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Lisa Kudrow of Friends fame can thank her stint as a web TV star for her next big return to the small screen. Web Therapy — an accredited web series she created and stars in — has been picked up by Showtime.

Digital Spy reports that that the 45 ten-minute episodes already produced, which span across the show’s three seasons, will be converted into 30 minute episodes and include additional commissioned material.

Episodes will begin airing on Showtime later this year, but there’s no word whether or not the yet-to-be-aired season three episodes will continue airing online as previously scheduled. Season three guest stars are to include Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Molly Shannon and Selma Blair.

Kudrow’s turn as Fiona Wallace, a webcam therapist with attitude, has already garnered the actress two Streamy nominations for Best Female Actor. This additional validation from Showtime will likely once again expose Kudrow to much larger viewing audiences. Check out an episode from the series below.

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