In Treatment: Season 4 Official Trailer | HBO



The HBO original series is back in session. The new season of In Treatment stars Emmy winner Uzo Aduba (Mrs. America, Orange Is The New Black) as the observant, empathetic Dr. Brooke Taylor, the therapist at the center of the season. #HBO #InTreatment Subscribe to HBO on YouTube: https://goo.gl/wtFYd7

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In Treatment: Season 4 Official Trailer | HBO

36 replies
  1. Joe H Moore
    Joe H Moore says:

    This young woman who plays Brook therapists on the show is phenomenal. There are some actors you just want to see them. She’s good. Uzo Aduba ‘s performance and the show should be required viewing in acting classes.

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  2. B
    B says:

    This season is a big downgrade from the previous three… none of the characters or storylines are believable or compelling. Full of stereotypical tropes. Not to mention Brooke is a horrible therapist, literally a perfect example of what NOT to do as a therapist.

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  3. Elaine Finsilver
    Elaine Finsilver says:

    Never ever would a therapist invite patients into her home or share personal stories
    Go back and check Byrne or couples therapy
    Am shocked at the personal involvement of therapist
    Bad show

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  4. Tr P
    Tr P says:

    If the Blacks wanted a version of “In Treatment”, they should have made their own. Season four is rubbish and has tarnished the “In Treatment” name.

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  5. Sierra Clark
    Sierra Clark says:

    “If you declare with your mouth “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved” (Romans 10:9). Now is the time to accept Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior. Obey His commands and repent of your sins because Jesus is coming back soon. Tomorrow isn’t promised.

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  6. Absurd Turk
    Absurd Turk says:

    The music is annoyingly dramatic for a show that seems to just essentially be about…therapy. If I was just listening to the music, not the actors or watching the trailer, you'd think it was like a Breaking Bad show or something.

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