Showtime has just scheduled 10 more sessions of Lisa Kudrow's 'Web Therapy,' according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Based on the web series of the same name, 'Web Therapy' stars the 'Friends' alum as Fiona Wallace, a self-proclaimed "web therapist" that offers clients quick sessions over the Internet. She feels that this technique will lead to making faster breakthroughs with her patients, due to their constant knowledge of the short amount of time they have to consider and come to terms with the advice being offered.
'Web Therapy' made the jump from the Internet to TV in the summer of 2011, where it has since aired three seasons and 31 episodes total, all of which were written by Kudrow and producing partners Don Roos & Dan Bucatinsky. The series is largely improvised, and has featured a vast array of guest stars, including Steve Carell, Chelsea Handler, Lily Tomlin, Matt LeBlanc, Meg Ryan, and Billy Crystal.
This marks the second recent renewal for Kudrow and Bucatinsky. Their reality series 'Who Do You Think You Are?' was resurrected by TLC back in the fall, after NBC canceled it. Kudrow and Bucatinsky also appeared together last year on multiple episodes of hit ABC drama 'Scandal.' In short, it's been a great 12 months for the duo.
The fourth season of 'Web Therapy' will (like Seasons 1 and 3) consist of 10 episodes. A premiere date has yet to be determined.