Psychobitches. Therapist (Rebecca Front). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.


Sky Arts sketch show about women from history. 12 episodes (pilot + 2 series), 2012 - 2014. Stars Julia Davis, Rebecca Front, Sharon Horgan, Samantha Spiro and others.

Psychobitches. Image shows from L to R: Grace Kelly (Sharon Horgan), Ingrid Bergman (Michelle Gomez), Janet Leigh (Samantha Spiro). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.


A Sky Arts sketch show that sees some of history's most famous women psychoanalysed

Sketch Show
2012 - 2014
Sky Arts
12   (1 pilot + 2 series), plus 2 highlights specials
Ben Cavey and Jeremy Dyson
Julia Davis, Rebecca Front, Sharon Horgan, Samantha Spiro, Frances Barber, Selina Griffiths, Katy Brand, Morgana Robinson and others
Jeremy Dyson, Bert Tyler-Moore, George Jeffrie, Ali Crockatt, Lucy Montgomery, David Scott, Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns
Jeremy Dyson
Pippa Brown

Psychobitches is an all-star sketch show set in one room that sees some of history's most famous women psychoanalysed.

Resting comfortably on the chaise longue of a therapy room, the most iconic women from history open up to a discerning if slightly judgemental psychiatrist (Rebecca Front) about their thoughts, fears and flaws. From Sylvia Plath trying to write cheerier poems to the Bronte sisters squabbling like petulant toddlers, Psychobitches provides some illuminating insights into the minds of these famous females.

Also with issues to get off their chest are Eva Peron who is struggling to moderate her feelings of grandiosity and an ageing Margot Fontaine refusing to hang up her ballet slippers. While a senile Joan Crawford and Bette Davis compete over who was the biggest screen siren, Audrey Hepburn steps into the sanctum of trust to test the psychiatrist's patience with her cutesy quirks.

Production Details

Part of

Playhouse Presents

Production company
Also known as
  • Psychobit***s (Other official name)
  • Playhouse Presents: Psychobitches (Other official name)
Laugh track

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Thursday 21st June 2012 on Sky Arts at 9pm
Last new broadcast
Tuesday 23rd December 2014 on Sky Arts at 9:30pm
Length of episodes
30 minutes
Last repeat
Monday 25th May 2020 at 12:00am

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