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Posts Tagged ‘Web Therapy’

Showtime Releases New Trailer For Web Therapy’s Second Season

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 @ 11:06 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

Take a quick look at Showtime’s most recent  promotional trailer for Web Therapy’s  impending second season which is scheduled to debut on July 2 2012 @ 11:00pm eastern time.

The trailer gives viewers a peak at some of the guest stars which are scheduled for Web Therapy’s  second season.  While the  feature clearly conveys the exciting clientele which Fiona will be interacting with it also conveys how the storylines will  remain true to the insane nature to the way in which the self-absorbed therapist administers treatment.

Take a look at the 40 second feature directly below and share your thoughts on it in the comments section!

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Happy Birthday to Us!

Monday, May 21, 2012 @ 01:05 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]


Happy  Birthday to US!  Happy Birthday to US! Today, the blog celebrates  4 years of operation!

It’s hard to believe that it has already been four years since I first  opened this blog.When I first  started this site four years ago I was unsure of what it would become and   would not have believed  that I would be running it four years later. This site means so much to me and I have genuinely enjoyed running it and keeping readers informed about relevant subject matter. It has been a truly rewarding  experience and  provided enriching opportunities, which I never would have thought I would have. I am proud that this blog has been providing prominent coverage for thousands of readers each month on various television series which are of interest. Special thanks are extended to YOU the reader for supporting the blog through your continuous visits, comments and ongoing involvement in other interactive opportunities on the site. Without readers a site has no purpose or future. Your visits truly mean everything!

The last year has been the biggest and most successful year for this site. We welcomed nearly 44 000 visitors which is approximately  4 times the number of visits the site had in its initial year.  We continue to interact with readers through active monitoring of the blog`s Facebook and Twitter page . We pursued   affiliation with both CBC and Westwind pictures that supported the blog by endorsing its coverage of Little Mosque on the Prairie. The blog also further  expanded its diverse network this past year by having partnered with various cross cultural  blogs which have expressed interest in Little Mosque on the Prairie such as Marilyn Gardner`s Communicating  Across Boundaries and Knightley Emma. We were also recognized by the Canada Media  Fund  for  the site`s ongoing coverage of Little Mosque on the Prairie.  The blog connected with Gateworld .net , which is known as the leading online website for Stargate  where many of our interviews with cast members from the franchise were linked from. Thank you to  all of our affiliates for your support of the blog. I have  greatly enjoyed working with each of  your respective  organizations and/ or sites and hope that we  will continue to support one another in this coming year.

We continued our retrospective coverage of  the Stargate franchise after  it drew to an end after 17 years with SGU  through news reporting and interviews with SGU’S Jennifer Spence, Peter Kelamis and   brilliant main cast member , Brian J Smith. We also had the delight of interviewing  Stargate Atlantis, Rachel Luttrel! Thank you to each of  you for  kindly participating in the interviews. I tremendously enjoyed the rewarding experience and I trust each of you benefitted from it as well.

The past year has been a significant year for the blog’s coverage of Little Mosque on the Prairie as the show progressed in its sixth and final year.   In addition on going news coverage and weekly episode features, I   once again interviewed Little Mosque’s  Manoj Sood,   Debra McGrath,   Brandon  Firla  , Arlene Duncan and Aliza Vellani to  extensively discuss  roles within the show’s sixth and final  season. We also interviewed, for the first time, Little Mosque’s Derek McGrath to discuss  the impact  which the departure of his character had on the show as well as the fan favourite , Zaib Shaikh who provided an insightful overview of the show’s sixth and final season as well as  how the program represents  Canada.  Thank to you all of the cast members for your exceptional portrayals and for participating in the interviews. I sincerely hope you enjoyed the experience as much as I did and extend best wishes in the future of your acting careers. It has truly been truly an honour and my pleasure to work with each of you .

Indeed, this is the only online media outlet which has interviewed the entire cast of this ground-breaking series.The blog was  recognized  by other institutions of the media for its extensive coverage of Little Mosque on the various occasions for its extensive coverage of this ground-breaking series including   Aquila Asia, a cosmopolitan magazine which did a  complete overview on the series to introduce it to its south Asian  readership. The blog was also mentioned on a live streaming with the cast of Little Mosque on CBC Live where the entire cast of the show thanked  us for its extensive support as well as responding to additional questions which we had about the show’s end.  I also had a chance to appear on CBC`S The National in order to discuss the show’s impact

From February to April the blog hosted a few live chats with various cast members of Little Mosque on the Prairie  including Aliza Vellani, Manoj Sood and Debra McGrath as a way of providing  viewers with the chance to directly  interact with  the stars themselves. Thank you to these prominent Canadian talent and all of the readers who joined in the discussion!

We also covered various other series on the blog. Back in September we launched coverage of FOX`S  new science fiction series,Terra Nova through weekly episode previews as well as through our  interactive features. Although  this show was not renewed for a second season, I greatly enjoyed discovering the series.

The blog launched its coverage of The Office and Web Therapy back in September and January respectively .As a result we have begun to welcome a new audience to the readership  through ongoing news coverage .Interviews  with various cast members of both series may be scheduled within the upcoming period.

I would also like to take  a moment to extend thanks to Youtube group, supportfire115@http://www.youtube.com/user/supportfire115 for kindly providing the decorations used for this celebratory post. Thank you for helping make this special  day even more memorable through your assistance in this regard.Thanks also goes to the blog’s occassional communications auditor , Nisreen O’Neill.

What plans do we  have for year number 5? With Little Mosque and Stargate having ended, we look forward to occasional  ongoing respective coverage of these significant and  defining series for this blog.  The blog will continue to cover  The Office  as we approve its impending ninth season and provide extensive , ongoing coverage of Showtime’s Web therapy through ongoing news, weekly episode guides as well as  interviews with various cast members of this unique  comedy. The blog will also be launching coverage of  CBC`S, Mr. D as the show approaches its second season.  Expect other science fiction series to be covered as well. The blog may launch a music aspect  by  covering  works of  prominent North American  musicians. Further details will follow  next month once precise  plans have been finalized.

Although our previously announced plans to launch a held hosted site have been terminated at this time, we are  in the process of  assessing  various other templates  within WordPress.com. Readers can therefore look forward to a new  design .

What  would you like to see on the site for our  upcoming year. Share your thoughts in the comments section or by e-mail. Thank  you for being apart of the community and I  look forward to another exciting year with the readership where we continue to work together to make the site the best it can be.

Web Therapy’s Second Season To Debut on July 2

Thursday, April 12, 2012 @ 08:04 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

Showtime has announced that Web Therapy‘s second season will debut on Monday, July 2 2012 @ 11:00pm eastern time, reports TV by the Numbers.The second season of this dark comedy will consist of 11 half – hour episodes.

Web Therapy’s second  season  will  continue  to focus on the self-serving  and highly unsuitable therapist Fiona  Wallace providing  online therapy  in the form of 3 minute web video sessions to  her troubled  clientage.  In addition to the having the opportunity to view these mishaps  unfold, viewers will have the chance  to see Fiona cope with  coming to terms with her husband, Kip Wallice’s[ Victor Garber]  double life as a homosexual man after she decides to  continue to pursue a marriage with him.  The sophomore season will consequently display Fiona focusing on promoting  Kip’s political campaign as he pursues candidacy for a seat in the senate. Throughout the season   Fiona will be seen continuing her pursuits as an author, as a result of her work on her book, Whistling While Worked which documents her” alleged mistreatment “at her former place of employment at a financial institution known as The Lachman brothers.

Actress, Lilly Tomlin is set to make reappearances as Fiona’s blunt and unaccepting mother, Putsy Hodge while Dan Bucatinsky will return as the mistreated and unassertive assistant, Jerome Sokolof.The exact  number of episodes in which they will appear has not been disclosed at this time.

 As previously reported on the blog, some prominent North American actors who will appear this season include  Meryl Streep, Rosie O’Donnell, Conan O’Brien, Molly Shannon, Minnie Driver, Selma Blair and  Kudrow’s former “Friends” cast mate David Shimmer, who   will have apparently witnessed a romantic encounter unfold between Fiona and his father, who is employed as a professor.  After having observed this and  recounting  his observations to Fiona, the unqualified therapist will suggest that she reenact the same sexual acts with him.

Web Therapy initially launched as a web series in  2008. In  April 2010 the    program was picked up by Showtime and the 7-10 minute  episodes were expanded to 30 minute episodes to suitable for television. To view the web episodes or for more information on the series, please refer to the blog’s sidebar for relevant links.

Information on when the second season will debut on The Movie Network for Canadian residents has yet to be disclosed, however an inquiry has been  issued to the Network and this information will be posted shortly after an update is received.

What is your response to Web Therapy  returning for a second season?Have you seen the webepisodes and in what ways do you hope  the television series will expand on some of the storylines ? Are there any predictions you have about this? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

Showtime’s Web Therapy Renewed For A Second Season

Sunday, January 29, 2012 @ 10:01 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

The blog is now launching its coverage of Showtime’s Web  Therapy as it  approaches it second season. Stay tuned for extensive, ongoing coverage of the show!

Indeed, Showtime  has announced that  Web Therapy has been renewed for a second season, according to a report from TV Guide.

The show was created by and  stares actress Lisa Kudrow [ Friends Phobe Buffay] who plays   the self-absorbed web therapist, Fiona  Wallace.Wallace provides  3 minute counseling sessions through web conferences, which  mainly center  around her using the issues of her clients to achieve her own personal or professional goals. The idea  of doing a three minute session is   based on her past experiences as a   conventional therapist , where she  apparently learned very quickly that  the bulk of the help was offered in three minutes and that the remainder of the typical  50 minute session was spent on  unnecessary “self-indulgent” reflections,  through recollections about dreams,  memories and past experiences!  This dark , improvised series provides a truly enjoyable perspective on a narcissistic   character as she  navigates the challenges of launching a new “ treatment modality’’  without actually being professionaly or emotionally suited to do so.

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Lisa Kudrow on Web Therapy as Fiona Wallice

The second season is expected to debut on Showtime in late Spring  2012 and will consist of 10 half hour episodes, just as the inaugural season did.Web Therapy was first brought to life as a web series, where episodes ran from 4-11 minutes.While the web-series continues in its fourth season this year, its earlier episodes were expanded into 30 minute episodes  which were suitable for television, when the show was picked up by the network.

The second season includes guest stars such as  Meryl Streep, Rosie O’Donnell, Conan O’Brien, Molly Shannon, Minnie Driver and Blair. Actress, Lilly Tomlin is set to  make reappearances  as Fiona’s blunt and  unaccepting mother, Putsy Hodge while  Victor Garber  will return as Fiona’s  allegedly unfaithful husband, Kip Wallace.

What are your thoughts on the show being renewed? Have you seen the webepisodes of Web Therapy and how do they compare to the  Television series?Sound off in the comments section, below!