Lisa Kudrow's 'Web Therapy' Premieres on StyleHaul (Exclusive)
Therapy sessions have begun
Web Therapy is making its debut on its new home, digital network StyleHaul.
The sixth season of the Lisa Kudrow web series premiered this morning on StyleHaul's Web Therapy site and YouTube channel. The first four episodes are immediately available for viewing with additional episodes to come.
Web Therapy, from Kudrow and producing partners Dan Bucatinsky (Scandal) and Don Roos, began as a web series on L Studio, an online hub created by Lexus. In 2011, Showtime announced that it would air extended versions of the series, which features Kudrow as Fiona Wallice, a therapist who conducts her sessions via web chat. The Showtime series, which features new footage, returns for a fourth season on Oct. 22.
StyeHaul acquired the series in June, announcing that all past episodes would also be available through its network. FremantleMedia handles the show's international distribution. At the time of the acquisition, StyleHaul CEO Stephanie Horbaczewski called the show "a proven success" with "a terrific, wildly successful television experience."
StyleHaul is planning a social campaign around the launch of the series, asking its network of more than 180 million YouTube subscribers and 4,600 creators to use the hashtag #WhatsYourTherapy on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. As part of the campaign, 15 StyleHaul creators (including Web Therapy guest star Caspar Lee) will film videos using the hashtag as their theme.