CW SEED IS...

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.

L.A. Rangers

When boredom strikes, two Los Angeles park rangers (HART OF DIXIE’s Wilson Bethel and Dugan O’Neal) use their overactive imaginations to transport themselves into other worlds. Blending genres like sci-fi, western, anime, and fantasy with comedy, it’s a trip you won’t forget.

Whose Line Is It Minis

Bite-sized episodes of your favorite CW improv comedy!

Backpackers: Fanny Packs

BACKPACKERS is moving to The CW this summer! In an attempt to get over a serious case of cold feet, recently engaged Ryan (Noah Reid) and Beth (Meghan Heffern) embark on separate European vacations with the mantra “what happens in Europe, stays in Europe.” But hours into his adventure with his party animal and womanizing best friend Brandon (Dillon Casey), Ryan realizes he’s made a huge mistake and sets off in search of Beth. His one problem? He has no idea where she could be.

CelebTV

Hosted by Kelli Zink, CELEBTV delivers the latest CW sneak peeks and celebrity news. From fashion trends to our favorite celebrity match-ups, we spotlight show clips and up-to-the-minute news on your favorite CW celebrities.

Very Mallory

Over-educated and bitterly under-employed Mallory, a stylish, acerbic twenty-something, tries to do the bare minimum while working at a snobby Soho art gallery, but the real-life celebrities she encounters don’t make it so easy. Guest voices this season include NBA star Chris Bosh; Misha Collins (SUPERNATURAL); Whitney Port (THE HILLS, THE CITY); talk show host Maury Povich; and Kat Graham (THE VAMPIRE DIARIES).

Husbands

Tabloid darling Cheeks (Brad Bell) and star athlete Brady (Sean Hemeon) accidentally got married after a drunken night in Vegas but they decided to stick it out to support marriage equality. Now, while preparing to re-do the “I do”s they neglected during their first time around, they must contend with their parents and Brady’s ex-fiancee-with-an-agenda (Amy Acker). HUSBANDS is created and executive produced by Brad Bell and Jane Espenson (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER).

Stupid Hype

STUPID HYPE is a live-action comedy series created by and starring HART OF DIXIE star Wilson Bethel. STUPID HYPE chronicles the (mis)adventures of Hype who, after a tragic breakdancing accident, becomes a rising rap star in 1990. The series features original music from Bethel and his super-producer brother Charlie Bethel, aka Chuck Wild, and is directed by Dugan O'Neal.

The P.E.T. Squad Files

From executive producer Milo Ventimiglia, THE P.E.T. SQUAD FILES follows the comic misadventures of a ragtag group of ex-community college students turned paranormal investigators. Led by Spencer (John Dale) and Courtney (Michael Hobert), the team films their forays into the world of ghost-hunting in the hopes of one day landing a reality TV show. But while Courtney is dead serious in his hunt for the undead, Spencer is only seriously dying to be famous.