Dr. Ken is an American television sitcom created, written and co-executive produced by series star Ken Jeong, who based the concept on his experience as a doctor prior to becoming a stand-up comedian.
Doctor-turned-actor/comedian Jeong (Community, The Hangover) plays Dr. Ken, a brilliant physician with no bedside manner. He is always trying to be a good doctor as well as a good husband and dad to his two kids. However, these good intentions have a way of driving everyone crazy at work and at home.
Luckily, his therapist wife, Allison, is just the right partner to keep things sane.
Dr. Ken stars Ken Jeong as Dr. Ken, Suzy Nakamura as Allison, Tisha Campbell-Martin as Damona, Dave Foley as Pat, Jonathan Slavin as Clark, Albert Tsai as Dave and Krista Marie Yu as Molly.
In the Season 2 premiere, "Allison's Career Move": When a job opportunity opens up at Welltopia, Pat thinks Allison would be perfect for it, but Ken isn't so sure he wants to work so closely with his wife.
Molly is stunned with her low SAT scores, and Dave has some ideas as to how to hide the results from their parents.
Clark asks Damona's help in trying to find out what Clark's boyfriend, Connor, does for a living.
Meanwhile, Ken's father, D.K., makes a surprise announcement.
Dr. Ken was written by Jared Stern, Ken Jeong, and Mike O'Connell. Executive producers are Jared Stern, Ken Jeong, John Davis, John Fox and Mike Sikowitz, with Mike O'Connell as co-executive producer.
Dr. Ken is produced by Sony Pictures Television and ABC Studios.