The American adaptation of BeTipul is not renewed for a fifth season.
Launched in 2008, the American series In-Treatment (adapted from the series BeTipul) will not be continued this year. While the revival of the show had seen in 2021, almost ten years after its initial broadcast, the actress Uzo Adaba (Orange is the new Black) take over the role previously held by Gabriel Byrne for a season 4, a fifth season was announced. Ultimately, variety reports that it is cancelled.
In Therapy back in the USA: season 4 of the series In Treatment unveils its trailer
“This series was a response to the pandemic and how to shoot content at that time” said Casey Bloys, Chief Content Officer of HBO and HBO Max. “It was from this conversation that was born In-Treatment. (…) And I think working with Uzo was the most important and it was great, but I have no intention of continuing to do the series.”
Ironically, the French adaptation In therapy, which began in 2021 on Arte, has been renewed for a second season, with a different cast but still retaining Frédéric Pierrot in the role of the therapist. The plot and the broadcast date of this new season have just been announced.
In Therapy season 2: Arte reveals the date of the return of the series
As a reminder, In-Treatment was broadcast on OCS, and its season 4 was released on May 24, 2021 in US + 24 on the channel. Its trailer: