Season three of Royal Pains [USA, Wednesdays, 9/8C] returns, this week, with an episode called Traffic – appropriate not just for a traffic accident and a diagnosis that involves a woman who was stuck in traffic for five hours, but also for the ongoing events in the lives of the show’s main characters.
With the June 3rd second season premiere of Royal Pains [USA, Thursdays, 10/9C] fast approaching, series Creator/Executive Producer Andrew Lenchewski and Executive Producer Michael Rauch took part in a teleconference Q&A session to discuss the new season.
Last Friday I had the opportunity to take part in a teleconferenced Q&A session with Andrew Lenchewski, creator, and Michael Rauch, showrunner of the new USA series, Royal Pains, which premieres on Thursday, June 4th at 10/9C, following Burn Notice. The series follows Dr, Hank Larson [Mark Feuerstein] as he deals with being fired for doing the right thing and winding up as a concierge doctor to the wealthy and eccentric of The Hamptons.
Joining me in the session were: Beth Ann Henderson, Bags Hooper, Christine Nyholm, Laura Tucker, Sarah Fulghum, Kendra white, Amy Steele, Reg Seeton, Sarah Coughlin and Liz Woolf [no affiliations were given]. Also, series star Mark Feuerstein popped in for about two minutes in the middle…