But maybe the return of In Treatment (whose fourth season is airing more than a decade after wrapping its original run) will suffice.

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We could all use a little therapy right now.

as Dr. Paul Weston. In an innovative structure adapted from an Israeli series, Weston saw patients as well as his own therapists in half-hour increments.

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The well-regarded series starred Gabriel Byrne 

HBO canceled the drama in 2011 despite its Golden Globe and Emmy acting wins and critical acclaim. Taking over for Byrne on this new iteration is Uzo Aduba as Dr. Brooke Taylor. 

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as her character navigates the COVID-19 era with a diverse range of patients, including Anthony Ramos’ live-in caregiver and John Benjamin Hickey’s disgraced tech guru.

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The Mrs. America actress gives a riveting turn

It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever worked on in my entire life ... But ... it was one of the most fulfilling projects I got to work on.” 

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This In Treatment  holds a meditative, healing urgency. The show confronts the pandemic head-on, mixing in-person and virtual sessions.

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The fact that people ask, ‘How are you doing? Are you okay?’ takes on a whole different meaning now.”

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