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Breakout star Jenna Elfman ("Townies") returns to ABC in a new, life-affirming, romantic half-hour comedy which opens our eyes to the power of true love.
Elfman stars as Dharma Finkelstein, a San Francisco yoga instructor/dog trainer. Raised by hippie parents, Dharma approaches everything with unbridled passion and openness. Since childhood, Dharma was taught to shun convention, trust her instincts and truly find the joy in each and every day of her life.
Love at first sight is a concept Dharma takes very seriously, and when she first lays eyes on Greg Montgomery (Thomas Gibson), a Harvard-educated U.S. Attorney, she's sure he's the one. Despite the fact they come from completely different worlds, the feeling is mutual. Greg finds Dharma's energy irresistible and before their first date is over -- the two are married. When Dharma's bohemian parents, Abby (Mimi Kennedy) and Larry (Alan Rachins), find out their little girl has married into the "establishment," they voice their concerns. When Greg's uptight, blue-blood parents, Kitty (Susan Sullivan) and Edward (Mitchell Ryan), find out who their son has married, they choke on their pate.
And so begins the life of Dharma and Greg, two romance-fated strangers committed to each other and their marriage, despite the insanity of their respective dysfunctional families and the crazy world around them.
"Dharma & Greg" also stars Joel Murray as Pete and Shae D'lyn as Jane.
Executive produced by Chuck Lorre, Dottie Dartland, Brian Medavoy and Erwin More, the series was created by Chuck Lorre and Dottie Dartland. Bill Prady and Regina Stewart serve as co-executive producers, and Randy Cordray is the producer. Filmed in Los Angeles, "Dharma & Greg" is a Chuck Lorre Production and a 4 to 6 Foot Production in association with 20th Century Fox Television.