Lisa Kudrow's WEB THERAPY Returns to Showtime, 7/23

May 20
11:54 2013
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Lisa Kudrow's WEB THERAPY Returns to Showtime, 7/23

Season three of the Showtime web-to-television comedy series Web Therapy will premiere on Tuesday, July 23rd at 11 P.M. ET/PT. The ten, half-hour episodes star Emmy Award winner Lisa Kudrow as the delusional and narcissistic online therapist "Fiona Wallice," who treats patients via webcam.

This season, the guest star roster explodes with some of the biggest comedy stars in film and television. Steve Carell, Billy Crystal, Chelsea Handler, Showtime star and Golden Globe winner Matt LeBlanc (the third consecutive former Friends co-star to join), Meg Ryan, Megan Mullally, along with Sara Gilbert, will all wander into Fiona's web. Additionally, series co-creator and executive producer Dan Bucatinsky (Scandal), Victor Garber, Alan Cumming, Jennifer Elise Cox, Lily Tomlin, Julie Claire, Michael McDonald and Tim Bagley return in their roles.

Season three finds Fiona (KUDROW) coming to terms with the new landscape of her life - her politically disgraced husband, Kip (GARBER), has run off with his male campaign manager; Fiona's mother (TOMLIN) has started up a rival business called "Net Therapy" and has poached Fiona's assistant Jerome (BUCATINSKY) to run it; her romantic friendship with media-mogul Austen (CUMMING) is on the rocks, now that he has fathered a child with hyper-sexualized Gina (COX); Fiona is being investigated for campaign finance improprieties; and her unpublished manuscript is being adapted into a Broadway musical without her consent -- all of this, while she continues to offer "therapy" to hapless clients.

WEB THERAPY is created by Kudrow, Don Roos & Dan Bucatinsky for Is or Isn't Entertainment. Bucatinsky and Kudrow serve as executive producers. Roos continues to serve as director.


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