- Director: Sam Taylor-Johnson et al.
- Writer: Jonathan Caren; Lisa Rubin
- Producer: Brad Carpenter; Rudd Simmons
10 episodes later...and, we'll never find out what happens!
Because...Netflix pulled the plug. And, it's not too difficult to see why. Every episode is practically the same...in other words, frustratingly formulaic.
More psycho-[bi]sexual than psycho-sexual...with the 'psycho' being a rather dubious, morally-conflicted psychologist...aren't they all!?!
It's all coffee, a bit of therapy, a chat with colleagues, some non-ethical-extra-curricula activity, a few same-sex mind-games and back to the hubby in suburbia for sweet domesticity...oh, she has a daughter with gender dysphoria!
There's obviously something going on in the background/backstory...but, since the whole series moved at a snail's pace...interested waned and when the interest wanes...the money goes elsewhere! As is the case here!
Production, technical, talent...it's all top notch...they all just forgot one thing: The audience!
Therapist Jean Holloway becomes too immersed in the lives of her patients.