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Steve Carell masks up and gets back to work as he's spotted on the Los Angeles set of The Patient

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Steve Carell rung in the new year by getting back to work, spotted on the set of his new FX limited series The Patient.The 59-year-old actor was spotted getting into his trailer on the Los Angeles set of the new show on Wednesday afternoon.The show was given a series order back in October for 10 episodes, hailing from The Americans creatorsJoel Fields and Joe Weisberg.

Back to work:Steve Carell rung in the new year by getting back to work, spotted on the set of his new FX limited series The PatientCarell was spotted wearing a white Polo dress shirt under a grey cardigan sweater as he was spotted heading back to his trailer.He was also wearing a black face mask covering his mouth and nose on the set, as the COVID-19 omicron variant continues to send cases surging in Los Angeles.

The actor completed his look with brown pants and brown shoes for his day on the set of his new show. Steve's look:Carell was spotted wearing a white Polo dress shirt under a grey cardigan sweater as he was spotted heading back to his trailer The half-hour limited series follows Carell's character, Alexander Strauss, a psychiatrist who recently lost his wife and has not yet come to terms emotionally with his pain and loss.His already-tumultuous life is turned upside down when gets held prisoner by a dangerous serial killer with an unorthodox request: cure him of his murderous desires.While he tries to help this killer Strauss also starts delving into his own repressed feelings that creates a rather tumultuous environment.

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