It’s official: Showtime is giving Web Therapy a third season. Fans of the half-hour web-to-television series should be pleased to learn the show will be headed back to the Internet and Showtime in 2013, with ten half-hour episodes planned and a slew of new guest stars in the works.

Lisa Kudrow has always been a bit of a weird comedic soul, and it’s nice to see she’s been able to use her powers of humor to carve a niche out for herself over at Showtime. The former Friends actress created Web Therapy (along with Don Roos & Dan Bucatinsky), as well as heads up the series as the online therapist Fiona Wallice, who frequently gives ill-conceived and otherwise bad advice to her patrons. It doesn’t help that she’s impatient and self-centered.

Showtime has dropped us a few bones concerning which celebrities are slated to guest star in the series in 2013. Episodes’ Matt LeBlanc and Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson are down for appearances, as well The Women’s Meg Ryan. That may already seem like a decent amount of celebrity guest appearances filled. However, since Web Therapy follows Wallice as she takes care of patients in three-minute segments, there are plenty more slots that could potentially be filled by celebrities, should the show be able to find the right people. Last season, guests as varied as Conan O’Brien and Minnie Driver showed up briefly in the series, and I can’t wait to see how weird Season 3’s lineup will get.

TV Blend will keep you posted when Web Therapy gets an official premiere date for Season 3.

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