Meet In The Lobby for “In Treatment”

Meet in the Lobby.com is a great place to view clips from In Treatment, Season 2, get a blow-by-blow analysis of the filming techniques, great background information on the actors and stagecraft of the show, and some plot analysis. [Note from Stella: This website is no longer available on the […]

Coming to a Couch Near You–From a Brooklyn Blog

OTBKB – Only The Blog Knows Brooklyn has the most fun blog posting about In Treatment yet: In Treatment, far and away the best TV series of all time, began its analytic life in Israel.  The therapist was an Israeli Jew and so were his patients.  As a result–unlike the […]

The Venice Magazine Interview, April 2009

Lots about In Treatment. And getting his career started. And working with the early directors–Boorman, Russell, and the Coen Brothers–and the later ones, too. Oh, and lots about In Treatment… This is a lengthy, illuminating, and wonderful interview! Excerpt (about the David Cronenberg film, Spider): There was one point where […]

The In Treatment Season Two Buzz!

This list will be updated as various news outposts provide their reviews of the second season of In Treatment. I must say that the initial buzz is overwhelmingly and gratifyingly POSITIVE. Hooray! Everyone seems to have finally figured out what WE have known all along! Posted April 18: The National […]

Salon Interview: Gabriel Byrne Feels Your Pain

Sarah Hepola interviews Gabriel Byrne. About the actor who portrays Paul Weston in In Treatment, she notes: From his earliest roles, Byrne always came across as a keen observer. Never the prettiest bloke in the room, or the showman, he instead gave audiences a sense of his sly intelligence in […]

VARIETY Offers High Praise for “In Treatment” Season Two

Brian Lowry’s review for Variety is enthusiastic, to say the least: “After what I considered a rocky start — an interesting format, inconsistently and often heavy-handedly executed — the second season of HBO’s “In Treatment” is by every measure more satisfying than the first: less self-conscious and stagy, more convincing, […]