Definitely not the usual suspects, except for one, of course…
Of interest on the “Cast and Crew” page: Gabriel Byrne is not listed as Executive Producer, so we have to wait and see what that is all about.
There are two interesting tidbits:
Jhumpa Lahiri is listed as a consultant on the “Sunil” storyline. Ms. Lahiri won the Pulitzer Prize for her first story collection, The Interpreter of Maladies, and her book The Namesake was the basis for the film of the same name, which starred Irrfan Khan. Oh, and she lives in Brooklyn! Stay tuned for more about writing In Treatment in a future posting.
And it appears Season Three will have 7 weeks, 4 episodes per week, for a total of 28 episodes. Yes, our shrink show is shrinking [nods to Aragarna and Kris (USA)], but the fact that it was written (from scratch! more on this later, as promised), acted, and produced in such a short time is probably a miracle, so we should be happy. Yes. Certainly. Well, maybe not, but some In Treatment is better than no In Treatment, as you well know!
Here is that “Molten Core” Patient Overview video again, just in case you are not tired of watching it yet!
And finally, no new wallpaper yet, but perhaps this print ad and these screencaps from the preview will tide you over for awhile…
In Treatment Season 3 ad, Vogue Magazine, November 2010
More news as it happens!