Recently, Executive Producers Michael Rauch & Andrew Lenchewski and star Mark Feuerstein from USA’s Royal Pains spoke to the press about the upcoming episodes, what is in store for the future, and more.
Mark Feuerstein stars as Hank Lawson, who, after becoming blacklisted from the medical community, revives his career as a “doctor for hire” to the rich and famous in the Hamptons. In addition to treating this select group of the East End elite, Hank also caters to the towns less fortunate by donating his time at the local clinic. The series also stars Paulo Constanzo, Reshma Shetty and Jill Flint.
Read on to see what great stuff they had to say!
On father Eddie’s heart attack, the effect on his sons, & whether or not it will change him
Michael Rauch: Well, the second part of the question first. I think that we’re not so sure if [their] father will change or not, and that’s part of what we’re dealing with in these back six episodes. Seeing the effects, not just physically, but what happens to Eddie. To be in the presence of his sons, if this can help change him. That becomes a big part of these six episodes.
I think it’s a very sobering thing, especially for Hank. Evan, as was played in the 12 episodes of the summer, was more immediately forgiving than Hank was and a big part of Hank’s arc was could he get to a place of either forgiveness or acceptance? I think when you come face-to-face with the thought of losing a parent, no matter what your relationship is with them, it forces you to reassess things and reevaluate them and see if you need to change your perception of who they are and what you want the relationship to be.
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