Uzo Aduba Stars As Therapist In New Season Of ‘In Treatment’ | TV News

 

HBO Max has just released the first trailer for the upcoming fourth season of In Treatment. This new season comes 10 years after the last episode of season 3, so we can definitely tell that this return is pretty much long-awaited.

 

Uzo Aduba has been cast to star in the lead role as therapist Dr. Brooke Taylor. She will take the place of Gabriel Byrne who played the main role of Dr. Paul Weston for the first three seasons of the show.

 

In this role, the Orange Is The New Black star will have to deal with the problems and mental struggles of her patients, but in addition to her job, she will also have to deal with the personal problems that occur in her own life.

 

The actress has revealed that it was very challenging to embody this character and to put herself in the shoes of a therapist. “This is easily one of the hardest jobs I’ve ever had in my life”, she said of the role during a WarnerMedia event.

 

However she has also mentioned that it was a very gratifying experience for her, “I cannot make that statement without saying that it is also one of the most satisfying, fulfilling experiences I’ve ever had”.

 

Uzo Aduba will be joined by Hamilton Anthony Ramos, John Benjamin, and Quintessa Swindell to star as the patients of Dr. Taylor, in the forthcoming season.

 

The 24-episode season will run on HBO Max from May 23 and we are looking forward for this return. In the meantime, you can watch the trailer here:

 

 

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