HBO 'In Treatment' Season 4: Air time, how to live stream, plot, cast and all you need to know about drama starring Uzo Aduba
Dr Uzo Aduba will see you now. Yes, for all Aduba fans, of whom there are plenty, Season 4 of HBO's hit show ‘In Treatment’ sees her play Dr Brooke Taylor. Dr Brooke deals with a diverse range of patients in an observant and empathetic manner while struggling with her own issues. Ten years after the season finale, the show now deals with issues such as the global pandemic and the recent major cultural and social shifts. Aduba takes over the lead role from the iconic Gabriel Byrne.
Speaking of the show, Aduba said, “This is easily one of the hardest jobs I’ve ever had in my life, hardest things I’ve ever worked on in terms of preparation. I’m in every scene and everyone in this show is working so hard and so intensely and delivering. It is also one of the most satisfying, fulfilling experiences I’ve also ever had. This project came into my life in a time that was needed and has brought an excitement and energy, there’s a thrill when you go to work. It stretches you, it’s growing me and I’m grateful for it.”
The original 'In Treatment' was based on the Israeli series 'BeTipul' and received seven Emmy nominations during its run.
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Air time and how to live stream
‘In Treatment’ will return for Season 4 on Sunday, May 23, at 9 pm ET/PT. 'In Treatment' will air on the cable channel starting in May and will also be available to stream on HBO Max. You can subscribe to HBO Max by visiting HBOMax.com to sign up. Those who had HBO before HBO Max launched, possibly already have access. HBO Max is currently available only in the US and Puerto Rico. If you are not based in the US, using a VPN will help you catch the latest drama on HBO.
'In Treatment' Season 4 is set in present day Los Angeles and Dr Brooke Taylor helps her patients navigate modern concerns, of which there are plenty including the pandemic.
The show also stars Anthony Ramos who works as a home health aide for a wealthy family's adult son; Liza Colon Zayas as Rita who plays Dr Brooke's longtime friend who helps her cope after a life-altering loss; John Benjamin Hickey who plays Colin, a charming millionaire turned white-collar criminal coming to terms with how his life has changed; and Quintessa Swindell who plays Dr Brooke's distrustful teenage client.
Uzo Aduba continues to go from strength to strength. She has been a household name for a while now but 'In Treatment' will mark her first-ever lead role in a TV series. Aduba is extremely excited about the role. She once said, "It's exciting to see the show explored through a female lens now, specifically a Black female Lens. And since I'm playing a therapist, I'm also learning a lot about myself as an artist."
Aduba is of course best known for her role as Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren on the Netflix original series 'Orange is the New Black' and is one of only two actors to win an Emmy Award in both comedy and drama categories for the same role.
Anthony Ramos of 'Hamilton' fame also stars in 'In Treatment'. He plays a character who works as a home health aide for a wealthy family's adult son. Ramos is an actor, singer and songwriter who performed the dual roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton in the Broadway musical 'Hamilton'. Ramos was also in the 2020 DreamWorks Animation film 'Trolls World Tour'.
John Benjamin Hickey
John Benjamin Hickey plays a charming millionaire who has just been released from prison after a white-collar crime and is grappling with the way his life has changed. Hickey is known for his roles in 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Flags of Our Fathers' and 'The Taking of Pelham 123'.
From 2010 to 2013, he appeared on 'The Big C' and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie for the final season of the series.
The trailer of ‘In Treatment’ is set in Los Angeles and shows Aduba in fine form as the therapist who is calm and collected professionally but perhaps just as confused as her patients personally.
Jennifer Schuur and Joshua Allen are executive producers of the series. Executive producers include Stephen Levinson, Mark Wahlberg, Hagai Levi, Schuur, Allen and Melissa Bernstein with Joanne Toll and Noa Tishby acting as co-executive producers.
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