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'In Treatment' Gets New Patients, Hope Davis and John Mahoney

October 21, 2008 (7:10 am) GMT
Hope Davis and John Mahoney will visit the psychotherapist, Dr. Paul Weston, to solve their psychological problems in 'In Treatment'.

HBO drama series, "", will have other two patients for its psychotherapist, Dr. Paul Weston. and John Mahoney will play roles on the series's second season as Dr. Weston's patients who suffer different kinds of mental illness.

In the series, Davis will play as Mira, a high-powered malpractice lawyer and Dr. Weston's former patient who blames the psychotherapist for her being single and having no children. It will be her first appearance on TV series since she worked for ABC's drama "Six Degrees" in the 2006-07 season. The actress is well known for her roles in some movies such as, "", "Next Stop Wonderland", and "American Splendor".

Meanwhile, "Treatment" will cast Mahoney as Bill, a self-confident CEO who begins to realize that life is getting away from him in a way which he cannot control. The Emmy Award nominated actor also has played roles in some films like "In the Line of Fire", "", "Say Anything", and a comedy series "Frasier".

"In Treatment" second season will begin the production this fall in New York City and will be premiered in 2009. The main story of the new season will focus on Dr. Weston's life along with his patients' illness. Dr. Weston is played by and will continue as Dr. Gina Toll.

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