In Treatment returns to HBO in April with a number of changes. Foremost among them?
Season-one showrunner Rodrigo Garcia has handed over writing duties to playwright and longtime "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" producer Warren Leight.
Television critic Alan Sepinwall recently spoke with Leight. He learned key tidbits about season two of In Treatment, such as the status of actor Glynn Turman (pictured), Alex's father on season one.
Q: If Alex’s family is suing Pail, will Glynn Turman be back?
A: Glynn Turman is coming back, and he’s not in a good mood about last season. So I think that’s a fair assumption. And Glynn Turman comes back. Michelle Forbes comes back. The marriage is over, but, you know, there’s always – not all the embers have died out. So we’ll be seeing her. We’ll be seeing two of Paul’s kids at least.