Netflix has added a psychological thriller to its original slate, ordering a 10-episode season of one-hour series “Gypsy” from Universal Television, Working Title and writer Lisa Rubin, the streaming service announced on Tuesday. It’s set to debut in 2017.

The show will follow Jean Holloway, a therapist who begins to develop dangerous and intimate relationship with the people in her patients’ lives.

Rubin, Liza Chasin, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner will exec produce, with Rubin also serving as writer. Rubin is also adapting novels “I Was Here” for New Line and “Food Whore” for DreamWorks.

Netflix previously worked with Universal Television on “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” and “Master of None.”

Netflix has a busy 2016 as far as originals go, with sequel series “Fuller House,” Marvel’s “Luke Cage,” David Fincher’s “Mindhunter” and Judd Apatow comedy “Love,” in addition to many more, all debuting this year.