Couples Therapy, Showtime’s real-life therapy drama starring pscyhoanalyst Dr. Orna Guralnik, returns Friday, May 13 at 8 p.m. ET/PT for a nine-episode run. Season three will air two episodes back to back every Friday for four weeks, with the mid-season finale airing June 10. All nine episodes will be available to watch on streaming platforms for Showtime subscribers on May 13.
The season’s second half will premiere later this year on an as-yet undetermined date.
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Season three features four new couples working through their conflicts: a Broadway dancer and a preacher’s grandson trying to escape an endless cycle of conflict after the birth of their daughter; a couple in an open marriage where intimacy has been lost and resentment is growing; a couple with children in which the wife feels unheard and unassisted by her husband; and an older couple in a decades-long relationship who are finally facing their rifts after years of betrayal.
Couples Therapy comes from filmmakers Josh Kriegman, Elyse Steinberg and Eli Despres, all of whom executive produce. Matt Parker and Maya Seidler, who also directs, both produce. Pax Wasserman also directs. The series is produced by Edgeline Films for Showtime.
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