In Treatment


In Treatment is an HBO original drama series based on Hagai Levi's critically acclaimed Israeli show Betipul. The show revolves around the professional and private life of psychotherapist Paul Weston. New episodes air 5 times a week Mon-Fri, something unprecedented on cable television. Each week's first 4 episodes are 30 min. sessions Paul undertakes with his individual patient(s). Friday's episode is Paul's own session with his personal long-time therapist, Gina.

Amy Ryan Signs on for ‘In Treatment’'s 3rd Season It seems that Gabriel Byrne will be seeing a new psychiatrist on the third season of a hit HBO series. Deadline TV is reporting that actress Amy Ryan has signed on to co-star in HBO's In Treatment.

Ryan will play the new psychiatrist that fellow psychiatrist Dr. Paul Weston (Byrne) sees for treatment. Dianne Wiest played Weston's therapist and mentor in the first two seasons but the site is reporting that she is leaving the series and Ryan's character will be Weston's new doctor.

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Debra Winger Joins ‘In Treatment’

Debra Winger has signed on to star opposite Gabriel Byrne in the upcoming season of HBO's In Treatment.

According to Variety, the offer to Winger went out weeks ago but the three-time Oscar-nominated actress needed a while to make a decision. She'll be one of three patients for Byrne to dissect: Teenager Dane DeHaan and Indian thesp Irrfan Khan, the police detective on Slumdog Millionaire, are also set to co-star.

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‘In Treatment’ Gets Renewed for a Third Season

HBO viewers will get another dose of theraputic entertainment at the end of next year. According to The Hollywood Reporter, HBO has ordered a third season of In Treatment.

Star Gabriel Byrne will return as Dr. Paul Weston and it was said that casting for other roles was set to begin shortly. Anya Epstein and Danny Futterman have stepped in as executive producers and showrunners, to fill the void of departing executive producer/showrunner Warren Leight.

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HBO to Cluster ‘In Treatment’

Two shows will come on Sundays while three will air on Mondays.

HBO is also bringing back The Life and Times of Tim.

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66th Annual Golden Globes Winners!

At the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards the Hollywood Foreign Press Association bestowed the following honors Sunday night...

Mamma Mia!

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Hope Davis and John Mahoney Get ‘In Treatment’

Hope Davis and John Mahoney are set to co-star on the second season of HBO's drama In Treatment. Also, Jeffrey Nordling will co-star opposite Jada Pinkett Smith in TNT's pilot Time Heals, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In Treatment chronicles the weekly sessions of psychoanalyst Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) with several of his regular patients as well as his weekly visits to his own therapist, Gina Toll (Dianne Wiest).

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HBO Prescribes Another Dose of ‘In Treatment’

One of HBO's hit programs is just what the doctor ordered. According to Variety, HBO has renewed the drama In Treatment for another season. The experimental show will undergo some changes in format next year though.

The series, based on an Isreali series of the same name, was rolled out in 43 half-hour segments running Monday through Friday. It appears that they're scaling the production back a tad, though, as the network is expected to pick up 35 episodes for this new season.

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HBO Offers Some ‘In Treatment’

HBO is trying to generate a buzz for it's brand new series In Treatment by offering the first fifteen episodes free on the internet. According to The Hollywood Reporter, HBO will also air the new drama five nights a week, which is a first for the cable channel.

In Treatment is about therapist Paul Weston (played by Gabriel Byrne). He will treat a different patient four out of the five nights. The fifth night sees his character being treated by his own psychotherapist (played by Dianne Wiest).

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