Critic Consensus: In Treatment has finely-written scripts that develop with raw emotion while unspooling engrossing suspense.
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Psychotherapist Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) meets with his regular patients Monday through Thursday at his Baltimore home, and seeks help for himself with his therapist on Friday in this drama based on an Israeli series of the same name. In Season 1, Monday's patient is Laura (Melissa George), an anesthesiologist who confesses she's infatuated with Paul. On Tuesdays, Navy pilot Alex (Blair Underwood) comes to Paul after participating in a mission gone awry in Iraq and suffering a heart attack… More
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Its capacity to maintain an unyielding grip on your attention becomes similarly evident fast, as does one's strong sense that that grip isn't going to weaken anytime soon. It doesn't.
In Treatment feels neither soapy nor formulaic, because of the intensity with which it's presented.
It all makes for lots of great soapy intrigue, and Byrne makes you believe he can solve everyone's problems.
The series may seem, at first, like a frequently well-crafted examination of human frailty, but really, there's also a good deal of suspense building as well.
Cleverly conceived, it boasts a star-studded cast (Gabriel Byrne, Dianne Wiest, Blair Underwood) who achieve, at times, theatrical transcendence.