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Dive Into Medical Drama And Hamptons Glitz: Here's How To Watch All Of 'Royal Pains'

"Royal Pains," which ran for eight seasons on USA Network, is the perfect show to binge watch.

By USA Insider Staff
Brooke D'Orsay as Paige Collins, Paulo Costanzo as Evan Lawson, Mark Feuerstein as Dr. Hank Lawson, Reshma Shetty as Divya Katdare

Do medical shows fascinate you? Are you intrigued by the world of wealth in the Hamptons? Or do you just enjoy watching television with laugh-out-loud moments and lovable characters you can root for? Well, if you answered yes to any of those questions, "Royal Pains" might be the perfect show for you to bing now.

"Royal Pains" is a USA Network series that ran from 2009 to 2016. Throughout the series' eight seasons, Dr. Henry "Hank" Lawson (Mark Feuerstein" became adjusted to his role as a "concierge doctor" for the wealthy residents of the Hamptons. Hank was once an emergency room doctor, but after he was wrongly blamed for the death of a patient, he found himself jobless and exiled to the Hamptons. It was there he became an on-call doctor for the rich and influential members of the community — although he also makes it a point to really help those in need. Luxurious details, fascinating medical mishaps, and deep friendships abound in this show, which is the definition of a comfort watch.

For those who want to make “Royal Pains” their next binge-watch, you’re in luck. The entire series is available to stream for anyone who has a subscription to Peacock. In addition, those who subscribe to Amazon Prime Video can also watch all eight seasons in their entirety on-demand. However, if you don’t have a subscription to either of those services but still want to watch “Royal Pains,” you’ve still got options. 

The show is available to buy on YouTube, Google Play, AppleTV, and Vudu either per episode or per season. 

So, get ready to enter soak up the drama of the luxe world of the Hamptons: It's time to binge watch the USA Network series "Royal Pains."

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