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New Trailer For Showtime’s WEB THERAPY

June 3, 2011 by  

Showtime is doing their part at keeping FRIENDS alumni employed with the upcoming Lisa Kudrow-led series, WEB THERAPY.

What is WEB THERAPY? According to Showtime’s press release, “WEB THERAPY stars Emmy® Award-winning actress Lisa Kudrow as “Dr. Fiona Wallice,” a self-professed psychotherapist who treats patients via webcam in weekly, three-minute sessions – a modality she believes more effective than the traditional 50-minute talk-a-thons heralded by other mental health professionals.  However, she spends more time feigning boredom, interrupting and giving meaningless personal data than hearing her patient’s issues.  Her “patients” including Jane Lynch (“Glee”), Courteney Cox (“Cougar Town”), Rashida Jones (“Parks and Recreation”), and, veteran star Bob Balaban (“For Your Consideration”), among others, are given a script framework, but ad-lib their performances with riotous results.  The series will also delve into the doctor’s personal life and will feature Lily Tomlin as her mother and Victor Garber (“Alias”) as her husband.”

Check out a tease for the series…

WEB THERAPY premieres Tuesday, July 19th at 11 PM. Will you be tuning in?

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2 Responses to “New Trailer For Showtime’s WEB THERAPY”

  1. Counselling London on September 17th, 2011 1:38 pm

    Web Therapy is an improvised online television series starring Emmy award winning actress Lisa Kudrow as Fiona Wallice, a therapist who has conceived of a new form of therapy: the titular “web therapy. I like her show very much. Thanks for sharing this with all about web therapy. They are taped in the hope of attracting investors into promoting her new technique as a worldwide therapy option.

  2. Becka on February 8th, 2012 1:40 am

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