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...
Henry Winkler and Paulo Costanzo
To some — OK, millions — Henry Winkler will always be best known as Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli from the iconic TV series Happy Days. But to a whole new generation of fans, Winkler gets recognized for a much more recent role.
"I did a Broadway play in October and a little 10-year-old boy came up to me and said, 'Hi I'm your fan,'" Winkler tells TVGuide.com. "And I went, 'Oh, you read my books?' and he said, 'No, I love Royal Pains."
Since Winkler's debut on the show in Season 2, the actor has made quite an impression as the charming yet calculating Eddie R. Lawson. Eight months after...
Royal Pains fans are already very, very familiar with the cast's mad rapping skills, but who knew that HankMed & Co. could really carry a tune?
In this exclusive sneak peek, the cast of the USA series gets musical for the final chapter of Evan's Campaign Chronicles webisode series. The episode was a "labor of love" for Paulo Costanzo, a self-professed musical-theater aficionado. "My first...
The untitled Jim Gaffigan comedy pilot that failed to get picked up will be redeveloped by CBS, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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The single camera comedy will star Gaffigan as a happily married New York City father of five, just as he is in real life. Peter Tolan remains as writer and executive producer along with Gaffigan, while Michael Wimer and Alex Murray will also executive-produce. The project, from Sony Pictures Television, is being developed in 2013-14 to air possibly in the 2014-15 season.
Every week on Royal Pains, Mark Feuerstein has to perform elaborate, death-defying — literally — operations on his patients. But for his third time in the director's chair for the USA show, he had to perform one of his toughest operations yet: The Heimlich Candy Dance.
"When we did the scene where Divya is giving Greer the Heimlich, there were rehearsals for days before with...
Roselyn Sanchez, Jaime Camil, and Melinda Page Hamilton
Our top moments of the week:
11. Best Revenge: On Royal Pains, Evan's latest campaign stop gets off to a bad start when a local berates Evan about his platform. As he rants, a large umbrella comes loose and its sharp stake stabs the man in the behind. What a pain in the butt!
10. Message Received Award: When Brody Jenner learns that his dad, Bruce Jenner, and the rest of the...
Daniella Alonso won't be away from NBC for long!
The Revolution star, whose character was killed off in the Season 1 finale, has landed a series regular gig on NBC's new medical drama Night Shift, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Paulo Costanzo, Mark Feuerstein
The family that conspires together stays together?
In this exclusive sneak peek from Wednesday's Royal Pains (9/8c, USA), Hank (Mark Feuerstein) finally tells Evan...
With so many crime dramas on TV, you'd think murder would be a universal language. But FX's The Bridge (Wednesday, 10/9c), an unusually timely and troubling mystery series set on the volatile border between Texas (sleepy El Paso) and Mexico (dangerous, corrupt Juarez), uses grisly symbolism to remind us that not all victims are created equal.
The phantom killer here is driven by a social conscience, taunting police on both sides of the cultural divide: