Summer is only a few months away, which means that Royal Pains is ramping up production. The USA series has recruited Numb3rs alum Diane Farr to guest-star in ...
What would a season finale be without complications? For Royal Pains' Divya (Reshma Shetty), that could mean early labor pains. The physician's assistant, pregnant with her ex's child, suddenly finds "there may be something wrong with the baby," Shetty reports. Never...
Reshma Shetty, Mark Feuerstein
Pills! Pregnancy! Politics! It's been a surprisingly intense season for the Hamptons' top concierge medical team on Royal Pains, and no one is more aware than the show's executive producers. "It was a very challenging prospect to deal with creatively and figuring out how to tell the story ... because we wanted to continue to show the chinks in the Hank armor and in a way that still protected the character and still protected the tone of the show," co-creator and executive producer Andrew Lenchewski tells TVGuide.com. "Hopefully when the audience sees how this all turns out in terms of the character, they'll understand why we told the story we told."
After overcoming the rough waters of Hank's addiction and Evan's first-ever political campaign, where does HankMed & Co. go from here? Ahead of...
Everything is coming up roses for Mercy alum Patch Darragh.
The actor has booked a guest role on Royal Pains as a local Hamptons florist treated by HankMed, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Felix is described as a kind man with a big heart who is fluent in the language of flowers but...
Royal Pains' episode on Wednesday (9/8c, USA) marks the directorial debut of star Paulo Costanzo, but don't think anyone, or anything, went easy for him just because it was his first time behind the camera. See: a severe rain delay that kept the cameras rolling until 5 a.m., an hour-long fire alarm during a nightclub shoot and a very testy Brinks driver.
"We were shooting in the city and this Brinks truck pulled directly in the middle of our shot. All of these production assistants ran over and said you got to move it! The driver got out of the car, pulled...
Reshma Shetty, Ben Shenkman
The name on the masthead is still HankMed, but there will be a very different doctor checking in when Royal Pains returns this Wednesday (9/8c on USA).
After last season's finale shakeup, in which Hank (Mark Feuerstein) quit after clashing with his brother and CEO Evan (Paulo Constanzo) over the direction of the business, Evan hires Dr. Jeremiah Sacani (Ben Shenkman) to help fill the vacancy. "It's a fluke that he even gets the job. He only gets it because of Evan's desperation to get the ball rolling," Shenkman says. "It's always fun to play characters who...
Rutina Wesley, David McCallum, Kyra Sedgwick
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Mark Feuerstein; Ben Shenkman
There's a new doctor in the house: Ben Shenkman has joined Royal Pains as HankMed's newest hire, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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When the USA medical drama wrapped its third season in February, Hank (Mark Feuerstein) quit the family business after he and Evan (Paulo Costanzo) disagreed over...
Mark Burnett and Paul Reiser
Has NBC pulled the plug on The Paul Reiser Show after airing only two episodes?
According to The Futon Critic, NBC axed the freshman comedy Friday and will be replacing it with repeat episodes of The Office beginning April 28 at 8:30/7:30c.
NBC announces Paul Reiser Show; replacing Perfect Couples
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Paul Reiser is returning to television with The Paul Reiser Show, NBC announced Tuesday.
The single-camera comedy will star Reiser as himself debating his next career move after years of being off the air. His hit series Mad About You ended in 1999.
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Rounding out the cast: Amy Landecker (A Serious Man) as his wife, Claire, and Ben Shenkman (Angels in America), Omid Djalili (The Infidel), Duane Martin (All of Us) and Andrew Daly (MADtv) as his unlikely group of friends.