The writers of the Season 4 of In Treatment are such teases! As you know, the new series stars the amazing Uzo Aduba and employs the same construct as the original: two people on screen, one a therapist, the other a patient. Drama ensues. And we love it! We especially loved it when Gabriel Byrne was that therapist. How will we feel when someone else takes charge of the action? I know I miss Paul. But I’ll watch this. Eventually.
During the premiere episode on Sunday night, the eagle-eyed Josh found this gem, proof that Paul is still out there somewhere, emailing people, maybe still practicing, we just don’t know . . .
Thanks to Josh for this great catch! Blurry, but so very nice!
Put me on your desktop and enjoy the memories. heart
HBO’s In Treatment–the Original
So, as the reboot of In Treatment premieres on HBO, the premium channel reminds you that they still have the original series, so why not give it a binge?
Why not indeed!? Airing first in 2008, In Treatment ran for 3 seasons and changed the way we think about Gabriel Byrne, therapy, and serial television. Quite an accomplishment, no?
If you can get to it, then do watch it again. It is worth your time and, as the pandemic winds down to worries about variants and who should mask up and when, it is the perfect “stay at home and be safe” binge treat.
Paul is listening. Go talk to him!
Why Is In Treatment So Important To Us?
In Treatment became so important to me and so quickly, too, that I took my long-standing interest in and regard for Gabriel Byrne and developed this website, which is still going strong after 13 years! Now that is motivation.
Is In Treatment important to you? Why? Please share your thoughts–and your feelings!–in the Comments Section. heart
Are you watching Season 4? I love Uzo Aduba. But I’m waiting until all episodes of Season 4 are available so I can binge-watch the show. What about you?
The original series of In Treatment is just as riveting now
as it was when it first hit our television screens.
And so is Gabriel Byrne. heart