In Treatment


Nexus of the World
Feb 22, 2005
Folkestone, UK
I've just started watching this show, and am on episode #6.

The format is this; Gabriel Byrne is a psychiatrist and he sees a patient each weekday, and on Friday, he sees his own shrink.

Four patients a week, then his own psychiatrist, and each episode is 30 minutes and it all takes place in one room, with almost no cuts through time, just Byrne and the patient. For thirty minutes. Talking. No flashbacks, no outside shots. Just talking.

It is superb.
I haven't seen any but it's on my to watch list.

Isn't there a ridiculous number of episodes for each season?
There's forty-three in season one, no idea about the others.

But they're only 30 minutes. So in a way, there's actually only 21 and a half episodes.

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