In addition to Evan and Paige's nuptials, the two-hour movie event will show Hank's first love in flashbacks.
During its upcoming winter hiatus, "Royal Pains" will have its two-hour movie aired in December. The special event will focus on Evan and Paige's wedding, which takes place a few months after the September 19 summer finale. A toast, a celebration and a kiss are some of the scenes shared in a newly-released promo.
Titled "Off-Season Greetings", the telepic is slated to air Sunday, December 16 at 9 P.M. on USA Network. It will show the Hamptons in the winter for the first time, and take a look back at the days before Hank and Evan moved to the East Coast and before HankMed was founded.
The two-hour event will also feature the return of Jill Casey from Africa and introduce Hank's first love in flashbacks. Before Evan and Paige walk down the aisle, they throw bachelor and bachelorette parties that end up in Las Vegas and face an unexpected snowstorm. Hank, meanwhile, deals with his own medical problems.
It won't be the first time USA airs a telepic based on its TV series. Back in April 2011, it aired a "Burn Notice" prequel movie titled "The Fall of Sam Axe" which centers on Sam's days in the Navy SEALs leading up to him going to Miami.