An emotional and provocative series, 'In Treatment' brings dynamic focus to a staple of modern society - the psychotherapy session. Adapted from a popular Israeli series, the show follows psychoanalyst Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne, who won a Golden Globe® for his role) through his week, capturing sessions with his patients. In season two, Paul has moved his practice to Brooklyn, following his divorce from his wife Kate. Rebuilding his practice while wrestling with some of the demons he left behind - including a lawsuit filed by the father of Alex, a patient who died last year - Paul commutes back to Maryland every Friday to see his children and to continue his own sessions with Dr. Gina Toll (Emmy® & Oscar® winner Dianne Wiest).
His new clients include Mia, April, Oliver (and sometimes his divorcing parents) and Walter. Stepping inside the tangled mind of a man who counsels others for a living, 'In Treatment' renders an intricate portrayal of the experts we rely on for perspective.
Executive-produced by Stephen Levinson, Mark Wahlberg, Warren Leight, Hagai Levi, Paris Barclay and Rodrigo Garcia and co-executive producer Noa Tishby, 'In Treatment' stars Gabriel Byrne ('The Usual Suspects,' 'Vanity Fair') as Paul, Hope Davis (Golden Globe nominee for 'American Splendor') as Mia, Alison Pill ('Milk,' Tony® nominee for 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore') as April, Aaron Shaw ('Lincoln Heights') as Oliver, John Mahoney (Emmy® nominee for 'Frasier') as Walter, Dianne Wiest (Oscar® winner for 'Hannah and Her Sisters,' 'Bullets over Broadway' and Emmy® winner for her role as Gina last season on 'In Treatment') as Dr. Gina Toll and Michelle Forbes ('Kalifornia,' 'Battlestar Galactica: Razor') as Paul's wife Kate. Oliver's parents are played by Russell Hornsby as Luke and Sherri Saum as Bess.
Set within the highly charged confines of individual psychotherapy sessions, In Treatment season 3 continues to center around Dr. Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) who continues to cope with the after-effects of his recent divorce, as well as his move to Brooklyn to continue his practice. In the midst of new emotional and physical challenges (including hand tremors he fears might be the onset of Parkinson’s Disease, which killed his father), Paul will be treating three new patients (Debra Winger, Irrfan Khan, and Dane DeHaan), and will see a new therapist (Amy Ryan) in New York City.