Articles for In Treatment Season 1

If you‘re looking to cast a handsome, successful man, Blair Underwood is always a good choice.  The actor has had a string of successful film and television ventures, and now he‘s part of the talented and large ensemble cast of ABC‘s delightfully wicked drama, Dirty Sexy Money.  Underwood plays Simon Elder, a philanthropic billionaire with an ax to grind with the Darling family.Underwood spoke to BuddyTV about his role and the fact that Dirty Sexy Money was recently picked up for a full season by ABC, despite the writers‘ strike that prevents the final scripts from actually being written.  Still, with four episodes left to air, Underwood spoke about his character‘s relationship with his ex-wife, slated to appear next week, as well as his affinity for the cast, and also about some of his other upcoming projects, including a return to The New Adventures of Old Christine and the new HBO series In Treatment.  Continue reading for a full transcript as well as the audio file of the interview. Read more »
Beginning next year, HBO will revolutionize its programming in an altogether new fashion, well beyond its tradition of constantly changing the face of television.  Come January 28, HBO will air its new half-hour drama, In Treatment, nightly. In Treatment is one of the cable network‘s freshest offerings, featuring veteran actor Gabriel Byrne in the lead role as a psychotherapist.  At the helm of the show are executive producers of two other HBO favorites, Rodrigo Garcia of Big Love and Stephen Levinson and Mark Wahlberg of Entourage. Read more »
Despite less-than-stellar ratings for its maiden season, HBO recently announced that it plans to renew its daily drama In Treatment for another round.  The series revolving around psychotherapist Paul Weston, played by Gabriel Byrne, premiered early this year as a five-night-a-week series.  The show follows the Washington-based doctor with his weekly sessions with patients, plus his sessions with his own therapist Gina Toll, played by Dianne West.Upon the announcement, HBO added that “additional cast members will be announced as they are confirmed,” implying that it will do away with some season 1 characters.  The series will also have a new writer in the person of Tony-winning playwright Warren Leight, a veteran of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He joins Rodrigo Garcia, Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson and Hagai Levi as an executive producer. Read more »
Back in June, we reported that HBO’s In Treatment was renewed for a second season, despite receiving mediocre ratings.  In fact, the daily drama will be bringing back Gabriel Byrne as the Washington-based psychotherapist Paul Weston, who deals with several patients every week until Friday, when he visits his own therapist, Gina Toll (Dianne Wiest).  Season 2 of the series might see some of the original characters leave, but fans mustn’t worry because there are a few who have stepped up to receive Treatment.The Hollywood Reporter recently revealed that Hope Davis and John Mahoney are joining the cast of the second season of In Treatment, which is produced by Warren Leight, Rodrigo Garcia, Hagai Levi, Stephen Levinson, Mark Wahlberg and Paris Barclay. Read more »
The Golden Globe Awards honor the best in both television and movies, and though they‘re not taken as seriously as the Emmys or the Oscars, they‘re still a lavish, star-studded affair.  However, the glitz was put on hold last year due to the writers‘ strike, forcing the producers of the show to cobble together an awkward news conference to announce the winners.  This year, with no strike in sight, the Globes are back to being as glamorous and exciting as ever.  The ceremony is set to air on NBC on Sunday, January 11 at 8pm, and is bound to be attended by a cavalcade of big stars.The nominees for the 66th Annual Golden Globes were announced this morning, and below you‘ll find a list of all the television categories.  Shows like True Blood, Mad Men, 30 Rock and The Office received multiple nominations, while other critically acclaimed shows were surprisingly omitted. Read more »