There is no doubt that television has changed in the eight seasons Royal Pains has been on the air.
Since it's one of the last truly inspiring shows on television with characters you'd really like to know, we talked not only about how Hank and Evan's relationship changed over the course of the series, but what it means that we're losing Royal Pains at a time when darkness is so prevalent on TV.
Take a few minutes and say goodbye to creator Andrew Lenchewski, executive producer Michael Rauch and stars Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo, Reshma Shetty, Ben Shenkman and Henry Winkler when you watch the videos below.
Then watch the Royal Pains Season 8 Episode 8 tonight and be back here at TV Fanatic for one final review!
Paulo Costanzo and Mark Feuerstein talk about playing Evan R. Lawson and Hank Lawson over 8 seasons and how their relationship grew as characters and friends.
Royal Pains was a series about well-meaning characters families could watch together. Mark Feuerstein chats about it.
Television shows are invited into your home. There is a need for both "blue skies" shows like Royal Pains and the darker shows that are being favored now.
Series creator Andrew Lenchewski says Royal Pains was never a water cooler show, nor was it mean to be. It's a living room show.
Michael Rauch speaks for the group when he gives his thoughts on what they hope viewers will take away after watching the Royal Pains finale.
This is how you do it at the ATX Festival. A toast to eight great seasons of Royal Pains after a wonderful and fun chat with the cast, creator and executive producer!