- Jeremy Piven as Trevor Hale/Cupid
- Paula Marshall as Claire
- Jeffrey D. Sams as Champ
- recurring characters:
- Paul Adelstein as Mike
- Jeff Parise as Nick
- Daniel Bryant as Laurence
- Noelle Bou-Sliman as Tina
- Melanie Deanne Moore as Jaclyn
This is the story of a man (Trevor Hale) who claims to be Cupid, the God of Love, sent to Earth as a punishment. To earn his place back on Mount Olympus, he must reunite a hundred couples without the use of magic. He has been stripped of his powers and has become a normal human being for the length of his stay among us.
Because of his claims, Trevor is thought to be delusional and placed under psychiatric study. He must attend Claire's therapy groups on a regular basis, where he usually likes to interfere and contradict her.
Although the show is based on a fantasy premise, it is mostly an excuse. There have been no proofs so far that Trevor really is Cupid and for all we know, he really could be just another nutcase. Yet, his ability to bring couples together, his great knowledge of Greek mythology and many other elements can only make one wonder.
The strength of the show lies in its two leads, Jeremy Piven and Paula Marshall, who have created very likeable characters, with a great chemistry working between them.
The series was created by Rob Thomas. Theme song: “Human” - written by Shelly Peiken & Mark McEntee, performed by The Pretenders.
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