Showtime is sticking with Web Therapy. According to Deadline, the cable network has opted to renew the series for a third season, after it saw a 21% rise in ratings during its second season this past summer. The series stars Lisa Kudrow as a psychotherapist named Fiona Wallice who offers three-minute psychiatrist sessions with patients over the Internet via her webcam. Since its premiere, the show has attracted a ton of well-known guest stars, including Meryl Streep and Conan O'Brien. Kudrow's former Friends co-star Matt LeBlanc is confirmed to appear in season three in some form.

Similar to season two, the third season will consist of 10 half-hour episodes, and should premiere some time next year.

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[via Deadline]