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In Treatment, Season 3HDTV-MAClosed Captioning

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Golden Globe(R)-winner Gabriel Byrne returns for Season Three of HBO's acclaimed drama series set within the highly charged individual psychotherapy sessions of Dr. Paul Weston. This year, while continuing to cope with the after-effects of his recent divorce and his move to Brooklyn, Paul finds himself in the midst of several new emotional and physical challenges (including hand tremors he fears might be the onset of Parkinsons Disease). Meanwhile, he begins treating three new patients (played by Debra Winger, Irrfan Khan and Dane DeHaan), while seeing a new therapist of his own (Amy Ryan).

Customer Reviews

Great character study

Why do dramas that actually get under an audiences's skin - reflecting elements from their own lives - attractions, morality, ethics, the very underpinnings of psychotherapy and transference - forcing the viewer to get up close and personal with an ensemble of brilliant writers, actors, and producers - get canceled? Those who hold the reigns on what gets produced in America care more about aliens invading a bunch of cowboys than real-life dramas that push audiences to think on much more, realistic, and profound level. We are constantly ignored by an industry built arous CGI effects with actors shot against green screens - playing out roles developed for pre-teen comic strip lovers. "In treatment" will draw you in - not only to the deft hand of a compassionate analyst - but to his own battle with transference as well as redefining what exactly "normal" means. Action in the drama is through words - don' watch it if you must have ridiculous special effects or elaborate chase scenes.