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The Shrink Next Door: Everything We Know So Far

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However, both Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd have appeared on the same television program before (The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show, which aired for only a few episodes in 2007). They’ll be seeing each other a lot in the upcoming drama series The Shrink Next Door, which is based on a popular podcast and tells a wild true story. Here’s what we know so far about the program.

The Shrink Next Door Release Date Details:

The first season of The Shrink Next Door will air on November 12, 2021. After they’ve finished Ted Lasso season 2, subscribers will have something else to watch with the series being exclusive to Apple TV+

Shrink Next Door

Source: IndieWire.com

 Cast Details:

  • Will Ferrell as Martin “Marty” Markowitz
  • Paul Rudd as Dr. Isaac “Ike” Herschkopf
  • Kathryn Hahn as Phyllis Markowitz
  • Casey Wilson as Bonnie Herschkopf
  • Sarayu Blue as Miriam

The Shrink Next Door Plot Details:

Remember the Bill Murray/Richard Dreyfuss movie What About Bob? Consider The Shrink Next Door to be the inverse of that, with the therapist being the one who destroys his patients’ lives.

Ike Herschkopf is a slick psychiatrist who becomes Martin “Marty” Markowitz’s new therapist after years of neglect.

As his infatuation with Marty grows, the charming Ike slips into her life gradually and gradually takes up residence in Marty’s Hamptons home, even persuading her to name him president of the family business.

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The first two seasons of the show explore how a seemingly typical doctor-patient relationship becomes one that is exploitative, manipulative, and chaotic at its worst.

Here’s the official synopsis from Apple TV+:

Inspired by a true story about Marty, a teenager who was dealing with drug addiction and crime. Then a therapist turned his life around…and took it over.

Marty first wants to improve his boundaries when he meets Dr. Ike for the first time. He’ll learn all there is to know about them, as well as what happens when they’re broken during the next 30 years.

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