Royal Pains Season 8 To Be Its Last, Premiere Date Set

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It's tine to shutter the doors on the awesome Hamptons estate.

USA Network confirmed Royal Pains Season 8 will be the last. The eight-episode final season will begin Wednesday, May 18th at 10/9c.

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“Under the direction of talented showrunners Michael Rauch and Andrew Lenchewski, our entire ensemble cast led by Mark Feuerstein, and amazing crew, Royal Pains took viewers on a remarkable, unforgettable journey for eight wonderful seasons,” NBCUniversal Entertainment Networks president Chris McCumber said.

“While summer in the Hamptons may never be the same, this last season promises to be an epic ride.”

Creator and executive producer Andrew Lenchewski and executive producer Michael Rauch issued a joint statement in which they said the following: 

"It's with great sadness, but even greater thankfulness, that we prepare for our final summer sunsets as Royal Pains comes to an end. We couldn't have imagined a more talented and dedicated writers' room, cast, or crew, and we couldn't have asked for better partners than USA Network and Universal Cable Productions.” 

“We want to thank Bonnie Hammer, Chris McCumber, Jeff Wachtel and every other member of our network and studio family for tirelessly supporting us over eight magical seasons, and more importantly, for giving us the opportunity to complete this series on our own terms. We'll always have The Hamptons."

Mark Feuerstein has already claimed his next role. He'll be playing Sarah Wayne Callies husband on the Prison Break revival. 

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