Summer's a big season for USA and this one is no exception. In addition to scheduling the return dates for Royal Pains, Suits and Graceland, the cable network has released two trailers and premiere dates for their newest hour-longs, Rush and Satisfaction, both of which are slated to debut Thursday, July 17. Watch the trailer for Rush above!
USA’s Royal Pains and Necessary Roughness returned to the schedule last night and sort-of crushed on basic cable, pulling in the best viewership for original cable content during primetime. That might sound pretty good, but unfortunately both shows were down in viewership during their premieres last night, despite some interesting guest stars.
Among the series slated to return at USA this summer is Royal Pains, which debuts its fifth season in June. It appears the drama, which centers on a doctor who treats wealthy clientele out in the Hamptons during the summer, has tapped into NBC's pool of talented actors for its guest stars, as Community's Danny Pudi and Grimm's Claire Coffee are both set to appear in the series in Season 5.
USA’s Royal Pains is bringing in an American Horror Story star for a guest arc in Season 5 along with a number of other guest stars. Frances Conroy will come in to do a multiple-episode arc. Meanwhile, they’ve upped Ben Shenkman, who plays Dr. Jeremiah Sancani, to a regular role on the series, which started production on the new season just last week after being renewed back in September.
Three of USA’s top summer series have been given their renewal orders today. Returning next summer for your viewing pleasure are White Collar, Royal Pains, and Covert Affairs. Royal Pains is the big winner with a vote of confidence from the network in the form of a 26-episode two-season order that will bring the drama up to 6 seasons.
USA knows how to do summer right for television. Over the last few years, the network has slowly but steadily built up a solid collection of original series, which almost makes us forget to miss Monk. The network released the premiere dates for new and returning summer series. Check them out ahead to see when your favorites are coming back!
As some of USA’s best original programming airs during the summer, it’s likely that there are plenty of people waiting to know when shows like Burn Notice and White Collar will return. Well, wait no further. USA’s 2011 Summer schedule is up and we have it here. It includes news series Suits and Necessary Roughness, both of which sound like winners.
If you’re a fan of USA’s shows, we have some updates on the fate of Psych, Burn Notice, Royal Pains, White Collar and the new series Facing Kate.
Marking a departure from episodes past, the action shifted surprisingly to Cuba this week. It was a surprise for both the audience and the brothers Lawson. But the surprises would keep coming
USA announced the premiere date for the return of their crime-drama series White Collar as well as the series premiere for Covert Affairs, which stars Piper Perabo.
USA's Royal Pains is adding a bit of Oscar royalty this season. Starting with the first episode, multi-award winner Marcia Gay Harden is joining the cast for a multi-episode arc.
I've already brought you parts one and two of my set visit, but I've got one more set of interviews to bring you, with Jill Flint and series co-executive producer Jace Alexander
This article, the second part of my account of my visit to the Royal Pains set, is going to end with an interview with one of the show's stars, Paulo Costanzo. The interview that I and a group of journalists did with him was so loud, stream-of-consciousness weird and hilarious, that I really pity the poor person who transcribed it for me
When I learned I'd be visiting the set of USA's new summer show Royal Pains, I was thrilled, with images of chic Hamptons boutiques and wide, sandy beaches racing through my mind. Check out our interview with the show's star, Mark Feuerstein, as well as a few photos from the guest house set
Before sitting down to watch the premiere episode of USA’s latest character driven summer show, Royal Pains, I was expecting something light and fun.