Nearly 10 years after its series premiere, Dharma & Greg has finally arrived on DVD. Fans can finally toss out those stuttering old VHS recordings and enjoy the first season of this eccentric comedy in glorious digital clarity! Here, Dharma star Jenna Elfman takes a moment to chat with us about the good old days, her future plans for TV, and the time she played drums with Bob Dylan!
TV.com: The first season of Dharma & Greg is coming out on DVD tomorrow. I know that the show premiered back in '97, and you've done quite a lot since then. How does it feel to look back?
Jenna Elfman: It's such a pleasurable experience to look back, and all of the fun I had just comes rushing back. And I'm so excited to remind people and even gain new fans who find out about Dharma--a new generation who ...Read more
How Sheen's character Charlie Harper would be killed off was a closely-held secret and it was revealed right away during the season premiere: he slipped on a subway platform in Paris and was hit by an oncoming train.
CBS is launching two series in January, the comedy The Jenna Elfman Show, which will take over the Monday 9:30 p.m. slot, and the comedy-drama Love Monkey, which will bridge the two installments of The Amazing Race Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
The Jenna Elfman Show, slated to premiere January 23, stars the Dharma & Greg actress as a successful lawyer looking for true love. Freshman comedy Out of Practice, which occupies the Monday 9:30 p.m. period, will go on hiatus, returning in March.
Love Monkey, which stars Tom Cavanagh (Ed) as a single record executive, will premiere January 17.
Because CBS has given full-season orders to all of its freshman series but Threshold (a decision on the future of the sci-fi drama is expected shortly), the network doesn't have many available slots for its midseason series. Two of them, the comedy The New Adventures of ...Read more