The first five original episodes of In Treatment’s second season improved significantly over the first five episodes from season one.
The first two installments of In Treatment Sunday night, following patients Mia (9 p.m.) and April (9:30 p.m.), drew 693,000 and 621,000 respectively. Those two installments delivered an average of 657,000 viewers, up 137% from the season one premiere week average. On Monday, patients Oliver, Walter and Gina drew 336,000, 351,000 and 280,000 viewers respectively, up 16% from season one, though it should be noted that these episodes were made available on HBO on-demand prior to airing.
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