Attention meme lovers, hilarious viral Instagram account My Therapist Says is set to become new TV series

My Therapist Says fans, read on… 

Memes have taken over our lives for the last few years. Admit it, you have spent several hours way past your bedtime, and during the day, and at work, and at the weekends (okay, all day, every day) scrolling your way deep into an internet hole thanks to relatable and downright hysterical memes.

One of the main accounts responsible for these posts is the viral Instagram account My Therapist Says, which has shared plenty of videos and photos relating to the emotional struggles of millennial life. Whether it’s online dating, financial woes, career boredom, coffee addiction, fitness motivation, and more, we’ve always found something to relate to and have a good chuckle at.

Case in point below…

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In fact, the Instagram account, which began in 2015, has become such a force within the online community (now boasting 7.6million followers) that it is now getting the Hollywood treatment! Yes, according to The Hollywood Reporter, plans are underway to adapt My Therapist Says into a live-action, scripted television series.

The account’s co-founders, Lola Tash and Nicole Argiris, will serve as executive producers as they bring their creation to our television screens. I bet they never expected this to happen when they launched the Instagram account seven years earlier – which they did as a bit of fun, and previously explained that the name for the account stemmed from the phrase they consistently began with when giving each other advice: “Well, my therapist said…”

Lola gushed on Instagram about the exciting upcoming venture: “It’s all happening. Incredibly proud of what this means for my mental health community and our loving @mytherapistsays followers. It saved me in so many ways, and I cannot wait to break more barriers, create more exciting opportunities, and build something that will empower all of us who have struggled.”