Fiona Wallice is a therapist with little patience for her patients. Tired of hearing about people's problems for fifty long minutes, she devises a new treatment, the three-minute video chat. And still, the sessions end up being largely about her. If she's your therapist, you've got problems. Emmy Award® winner Lisa Kudrow co-created, produces and stars in this outrageous therapeutic send-up. Originally produced as webisodes, Web Therapy features an A-list guest cast who, along with Kudrow, improvise their performances with hilarious results.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Web Therapy - Michael Goi - Netflix
Michael Goi is an American cinematographer, television and film director. He is well known for his work on Showtime's Web Therapy, and for his work with Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk on Glee, Scream Queens and American Horror Story. He also wrote and directed the 2011 film Megan Is Missing.
Web Therapy - Work with Ryan Murphy - Netflix
As director of photography, Goi first worked with prolific writer/producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk on their (with Ian Brennan) FOX musical comedy Glee, in 2011, with the episode “Asian F”. That same year he also began work on the duo's new FX series American Horror Story. His first episode on the series was the Murder House installment “Rubber Man”. He went on to work on Murphy's short-lived NBC comedy The New Normal; and more recently, the trio's 2015 horror/comedy Scream Queens. During the fourth season of American Horror Story, Goi made his series directorial debut with “Magical Thinking”. He served as the series' exclusive cinematographer from the premiere of Asylum, until the end of the fifth season. He was succeeded in the capacity by Breaking Bad's Nelson Cragg, with the commencement of the sixth year.
Web Therapy - References - Netflix