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Royal Pains, Season 3HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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Summer favorite Royal Pains returns for a third season with Mark Feuerstein starring as Dr. Hank Lawson, the go to "doctor for hire" in The Hamptons. The series also stars Paulo Costanzo, Reshma Shetty and Jill Flint, with television royalty Henry Winkler, Christine Ebersol, Brooke D'Orsay and Rupak Ginn recur on the series. Hank, along with his team - his brother and CEO of Hank Med, Evan (Costanzo), his physician's assistant, Divya (Shetty) and the head of administration at the local hospital, Jill (Flint) - treat a variety of fascinating patients in unusual situations, for which only the pretentious Hamptons could provide the backdrop.

Customer Reviews

happy customer

thank you, iTunes, for getting this season up so fast.
I figured if the new season didn't pop up today, it never would, as has happened with so many of the other shows this year.
this is a great summertime series; It's nice to have a light medical-mystery comedy-drama to break through the clouds of gloomy, heavier, Law & Order-type shows- especially for someone who watches, almost exclusively, crime/mystery television.

Great Show

I really enjoy this show but for very one of the last seasons it has stopped in the middle of it with no warning and in the climax of a plot. If this season stays consistent I'll become a more avid viewer!

Great show, but...

I wish that one could know a little earlier that a show, or season pass, is going to be available. Do I wait nervously, TV off, or sit through sixteen minutes of commercials? Inquiring minds want to know--before the opener has passed us by.

Great show.