Thursday, March 19, 2009

HBO Brings Back "In Treatment"

HBO’s Emmy®-winning half-hour drama series IN TREATMENT kicks off its second season SUNDAY, APRIL 5 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT), debuting new episodes on Sunday and Monday nights.

Returning cast regulars include Gabriel Byrne (Emmy® nominee and Golden Globe winner for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama) as Dr. Paul Weston and Dianne Wiest (Golden Globe nominee and Emmy® winner for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series) as Dr. Gina Toll, Paul’s therapist. New cast members include Hope Davis (Golden Globe nominee for “American Splendor”), Russell Hornsby (“ Lincoln Heights ”), John Mahoney (Emmy® nominee for “Frasier”), Alison Pill (“Milk”; Tony nominee for “The Lieutenant of Inishmore”), Sherri Saum (“Rescue Me”) and Aaron Shaw (“Dirty Laundry”). Glynn Turman, who received an Emmy® for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for the first season, will return as a guest star this season.

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  1. In the second season of IN TREATMENT, the newly divorced Dr. Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) has relocated from Maryland to Brooklyn , and now runs his therapy practice out of the living room of his brownstone. Among his new patients are: Mia (Hope Davis), an attorney and former patient who becomes Paul’s patient again after he asks her firm to defend him in a lawsuit; Oliver (Aaron Shaw), an 11-year-old who manifests the stress of his parents' (Russell Hornsby, Sherri Saum) divorce by over-eating; Walter (John Mahoney), a CEO who, when confronted by professional scandal and personal loss, finds his lifelong defenses are no longer holding; and April (Alison Pill), a 23-year-old architecture student who has been diagnosed with cancer, but is refusing to seek treatment or tell her parents. Each Friday, Paul takes the train to Maryland to resume his own therapy sessions with Dr. Gina Toll (Dianne Wiest).

    New episodes of IN TREATMENT debut on two nights each week, with two episodes debuting back-to-back Sunday (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT), and three episodes debuting back-to-back Monday (9:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT).


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