Marcia Gay Harden
Oscar and Tony winner Marcia Gay Harden has joined Royal Pains for a multi-episode arc.
Harden, 50, will play Dr. Elizabeth Blair, a surgeon and ...
USA Network is upping their original content with seven new pilot scripts for the 2010-2011 TV season, including projects from Steve Carell, John Michael Higgins and Anthony Edwards.
Carell (The Office) is teaming up with Higgins (Best in Show) to produce an untitled dramedy about...
Burn Notice, Royal Pains
Royal Pains and Burn Notice will return with new episodes June 3, USA announced Thursday.
Royal Pains, starring Mark Feuerstein as Hamptons' resident doctor-for-hire Hank Lawson, will air...
Royal Pains has tapped Henry Winkler for a recurring role, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Winkler, best known as The Fonz on Happy Days, will step into the role of Eddie Larson, the...
Royal Pains wraps up its rookie season Thursday (10/9c, USA) with "Wonderland," a modern take on an old-fashioned ghost story that takes places in a haunted Hamptons manor. Dr. Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein) treats the hallucinating Zoe Hill (guest star Alexandra Holden), one of the proprietors of the manor where Divya (Reshma Shetty) is hoping to have her engagement party.
As with most of the ailments featured on Royal Pains, Zoe's delusions are not what they at first seem to be. In fact, her fantastical visions serve as nice metaphorical stand-ins for the various deceptions and betrayals that this juicy hour reveals.
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According to executive producer Michael Rauch, the relationship between Hank and his scheming, smirking brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo) is the emotional core of the show. Never mind the uncanny resemblance of Feuerstein and Costanzo, up until now the Lawsons have enjoyed snappy, charming chemistry, in which good-natured banter and brotherly love was exactly what the doctor ordered.
In "Wonderland," however, a questionable business decision by Evan will move the siblings to a darker place ...
Hank's got a lot on his plate in tonight's first-season finale. He worries about the future of HankMed as he considers replacing Divya after she ties the knot. Hank also butts heads with his brother over Evan's financial practices. In the midst of these concerns, he still has a client to treat: a woman suffering hallucinations. Add a dash of romantic woes as Charlie moves in with Jill, and it's a recipe for disaster.
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Greg Grunberg, Jenna Fischer, George Eads
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Hank has his hands full tonight with Tucker's not-so-cooperative dad (played by Andrew McCarthy), who attempts to kick his drug-and-alcohol problem by undergoing a rapid detox program. Hank thinks it's too extreme, but, unfortunately, Marshall Bryant isn't used to hearing the word "no." Elsewhere, Evan's attempts to drum up business at a nightclub don't go quite as planned, forcing him to work with Divya to settle a misunderstanding with an employee.
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Mark Feuerstein, Jeffrey Donovan
USA's summer hits Burn Notice and Royal Pains have both been picked up for additional seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Q&A: Mark Feuerstein evaluates Royal Pains' Dr. Hank
The pickups follow on the heels of ...
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The final bell tolls for the Christina Applegate sitcom just when wedding bells are ringing for Andrea and her gay basketball star fiancé, Tony Dane. It's a big day for Sam, too, as she has to decide whether she wants to be with billionaire Winston Funk (Billy Zane) or Todd. Meanwhile, Howard and Regina have a decision to make when they begin to realize their paths are starting to diverge.
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