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Posted at 12:16 PM ET, 03/31/2011

HBO will continue ‘Treatment’ -- of some sort

Gabriel Byrne of "In Treatment.” (Mary Altaffer - AP)
Reports that HBO’s series “In Treatment” are over are greatly exaggerated, HBO insists.

“It’s true that we have no plans to continue with ‘In Treatment’ as previously formatted. However, we are in continued conversations with the executive producers to find another way to continue telling these rich stories,” the network said in a statement.

For three seasons, “In Treatment,” based on an Israeli TV series, has starred Gabriel Byrne as a psychologist who sees rotating cast of patients, and, understandably, his own therapist as well. The show airs on an unusual schedule, in bursts, multiple times a week.

The show has never been a big ratings magnet for the network, but it’s better known for its eclectic cast.The latest crop included Debra Winger, Amy Ryan, Dane DeHaan and Irrfan Khan.

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