The structure of In Treatment has always had a controversial relationship with its medium. It’s a system that works against and against episodic television, with fascinating results. And so it comes to the top of everything!
Let’s talk about In Treatment Season 4.
About Pending Series
In Treatment is an HBO drama series about a psychotherapist, a fifty-something Paul Weston, and his weekly sessions with patients, as well as those with his own therapist at the end of the week, created and developed by Rodrigo Garcia.
The five-night-a-week series, starring Gabriel Byrne as Paul, premiered on January 28, 2008. Paris Barclay served as the show’s executive producer and principal director, directing 35 episodes, the most of all the filmmakers in the show and the only one to direct episodes in all three seasons. The show’s premise, screenplay and opening melody are all based on and often literally translated from the Israeli sitcom BeTipul.
The show’s premise, screenplay and opening melody are based on and often translated verbatim from Hagai Levi, Ori Sivan and Nir Bergman’s Israeli sitcom BeTipul. The program airs simultaneously on HBO Canada and HBO in the United States. During the first few weeks of Season 1, HBO’s website offered streaming video of the episodes. When iTunes and Amazon Unbox started downloading the first 15 shows, the free option was phased out. Season 1 received a slew of awards, including nominations for Emmys, Golden Globes, and Writers Guild.
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