Fiona Wallice is a therapist with little patience for her patients. Tired of hearing about people's problems for fifty long minutes, she devises a new treatment, the three-minute video chat. And still, the sessions end up being largely about her. If she's your therapist, you've got problems. Emmy Award® winner Lisa Kudrow co-created, produces and stars in this outrageous therapeutic send-up. Originally produced as webisodes, Web Therapy features an A-list guest cast who, along with Kudrow, improvise their performances with hilarious results.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Web Therapy - Web Therapy (season 3) - Netflix
The third season of the American Improvisational comedy television series Web Therapy premiered on July 23, 2013, and concluded on September 24, 2014, on Showtime. The series stars Lisa Kudrow as Fiona Wallice, a therapist who has conceived of a new form of therapy: the titular “web therapy”. This season contains the webisodes from season five of the web series.
Web Therapy - Production - Netflix
On November 16, 2012, Showtime renewed Web Therapy for a third season to consist of 10 episodes, which premiered on July 23, 2013. Guest stars for this season included, Matt LeBlanc as Nick Jericho, an online gambling addict; Meg Ryan as Karen Sharpe, a hoarder who has an unhealthy obsession with Kip; and Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Steve Olson, a paranoid lottery winner. Other guests stars this season include: Steve Carell as Jackson Pickett, a quasi-religious cult leader who takes an interest in Fiona; Megan Mullally as Franny Marshall, the composer/lyricist of the planned Broadway musical of Fiona's book; Billy Crystal as Garreth Pink, the publicist of the book that Fiona co-wrote with her mother; Chelsea Handler as Chris Endicott, Fiona's ex-husband who is now a woman after gender reassignment surgery; Sara Gilbert as Sylvie Frank, a distraught marketing specialist; Nina García as herself, Mae Whitman as Blair Yellin, and Darren Criss as Augie Sayles. Dan Bucatinsky, Victor Garber, Alan Cumming, Jennifer Elise Cox, Lily Tomlin, Julie Claire, Michael McDonald and Tim Bagley are also set to reprise their roles this season. Rashida Jones, who made one appearance for each of the previous two seasons as Hayley Feldman-Tate, did not reprise her role for this season. Unlike the previous two seasons, where each season contained both the original sessions from the web series and new scenes shot afterwards specifically to link the sessions together and introduce new storylines for the TV series, this season was filmed as one season specifically for television broadcast and is being broadcast in two forms: a series of webisodes and a series of television episodes. However, the wrap-around scenes and the sessions featuring Steve Carell, Billy Crystal, Lily Tomlin and Nina García are exclusive to the TV series.
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