Hank treats a rookie triathlete who encourages him to try triathlons—and online dating—for himself. Evan and Paige temporarily move into the guesthouse with Hank, and Evan reveals a startling part of his past. Meanwhile Jeremiah gets Divya out of a jam and helps her keep things in perspective when a sensationalized video of her starts to spread.
Hank treats a transgender teenager and learns her life is more complicated than he expected. Evan and Jeremiah host a gala fundraiser for the Center for Rare & Orphan Diseases and Jeremiah makes a major purchase for the lab. Meanwhile Paige and Evan's journey to parenthood takes an unexpected turn, and Divya grows closer to Prince Quami.
Hank goes to Manhattan with Olympia, but their time away together isn't exactly what he expected. Evan fears Boris is keeping a secret from him within the hospital, and a surprise visitor from her past leads Divya to feel overwhelmed by the men in her life. Paige is eager for her home renovations to be finished and is shocked when she discovers the reason for the delay.
Keller calls Hank for help when he suffers an embarrassing medical problem, but Hank believes Keller's new girlfriend may be affecting his health in more ways than one. Divya treats a group of Civil War reenactors who seem to be suffering from a disease more likely to afflict their ancestors. And Evan worries he may be in over his head when he gets roped into a secret project with Boris.
Hank worries a rising tennis star's health may prevent her from taking her career to the next level, while a fellow pro at her club may have fallen ill from an unexpected source. Later Hank and Evan adjust to a startling revelation about Eddie's past. And Evan and Paige reach a new milestone. Elsewhere Jeremiah finds peace in an odd place.
It's Election Day and HankMed treats a thrill-seeking Hamptons reporter (guest star Laura Bell Bundy), who isn't about to let her health interrupt her innovative election coverage. Evan and Paige are shocked when the political mudslinging throws their relationship into question. As Don's (recurring guest star Brad Beyer) condition improves, Hank wonders if Molly's (recurring guest star Alexandra Socha) behavioral problems may be more than simple teenage angst. And Jeremiah comes to a disturbing realization when Shelby (recurring guest star Laura Benanti) starts asking questions about Hank's use of pain medication.
Hank treats a young paleontologist (guest star Pippa Black) who is preparing a fossilized dinosaur skeleton for auction. Russel (recurring guest star Stephen Spinella) suffers an injury that seems scientifically impossible. Meanwhile, Evan and Paige realize they need to take a drastic step to save their marriage, and Divya learns her pregnancy will be even more challenging than she expected. When the future of HankMed is threatened, Hank tries to save it by reexamining his role in the business.
Hank and Divya treat a professional competitive eater, as well as a local amateur, who also happens to be Jill's brother. Guest Stars: Kyle Howard, Anna George, Ajay Mehta, Ben Shankman, Ernie McGillicuddy
When Jill's chess-obsessed nephew gets kicked out of camp for fighting, Hank realizes Luke may be suffering from more than just teenage hormones. Guest Stars: Kyle Howard, Anna George, Ben Shankman, Ernie McGillicuddy, Alexa Vega.
Hank and Divya treat a matchmaker who's intent on setting each of them up. Also, while Evan tries to rein in HankMed 3.0, Paige plans a small kick-off party that turns out to be anything but small. Guest Stars: Henry Winkler, Brooke D'Orsay, Christine Ebersole, Kyle Howard, Anna George, Ben Shenkman, Kat Foster, Judy Greer, Michael B. Silver.
Hank is whisked away to a secret meeting in Manhattan by Boris to help care for a stubborn Russian oligarch, and befriends their female interpreter in the process. Guest Stars: Ajey Mehta, Ben Shenkman, Ina Baron, Mark Ivanir, Ryan Hansen.
While HankMed treats an undercover DEA Agent, Divya and Jeremiah tend to a MMA fighter who may have gone a bit soft. Meanwhile, Hank becomes more involved with Boris' interpreter, much to Boris' chagrin.
With a Polo tournament in full swing in the Hamptons, HankMed's on hand to treat a Polo Team Owner who won't quit playing despite his condition. Also, Divya deals with the realities of dating and Evan frets about an impending meeting of the in-laws.
When a famous pop star comes to the Hamptons to prepare for her new world tour, HankMed must stay on hand to treat her for more than just exhaustion. Meanwhile, Divya becomes distracted when she falls head over heels for a globe-trotting polo player.
Hank cancels his weekend plans after treating an amateur beach volleyball player who he believes may be suffering from more than just a summer bug. Meanwhile, Divya confronts her new boyfriend after a startling discovery.
It's the holidays in the Hamptons! But an impending blizzard may derail Evan and Paige's wedding plans. Also, someone takes a big gamble on the future and a face from Hank's past triggers memories for Hank and Evan.
Hank must confront his own worsening medical condition while treating the girlfriend of a HankMed regular. Also, Hank and Evan's cousin Owen arrives with a secret that throws the groom-to-be into a tail spin.
Ken "Killer" Keller hosts a charity football tournament on his estate and invites Hank to play along. The contest gets fierce as Keller gets injured and Hank must put his competitive nature aside to treat him.
In order to save Eddie's chance at parole, Evan attempts to curry favor with his newfound grandfather at the horse races, but his luck runs out when he and Hank discover the real reason they've never met Ted.
A local magician calls on Hank to help find the cause of his anxiety problems before another trick can go wrong. Meanwhile, Evan books a segment on The Today Show with Matt Lauer only to discover Hank's fear of public speaking. Guest-starring Matt Lauer.
Hank is called to help a fearful asthmatic boy, whose courageous nanny gets mysteriously ill as well. Meanwhile, Paige's secret is inadvertently exposed when a medical emergency requires her to call Hank.
Art collector Eric Kassabian calls on Hank when he can't stay conscious long enough to enjoy a painting he's chased after his enitre career. Meanwhile, Divya tries to balance both HankMed and Hamptons Heritage, unsuccessfully.
Eric Kassabian's life hangs in the balance after a prescription error and an angry Hank blames Dr. Van Dyke. Meanwhile, Paige tosses convention aside and makes Evan an offer he can't refuse. Guest Stars: Kathleen Rose Perkins, Tom Cavanagh, Wilmer Valderrama, Brooke D' Orsay, and Kyle Howard.
When a mysterious illness overcomes the members of an up and coming rock band, Hank and Divya have to work together to find the cause; but Hank struggles with trusting Divya after her near fatal prescription error. Guest Stars: Tom Cavanagh, Brooke D'Orsay
When one calamity after another befalls a stage production, Hank is on hand to administer treatment. But it's Evan who is called on to save the day. Guest Stars: Tom Cavanagh, JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Jake Weber, Sutton Foster, Kyle Howard, Brooke D'Orsay, and Rupak Ginn.
Evan offers to assist Divya with breaking free from her financial burden. Also, Jill's teenage nephew, Luke, calls on HankMed when his boss fails to take care of some troubling symptoms. Guest Stars: Campbell Scott, Paola Turbay, Tom Cavanagh, JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Rupak Ginn, Judith Godreche, Christine Ebersole, Timothee Chalamet, and Kim Shaw.
Hank struggles with the death of a friend. Meanwhile, Evan teams with Boris's cousin, Claudette, on an experimental product that may help a patient. Guest Stars: Molly Sims, Tsai Chin, Campbell Scott, Brooke D'Orsay, Tom Cavanagh, JoAnna, Garcia Swisher, Judith Grodreche.
Hank and Divya treat the heir of a famous inventor whose desire to distance himself from his father puts him in harm's way. Meanwhile, Jill's job at Hamptons Heritage is threatened when her mentor starts proceedings to have her fired. Marcia Gay Harden guest stars.
After having her heart broken, Newberg's stepdaughter lands in the hospital with a condition directly related to her relationship woes. Divya attempts to bring romance into her relationship with Raj. Henry Winkler guest stars.
When the star of a popular film franchise collapses, Hank discovers his patient's illness is caused by the very thing that's made him famous. Meanwhile, Eddie surprises Hank and Evan with the news he's staying in the Hamptons.
Boris flies Hank to another country, where he and another doctor research potentially life saving gene therapies. Back in the Hamptons, Hank's temporary replacement, Dr. Emily Peck, rubs Divya the wrong way.
Hank saves the hand of one of Cuba's dissidents, and works desperately to save Boris when his health quickly fails as a result of Marisa's treatment. Divya continues to clash with Dr. Peck over the way she practices medicine.
Tucker's best friend's behavior causes Tucker to suspect the worst, but Hank realizes a medical condition is to blame. Meanwhile, Divya treats a woman who fears her job as a winemaker is on the line when her symptoms hinder her palate.
Hank finds himself treating his junior high nemesis, forcing him to draw the line between personal and professional agendas. Meanwhile, in order to find out Raj's true colors, Evan throws him a bachelor party.
Hank treats a chatty socialite who disappears before he can diagnose her. Meanwhile, Divya is called to Adam's estate and finds herself surprised at how scared she becomes when his health begins to fail.
Hank is called to "Share House," the set of a reality TV show, when one of the contestants suddenly becomes ill. But when the entire house eventually gets sick, Hank and Divya must find the source of what's ailing everyone.
Hank makes a house call to examine a teenage music prodigy who has overprotective parents. Meanwhile, Evan gets trapped in The General's house and overhears a private conversation between The General and his cronies.
Hank believes his patient has been previously misdiagnosed and is determined to find out what he really has. Meanwhile, Divya and Raj prepare for their upcoming nuptials by taking dance lessons, but wind up as patients.
Meet Dr. Hank Lawson -- young, brilliant, and recently fired from his ER in Brooklyn for all the wrong reasons. Through a twist of fate, he now finds himself the newest "concierge doctor" in the Hamptons. Providing round-the-clock house calls to the community's rich and famous might be lucrative, but it's not without its challenges and frustrations. Along with his social-climbing brother Evan, faithful physician assistant Divya, and the beautiful local hospital administrator Jill, Hank must adapt to this strange new world of privilege and power, while struggling to find a way to do well and do good at the same time.
Hank, Evan, Jill, and Divya attend a retirement party ... for a 27 year-old. The retiree, Tess, a ballerina, is thrilled when Evan expands her culinary horizons by feeding her hot dogs, Slurpees, and other foods she's had to give up to maintain her dancer's physique, but loses consciousness after a few of these junk-food laden meals. Hank discovers she may have a potentially fatal heart condition. Meanwhile, Hank also cares for Jim, a fisherman with Hepatitis C, pro bono. A vulnerable -- and less than sober -- Jill also exposes some of her feelings to Hank after funding for her free clinic falls through.
Hank and Divya are called to the home of a wealthy U.S. senator, whose pushy wife Lilly Everett asks them to perform a discreet "executive physical" on their teenage son Kendrick, who will be Notre Dame's starting quarterback in the fall. Hank gives Kendrick a clean bill of health, but soon Kendrick's vision mysteriously goes blurry, his speech becomes slurred, and he loses consciousness -- and he eventually slips into respiratory arrest. Hank has also been treating, pro bono, a young -- and flat broke -- professional dog-walker, Benny, with a bite on his hand that becomes dangerously infected. Evan, meanwhile, has been busy trying to drum up more female HankMed clients by convincing numerous young women to attend a party the next day at the Shadow Pond grotto, but things don't go as smoothly as planned. Evan's efforts aren't entirely for naught however, as he also helps set up Hank and Jill on their first official date.
When Allison Moore, the owner/head chef of a trendy Hamptons restaurant suffers a stroke, Hank attempts to save her from potential long-term damage, but she goes missing before treatment is administered. Meanwhile, Evan and Divya attempt to define their roles in HankMed. After deciding to take their relationship slowly, Hank and Jill have brunch -- on what would have been Hank's wedding day.
Just as Hank and Jill's relationship is beginning to blossom, he and Evan take a weekend-long assignment -- as doctor and nanny, respectively -- with the wealthy Grant family during a gathering on their technology-free private island. Once there, Hank learns that one of the Grant women is far along in her pregnancy and wants to give birth on the island, despite Hank's reservations. Evan, meanwhile, butts heads with one of the teenage Grant boys, while Jill, back on the mainland, wrestles with hospital politics and her feelings for Hank.
Hank quarantines guests at a "bark mitzvah" after some come down with a serious disease, which causes him and Jill to debate whether or not to call County Health. Meanwhile, Evan makes a startling discovery about Divya's romantic life, while Jill attempts to keep her relationship with Hank out of the public eye.
Hank and Divya treat a Spanish spitfire involved in an accident whose injuries are more serious then they appear. A dream job offer from Boris brings Jill's childhood friend Katie back to the Hamptons, but tempers flare when Hank learns Boris has been keeping a dark secret. And the arrival of Divya's fiancé causes to her to rethink their relationship.
Hank unexpectedly takes on a successful children's book illustrator who has a serious heart condition, causing tension between him and Jill. Meanwhile, Divya treats a newlywed with a hard to diagnosis ailment that takes the fun out of his honeymoon plans.
Hank and Divya attend a lavish equestrian show -- the former as the on-site doctor, the latter as a rider -- where they treat a girl who's fallen off a horse and developed some bizarre symptoms, and whose father Hank believes is hiding something. Divya also treats her own father for a bee sting, and wrestles with whether to come clean about her profession, while the arrival of Jill's ex-husband throws Hank for a loop.
When Hank learns Tucker's father has a substance abuse problem, he suggests a visit to rehab. But Tucker's father prefers to clean up through an Ultra Rapid Detox program, a risky method that Hank objects to. Meanwhile, Evan tries to drum up business with a local nightclub owner -- which leads to a misunderstanding with an employee that Evan and Divya have to clear up. Hank and Jill attempt to contact Boris, who has fled to New York.
While in New York to learn more about Boris' mysterious disease, Hank discovers the Gardner family is attempting to strip him of his medical license. Divya and Evan are faced with a medical emergency on board the yacht of a reclusive millionaire, while Jill tussles with her ex-husband Charlie -- who has returned to work at Hamptons Heritage -- over signing their divorce papers.
"Royal Pains," centers on young doctor Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein - "What Women Want," "In Her Shoes," "Good Morning Miami") who seems to have it all ... thriving career, beautiful girlfriend, and swank NYC apartment. With one fateful and principled decision in the ER, Hank loses it all. Months later, single and blacklisted from the medical community, Hank goes for a weekend in the Hamptons with his brother (Paulo Costanzo - "Joey"). Crashing a party at a mega-mansion on the beach, Hank jumps into action when a guest requires medical attention that only he is able to diagnose. The next morning, Hank is summoned to another mansion - and then another. Hank's career is revived, but in a way he's not exactly happy about, as he becomes a "doctor for hire" to the rich, famous and infamous.
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The doctors of Seattle Grace Hospital deal with life-or-death consequences on a daily basis—it's in one another that they find comfort, friendship and, at times, more than friendship. Together they're discovering that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white. Real life only comes in shades of grey.
Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), devoid of bedside manner and dealing with his own constant physical pain, uses a cane that punctuates his acerbic, brutally honest demeanor. His behavior often borders on antisocial, but House is a brilliant diagnostician whose unconventional thinking and flawless instincts afford him a great deal of respect. An infectious disease specialist, he thrives on the challenge of solving medical puzzles in order to save lives. House shepherds an elite team of experts who help him unravel diagnostic mysteries. He has a confidant and good friend in oncology specialist Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard), and maintains a somewhat volatile and undefined relationship with Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein), the Dean of Medicine and hospital administrator. Though the two are in constant conflict over House's duties and unconventional behavior, even she would admit that his brilliance is worth the trouble.
From the creator of the longest running drama series on television, "Law & Order", comes a powerful series chronicling the life and crimes of the Special Victims Unit of NYPD. Each episode follows the exploits of detectives Elliot Stabler, Olivia Benson, John Munch and Odafin Tutuola as they attempt to solve the city's most complex cases. They diligently follow lead after lead, relentless in their quest for justice and the search for truth.
Every day is a matter of life and death in a hectic New York City hospital, but for Nurse Jackie that's the easiest part. Between chronic back pain that won't quit, and a personal life on the constant edge of collapse, it's going to take a white lie here, a bent rule there, and a handful of secret strategies to relieve the pain, and stay one step ahead of total disaster.
Executive producer Dick Wolf delivers the newest installment of the compelling Chicago franchise, an emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city’s most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. They will tackle unique new cases inspired by topical events, forging fiery relationships in the pulse-pounding pandemonium of the emergency room, and through it all, familiar faces from the Chicago Police and Fire departments will intertwine as this third team of Chicago heroes hits the ground running.
From the creator of Grey's Anatomy comes a story about finding a way to begin the rest of your life. Leaving her heartache behind in Seattle, Dr. Addison Montgomery reunites with her med school friends in sunny Los Angeles and joins the staff at their chic Wellness Center. Get intimate with all the twists and turns of love, medicine, and friendship with a drama that offers you a new start on life.
The Golden Globe-winning drama explores the world of plastic surgery and the extreme lengths one takes in the quest for external beauty. Dylan Walsh and Julian McMahon star as very different plastic surgeons, who, though business partners and best friends, share a love for the same woman (Joely Richardson).
Psych stars James Roday as Shawn Spencer, a police consultant who solves crimes with powers of observation so acute that the police think he's psychic - or so he lets them believe. Also stars Dulé Hill as Shawn's best friend and reluctant accomplice, and Corbin Bernsen as Shawn's disapproving father, who ironically was the one who honed his son's "observation" skills as a child. Also featured are Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson and Kirsten Nelson.
Based on the real life and achievements of Dr. Kathy Magliato, this unique character-driven medical drama follows Dr. Alex Panttiere (Melissa George), an outspoken, world-renowned heart-transplant surgeon, one of the few women in her field. Stubborn and fearless, Alex always operates on her own terms. She revels in a racy personal life that's a full time job in itself, manages the daily demands of skeptical faculty and dutiful interns, and pushes the boundaries of medical science to impressive new heights.
Fairly Legal follows Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi) a San Francisco litigator who, frustrated with the bureaucracy and injustice she sees in her job, decides to become a mediator. Leaving her practice behind after realizing that truth and justice are not always found in the courtroom, Kate learns that her new line of work is not any less challenging. This series comes from executive producers Michael Sardo and Steve Stark, and also stars Michael Trucco and Virginia Williams.
Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale, Rescue Me) is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all - a lucrative career, confident charm and the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. Every night at the same hour, something inside Jason changes, leaving him almost unrecognizable - seductive, devious, borderline sociopathic. This new man is his dangerous alternate personality who goes by the name of 'Ian Price'. For years, as he's battled Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), Jason has been able to keep Ian in check with a powerful experimental sedative. But now his - their - body has developed a resistance to the serum, setting Ian free once again. And to make matters worse, after being suppressed for so long, Ian's hell-bent on taking revenge on his oppressor. Hell hath no fury like an alter scorned.
An ensemble medical show about a group of ex-Army doctors who work the night shift at a hospital and do whatever it takes to help their patients. Using battlefield-tested medical skills, doctors clash with hospital bureaucrats who are more worried about the bottom line than the lives of their patients.
Pure Genius is a cutting-edge medical drama about a young Silicon Valley tech titan who enlists an exceptional veteran surgeon with a controversial past to run a state-of-the-art hospital with an ultramodern approach to medicine.
Necessary Roughness centers on Dr. Dani Santino (Callie Thorne) a Long Island psychotherapist whose personal life unravels when she finds her husband cheating. Diving fully into her work, she takes on the challenge of rehabbing a bad boy professional football player (Mehcad Brooks) whose off-the-field antics threaten his career and the team franchise. Underestimated at every turn, she succeeds beyond expectations and soon finds herself as the most sought-after therapist for high-profile clients. Athletes, entertainers, politicians and others living in the spotlight clamor for her unique brand of tough love therapy during their moments of crisis. Although her career is reenergized, it wreaks havoc on her life as a newly minted single mom of two teenagers. Recognizing her ability to change people's lives, she's determined to strike a balance between both worlds. The series also stars Marc Blucas and Scott Cohen.
WHITE COLLAR is a drama about the unlikely partnership of a con artist and an FBI agent. The world's most creative con man escapes a maximum-security prison by walking out the front door. The FBI tracks him down, but instead of returning him to jail, they decide to use his cunning criminal expertise to assist the Feds in catching other notorious and elusive criminals.