The announcement was made Tuesday by Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel, the cable network's co-presidents.
"All three of these series have found ways to stay creatively fresh and culturally relevant," McCumber and Wachtel said in a statement. "In an increasingly competitive landscape, these series got new season pickups the old-fashioned way -- they earned it."
"Royal Pains" received a 26-episode pickup across two additional seasons, with Season 5 of the Universal Cable Productions series commencing in New York in 2013. It is about a disgraced New York City physician, played by Mark Feuerstein, who reinvents himself as the Hamptons' hot new doctor-on-demand to the rich and famous.
"White Collar" from Fox Television Studios, which films in and around New York City, received a 16-episode pickup for Season 5, to begin shooting next year. Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay headline the show about a charming con artist and straightforward FBI agent who team up to capture elusive white-collar criminals.
The Toronto-based CIA thriller "Covert Affairs" from Universal Cable Productions received a 16-episode pickup for Season 4. It stars Piper Perabo, Christopher Gorham, Kari Matchett and Peter Gallagher.
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