Sessions resume soon, with the series In Treatment (or En Analyze), back on the small screen after more than a decade. Two episodes will air in a row, every Sunday and Monday, starting May 23 and 24 on HBO, and also starting May 24 on OCS. In the meantime, you can now discover the trailer.
While Arte recently aired the French adaptation En Therapy last March, HBO suggests we resume consultations with a new doctor with a new season of In Treatment after more than a decade.
If you are not familiar with In Treatment, it is an adaptation of the Israeli series Be Tipul created by Hagai Levi, Ori Sivan, and Nir Bergman which was developed for American screens by Rodrigo Garcia. The concept was that five times a week, we would meet up with psychotherapist Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) for a half-hour session with a patient (on Friday he was the one consulting), for several consecutive weeks. . This lasted three seasons, between 2008 and 2010 (the series is available for streaming on OCS and Canal +).
In Treatment: Season 4 Official Trailer | HBO
In Treatment, therefore, returns for new therapy sessions without Paul, but with Doctor Brooke Taylor, played by Uzo Aduba. The story takes place in Los Angeles, where Dr. Taylor assists a trio of patients trying to cope with today’s challenges, including the pandemic and recent social and cultural shifts.
Around Uzo Aduba, this season 4 of In Treatment brings together John Benjamin Hickey in the shoes of Colin, a millionaire patient who must face changes now that he is out of prison; Quintessa Swindell as Laila, a teenage girl trying to build an identity separate from her family’s stifling expectations; Anthony Ramos who plays Elado, a home health aide serving a wealthy family; and finally, Joel Kinnaman who is Adam, Brooke’s longtime partner