately ignore the same audience?
I’d like to know.
[EDIT: Steph Ouaknine of SmokeBomb Entertainment has claimed on Twitter that Backpackersdid get the highest viewing numbers of the shows that debuted on CW Seed (which doesn’t include Husbands). Representatives of Husbands have told me that they have not been given any hard viewing numbers.]
Alan Sizzler Kistler (@SizzlerKistler) is an actor and freelance writer who sometimes plays the role of comic book historian and geek consultant. He is the author of Doctor Who: A History.

THE CW IGNORES FANS AND THEIR OWN WEBSITE WITH DIGITAL SERIES BOOST

- - - 

Recently, The CW network announced that an online show featured on their Seed website will become a full TV series, then acknowledged the show selection ignored the online programming their viewers actually preferred.

CW Seed features original online content. According to the site itself: “CW Seed is The CW’s digital-only network. It’s where we blur the line between television and the web and experiment with high-quality original series in smaller sizes. Basically, it’s where we go digging for what’s next.”

I’m honestly surprised more networks don’t do this. What a great way to see what people respond to and then work off that information. Along with seeing if a show is going to tank before you invest in a full season, there’s the advantage of building a fan base before your content airs on television. By streaming the content and then coming back for more episodes, viewers are effectively voting for what they like. Netflix has shown great success in paying attention to online viewership and catering to what the numbers tell them. This is so essential in an age where many viewers prefer to watch things on their own schedule, using DVRs and online services, only to then be frustrated by the fact that networks will cancel shows because they often use depressingly outdated models which don’t take DVR or streaming content into account.

On April 8th in Variety, The CW announced the online sitcom Backpackers will graduate from CW Seed to television as a full series. Cool. Then I came across this sentence: “While ‘Backpackers’ wasn’t actually CW Seed’s most-watched series, the network realized early on that its story had a broader-based appeal than others and would translate well to TV.”

I’m sorry, what? The numbers told you what show people watched the most and you knowingly selected something else? I’m not saying Backpackers should have any offer rescinded. That’s a great opportunity and everyone involved with the show should be proud. The CW itself has brought up a problem with its selection process, though. If you’re going to ignore viewer numbers, what is the purpose of creating CW Seed in the first place? What exactly was the “experiment” of “blurring the line between television and the web”? To mess with the audience?

“Here’s what we have , tell us what you like. That’s nice, this one here? Huh. We were going to pick something else. You know what? We’re picking something else. Thanks for telling us what you like, though. Come again!”

On top of telling us the viewership numbers are being ignored, the network says it came to its selection “early on” in the experiment. So CW had already made the decision before all the content was released and the shows had a chance to build their audiences? I’m guessing none of the folks making these shows were told that would be the case.

In response to the Variety article, many commenters asked why Husbands hadn’t been given a similar offer to come to television and a fan campaign followed in support of the series. If you’re not familiar, the online newlywed sitcom Husbands started on its own website as the brainchild of Brad Bell (VH1′s Pop-Up Video) and Jane Espenson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Caprica,Once Upon A Time). The show stars Bell and actor Sean Hemeon as unlikely newlyweds who run into hilarious situations and confrontations as they try to make their marriage work.

I’ve personally been a fan of Husbands since it began and think it definitely fits the bill if you’re looking for an appealing show that comes comes prepackaged with a fan following. When CW Seed launched, several reports considered Husbands its flagship show, as it already had an audience and two successful seasons under its belt, one of which was fully funded by fans eager for more. It has won multiple awards and gotten several positive reviews from publications such as Time, The Huffington Post, Wired, The Inside.com, The Guardianand The New Yorker. Many episodes are directed by Jeff Greenstein, known for his work onWill & Grace and Friends. It’s had a spin-off comic book series published by Dark Horse. It’s featured talents as Alessandra Torresani, Amy Acker, Joss Whedon, Tricia Helfer, Mekhi Phifer, Nathan Fillion, Jon Cryer, Magda Apanowicz, Felicia Day, Emma Caulfield, Amber Benson and others.

Following the announcement of Husbands not being selected, the Husbands TV Now fan campaign launched. The site encourages fans to use e-mail and social media to speak their minds and support, such as tweeting to the CW that they want the show on their televisions. With this proven fan base and all other things considered, it seems like an easy decision to just give Husbands a full TV series treatment already. You’d have to drop certain words from the dialogue (it’s The CW, not HBO), but that’s easily achieved and the rest of the series could be left as is. But since the Variety announcement two weeks ago, nothing has changed.

I keep going back to the comment about deciding early on that certain shows didn’t have broad appeal. What was the basis of that conclusion? Maybe we have different ideas of appeal, The CW and I. Perhaps there’s a fear that only gay men will watch a show featuring two gay men as its main protagonists unless they have more heteronormative elements around them. As a straight male, I’m confidentthis fear is invalid and silly. Sure, some can’t directly relate to being in a gay married couple. Most of us probably can’t directly relate to vampire lifestyles either, but The CW currently airs two shows featuring near-immortal blood drinkers. Husbands is about relationships and delivers stories which apply to many.

It’s true no matter how funny, poignant and relevant I and others think the show is, some people won’t want to watch, for whatever reason. Guess what? That happens no matter what show you have. As huge as M.A.S.H. was, some people never cared for it. That’s part of why this phrase “broad appeal” is a problem. It doesn’t really mean anything beyond “generic.” It’s an idea created by marketing-based fear and laziness. Networks want to make a profit, that’s fine, but this thinking and reliance on older models just limits new business opportunities as much as creativity. Television shows which target a specific idea and audience, and do their job really well, successfully strike a chord with viewers. Series such as Star Trek and Breaking Bad were turned down by some because they didn’t fit a traditional mold and weren’t geared to have the broadest appeal possible. Those became the same reasons people were interested to check the shows out, and then the quality made them stay on as fans.

Husbands isn’t the only CW Seed show to fall into a category of not fitting a traditional idea of “broad appeal.” Very Mallory (which is incorrectly titled Gallery Mallory on the CW Seed’s About page) is a witty cartoon centered around frustrating celebrity egos by Robot Chicken writer and voice actor Rachel BloomThe P.E.T. Squad Files is an absurdist mockumentary take on ghost investigation reality shows and includes Russ Cundiff (Chosen) and Milo Ventimiglia(Mob City, Heroes) among its producers. It’s a shame to think these series weren’t given a chance to show what kind of audience they could build because a decision was made early on by people who decided to ignore and dismiss viewing figures. Historically, ignoring clear facts and evidence is not a great strategy for anyone involved in business, science, the arts or general human-based societies.

I’m sitting here wondering why the CW network created CW Seed and then acted against its apparent purpose. Which show had the highest numbers? What criteria was used to deem that one or more of these shows wouldn’t appeal to people? Why is it a smart idea to tell viewers to watch online content and then later tell them their efforts and opinions didn’t matter? Why, when you’re trying to profit from building up an audience, would you deliberately ignore the same audience?

I’d like to know.

[EDIT: Steph Ouaknine of SmokeBomb Entertainment has claimed on Twitter that Backpackersdid get the highest viewing numbers of the shows that debuted on CW Seed (which doesn’t include Husbands). Representatives of Husbands have told me that they have not been given any hard viewing numbers.]

Alan Sizzler Kistler (@SizzlerKistler) is an actor and freelance writer who sometimes plays the role of comic book historian and geek consultant. He is the author of Doctor Who: A History.

Via @TeamHusbands - 

Thanks for supporting us @WonderCon for @cwseed's #Husbands: @seanhemeon @gocheeksgo Beau @janeespenson & @ebg1 pic.twitter.com/26aV7vDJcw


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“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson
Formats:  Web Sitcom & Graphic Novel
Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/
Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/
SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED
Watch:  www.cwseed.com
or
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed

Via @TeamHusbands - 

Thanks for supporting us for 's : Beau &

- - -

“Husbands” - By Brad Bell & Jane Espenson

Formats:  Web Sitcom & Graphic Novel

Official Website: http://husbandstheseries.com/

Official Tumblr: http://lovehusbands.com/

SEASON 3 PRESENTED BY THE CW Via CW SEED

Watch:  www.cwseed.com

or

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CWSeed