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Kudrow and Garber, particularly, bring such a twinkly effortlessness as actors that one can forgive the more stilted moments.
It's not just that Kudrow has failed to find a vehicle for her comedic talents since Friends; it's that the two-dimensional, often insufferable characters she's created are largely to blame for the failure of those projects in the first place.
While the project had its devotees in its original form, the first four legs of a 10-episode flight feel stilted and claustrophobic.
A visually uninteresting half-hour filled with rambling conversations, as the actors struggle to advance what little story there is while slipping in the all-too-occasional funny remark.
While Web Therapy is certainly clever and occasionally funny, it lacks both the nerve and verve of The Comeback.
The fine cast, both regulars and guest stars, elevates the proceedings considerably.
It's great to see Kudrow back on TV, but this visually static and comically stunted gimmick wears thin pretty quickly.
Audience Reviews for Web Therapy: Season 1
Aug 19, 2018Fresh and hilarious.
Jul 26, 2016Amazing how a show entirely about a skype conversation can be so hilarious!
Aug 09, 2015I've watched the first 3 episodes so far, and I was half way through the 2nd episode when I realized that a little bit of Fiona Wallice (Lisa Kudrow) goes a long way. I did appreciated the guest stars though, especially Lily Tomlin as her mom. I'll give it a few more episodes, but this is not a show thats meant for binge watching.