I have become a Netflix “series” addict, I pick one that sounds interesting, watch a few episodes and it either has me hooked or not. Once I am hooked, I watch it on the computer, my phone, my tablet, anywhere I can where ever I can until it’s over. Like a junkie when the thrill of it is over I am in search of a new high, the next series that will give me my fix. How many seasons are there, how many episodes per season? This can also be found on the USA Network for those who don’t have Netflix.
Royal Pains may only have four seasons, which I must say makes me a bit sad because I do love this one, but it is packed with enjoyment from one episode to the next.
What a great job to have, can you imagine not only being a doctor, but shedding the day to day routine inside the hospital walls, but taking on having multiple offices with those being the rich and sometimes famous residence that live in the Hampton’s.
I think most everyone has heard of the Hampton’s a reference commonly made in the media, reflected in the movies, a place we all might secretly yearn to live a life of ease and excess will may yearn for, I know I wouldn’t mind giving it a try for the summer.
AT one point I had to admit to myself that the chance of this doctor having just what he needs during an emergency or the ability to make it from various items around him seems a bit far fetched. With this being said I went with the flow since I have no idea if this stuff is true or not and I am not about to spend my time online checking to see if it is.
Once you get past that and it is a bit entertaining, you’ll enjoy each episode with anticipation of who will be in need of the doctors help next.
Whether it’s the residence and whatever drama is going on in their lives or the doctor and his family and co-workers and the drama within this type of business you will be far from bored and will even laugh out loud at times.
I am on season 3 episode 14 and I am already dreading that I only have one more season to go. This is not a heavy drama, although it has its serious moments but a fun and uplifting series you just might find you enjoy and before you know it you will be watching it where ever and when ever you can until it’s over.
Barbara Stull, Creating new possibilities through writing!