'Web Therapy' Starring Lisa Kudrow Finds A New Home On StyleHaul by Bree Brouwer of Tubefilter

Lisa Kudrow is back as self-righteous mental health therapist Fiona Wallace. After moving to StyleHaul’s digital properties, Kudrow’s Web Therapy series debuted the first four episodes of its sixth season on September 18.

StyleHaul purchased the series in June, and at the time, StyleHaul CEO Stephanie Horbaczewski told The Hollywood Reporter the show was “a proven success” with “a terrific, wildly successful television experience.” Indeed, when the likes of Meryl Streep stopped by for a chat session in episode 46, you know the series is doing well.

Created by Kudrow and producing partners Dan Bucatinsky and Don Roos, Web Therapy was originally released in 2008 on LStudio.com (a part of the Lexus brand). In addition to StyleHaul’s deal, the show has also piqued the interest of Showtime, which started running extended episodes in 2011 and is preparing to run season four starting October 22.

As part of the web series’ sixth season launch on StyleHaul, the network encouraged viewers to use the hashtag #WhatsYourTherapy on various social platforms. Additionally, 15 of the network’s creative partners, including Caspar Lee, have created videos that use the hashtag as inspiration. StyleHaul currently reaches over 180 million YouTube subscribers and includes around 4600 creators.

Catch the first four episodes of the new season on StyleHaul’s website or YouTube channel.

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