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In Treatment

  • Season 4
  • 24 episodes
  • Drama
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Episode 1: Eladio - Week One

Summary

The drama returns after an absence of 10 years, this time following the stories of therapist Dr Brooke Taylor and her patients. A troubling dream finds home health aide Eladio reaching out in the middle of the night, forcing Brooke to re-establish boundaries as his therapist. Starring Uzo Aduba.

Review

Viewers expecting to see Gabriel Byrne’s mournful face will be in for a shock. After a decade away, this drama hasn’t been just rehashed but completely rebooted. Byrne’s psychologist Paul Weston has departed the analyst’s chair, replaced by Uzo Aduba as the well-heeled Dr Brooke Taylor.

From her envy-inducing living room, she dispenses probing questions and meaningful stares to her patients, suffering in the first two episodes from insomnia and impulse control respectively. Covid references bring the series bang up to date but, otherwise, it’s pretty timeless.

Judging by the first sessions, Dr Taylor’s boundaries seem more robust than self-sabotaging as Dr Weston’s were, but dropped hints at her unease promise it won’t be long before viewers are shouting, “Psychologist, heal thyself.”

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Dr Brooke TaylorUzo Aduba
EladioAnthony Ramos

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