All 22 episodes of the gone-too-soon ABC show Pushing Daisies will find new life on CW's streaming service CW Seed, Variety reports. The show is currently available for free through the service's just-launched Roku app, but will be available on the web, Seed's iOS app, and Google Chromecast in the upcoming weeks.
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The move is part of a new effort by CW to lure viewers with nostalgia — classics of the early 2000s and cult TV shows that never got their deserved due are all finding homes in Seed's new lineup. Earlier this month, CW Seed nabbed everyone's favorite fictional show about California teens, The OC, and a Veronica Mars spin-off series is also in the works.
Recently, DC Comics volleyed around the idea of keeping their shows off Netflix, but popular shows like Arrow (which airs on CW) still exist on Seed. CW Seed execs say the service also has several original series on the way, but first it needs to get people interested in watching.