Lisa Kudrow's 'Web Therapy' Gets Second Season on Showtime
The browser-based comedy will bring on guests such as Meryl Streep, Conan O'Brien and Rosie O’Donnell for a 10-epsiode run in 2012.
Showtime decided it needs more therapy.
The network announced Monday that it will air a second season of Lisa Kudrow comedy Web Therapy, set to air in 2012.
Transitioning from the web to the tube in summer of 2011, Web Therapy follows psychotherapist Fiona Wallice as she treats a variety of patients via webcam.
“We are thrilled that Showtime will air more of the half-hour format of Web Therapy, we really love this version of the show,” Kudrow said in a statement. “Of course, we are over the moon that Meryl Streep will be in this coming season. She was effortlessly hilarious, and it's a great story. We have Lily Tomlin back who always fantastically funny. Conan O'Brien is beyond, fantastic, he's a perfect improviser. We're honestly giddy over the people we have for this season.”
Rosie O’Donnell, Molly Shannon, Minnie Driver and Selma Blair are also among the guest actors appearing for the sophomore outing.
Created by Kudrow, Don Roos and Dan Bucatinsky, Web Therapy is produced by Is or Isn’t Entertainment.
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