The Resident (TV series)
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||14 (list of episodes)|
|Production location(s)||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Running time||43 minutes|
|Original release||January 21, 2018– present|
The Resident is an American medical drama television series aired by Fox Broadcasting Company that premiered on January 21, 2018, as a mid-season replacement entry in the 2017–18 television season. The fictional series focuses on the lives and duties of staff members at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital, while delving into the bureaucratic practices of the hospital industry.
The show was purchased by Fox from Showtime in 2017. It was created by Amy Holden Jones, Hayley Schore, and Roshan Sethi. On May 10, 2017, Fox ordered a full 14-episode season and renewed the series for a second season on May 7, 2018. The first season officially concluded on May 14, 2018. During the 2017–2018 United States television season, the series ranked #41 and averaged 7.02 million viewers. The second season is set to premiere on September 24, 2018.
- 1 Premise
- 2 Cast and characters
- 3 Episodes
- 4 Production
- 5 Broadcast, streaming, and home video release
- 6 Reception
- 7 References
- 8 External links
The series revolves around the lives and actions of staff members at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital located in Atlanta, Georgia, primarily those of third-year resident internist, Conrad Hawkins; first-year medical intern, Devon Pravesh, who is assigned to Hawkins; as well as Nicolette "Nic" Nevin, a nurse practitioner and Hawkins' love interest. Exploring the inner workings of the characters' duties in emergency and hospital medicine, medical malpractice and deliberate violations of medical ethics are also examined, as well as the bureaucracy of the health care industry.
Cast and characters
- Matt Czuchry as Conrad Hawkins: a senior resident internist at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Emily VanCamp as Nicolette "Nic" Nevin: a nurse practitioner at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Manish Dayal as Devon Pravesh: a first-year resident internist at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Shaunette Renée Wilson as Mina Okafor: a surgical resident at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Bruce Greenwood as Randolph Bell: chief of surgery, later CEO, at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Moran Atias as Renata Morali (season 1): head of publicity at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Merrin Dungey as Claire Thorpe (season 1): former CEO at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Melina Kanakaredes as Lane Hunter (season 1): an oncologist at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital. She also owns her own clinics.
- Malcolm-Jamal Warner as AJ "The Raptor" Austin (season 2, recurring season 1): a cardiothoracic surgeon who joins Chastain Park Memorial Hospital at Bell's and Okafor's urging.
- Glenn Morshower as Marshall Winthrop (season 2; recurring season 1): Conrad's estranged father and chairman of the board at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Jane Leeves as Kitt Voss (season 2): an orthopaedic surgeon.
- Tasie Lawrence as Priya Nair: a reporter and Devon's fiancée.
- Violett Beane as Lily Kendall (season 1): one of Lane's chemotherapy patients.
- Warren Christie as Jude Silva: a trauma surgeon.
- Tasso Feldman as Irving Feldman: an ER doctor.
- Jocko Sims as Ben Wilmot: an attending doctor.
- Patrick R. Walker as Micah Stevens: a teacher who is a repeat patient of Conrad's and Mina's romantic interest.
- Steven Reddington as Bradley Jenkins: a former surgical doctor at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Catherine Dyer as Alexis Stevens: head nurse at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
- Jenna Dewan as Julian Lynn (season 2)
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||14||January 21, 2018||May 14, 2018|
|2||TBA||September 24, 2018||TBA|
Season 1 (2018)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"Pilot"||Phillip Noyce||Amy Holden Jones & Hayley Schore & Roshan Sethi||January 21, 2018||1LAP01||8.65|
|Randolph Bell, Chief of Surgery at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital, performs an appendectomy on a patient when an accident involving a tremor in his left hand leads to a severed artery. The patient bleeds out and the incident is covered up by the surgical team. Due to Randolph's high complication rate, his nickname is "HODAD"—Hands of Death and Destruction. Devon Pravesh reports for his first day as a resident intern; he is assigned to third-year resident Conrad Hawkins, who comes off as "impossible" to work with. Conrad and nurse practitioner Nic Nevin share a private moment in an on-call room, hinting at a romantic relationship. Lily Kendall, a recurrent leukemia patient who is beloved by the hospital staff, is admitted for an infection. A combative woman with endocarditis enters the ER and loses consciousness, giving Devon a chance to run his first code. During a live stream of a surgery in which Randolph operates using the Titian—an advanced robotic surgical tool—Conrad discovers that surgical resident Mina Okafor is actually performing the procedure, unbeknownst to the audience.|
|2||2||"Independence Day"||Phillip Noyce||Amy Holden Jones||January 22, 2018||1LAP02||4.70|
|Micah, a 28-year-old schoolteacher with a history of heart disease, collapses in his classroom as Conrad speaks to the students about his journey of becoming a doctor. He is taken to the hospital in need of a heart transplant. During a hunting accident with Randolph and Lane Hunter, Head of Oncology at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital, a congressman collapses due to heart complications and misfires his weapon, shooting one of the hospital's lobbyists. The congressman also needs a heart transplant which causes a confliction when a donor heart becomes available. A short-staffed ER forces Conrad to leave Devon to run the ER alone in what Conrad calls "Independence Day"; Devon quickly becomes overwhelmed with his duties. Lane discharges Lily despite concerns from Devon and Nic.|
|3||3||"Comrades in Arms"||Rob Corn||Andrew Chapman||January 29, 2018||1LAP03||4.75|
|A billing consultant is contracted to train staff on how to "upcode" procedures so the hospital can bill higher amounts; her presence causes friction between her and some of the staff. Randolph asks a colleague for advice on a hypothetical patient with a hand tremor; benzodiazepines are suggested as a last resort as the negative side effects can include aggression and cognitive impairment. Medical transport worker, Louisa Rodriguez, collapses from severe back pain and is diagnosed with a retroperitoneal sarcoma. It is found that she is uninsured and an undocumented immigrant, compelling Conrad and Devon to disobey hospital administration and find a surgical team willing to operate. Louisa's procedure is successful, but her rehab will cost the hospital $2 million. Jude Silva—an attending surgeon who previously worked alongside Conrad in the Marine Corps—conveys his frustrations to Conrad about the bureaucracy of medicine and tries to convince Conrad to re-enlist in the military with him.|
|4||4||"Identity Crisis"||Bill D'Elia||Elizabeth J.B. Klaviter||February 5, 2018||1LAP04||4.87|
|When the ER budget is cut to cover the costs of Louisa's surgery, the department becomes understaffed and senior nurse Ellen Hundley is let go. Her replacement, an inexperienced nurse, erroneously triages a patient during a mass-casualty incident. The patient dies from a subdural hematoma and is misidentified, resulting in Conrad notifying the wrong family of their son's death. A woman is admitted to the hospital for what she believes are gallstones; she is diagnosed with gallbladder cancer and needs to undergo a risky and experimental operation. Mina is benched for the day when she attempts to directly assist attending surgeon Jen Kays during an operation. Randolph enjoys the benefits of the benzodiazepines he's been taking to relieve his hand tremors. Nic experiences trouble retrieving Lily's medical file from Lane's chemotherapy clinic and goes directly to the clinic where she notices a treatment room that seems overcrowded with patients.|
|5||5||"None the Wiser"||James Roday||Todd Harthan & Tianna Majumdar-Langham & Chris Bessounian||February 26, 2018||1LAP05||3.86|
|Randolph starts experiencing negative side effects from the benzodiazepines he's been taking. Three patients are admitted to the hospital: Ed needs an atrophied testicle removed; Christine needs surgery for an abdominal aortic aneurysm; and York requires a procedure to remove a foreign object from his colon. All three surgeries are scheduled concurrently with Randolph performing the procedures and Mina assisting. During York's operation, Bradley—a surgeon just completing a 30-hour shift—faints, setting off a series of events and Mina is subsequently subject to a morbidity and mortality conference to address an accident that occurred during one of the procedures. Nic confides in Conrad about her suspicions of Lane's treatment protocols and encourages Lily to seek a second opinion, prompting Lane to ban Nic from treating any of her patients. Marshall Winthrop—an investor looking to grant financial assistance to the hospital—is revealed to be Conrad's father.|
|6||6||"No Matter the Cost"||David Rodriguez||Nkechi Okoro Carroll||March 5, 2018||1LAP06||4.08|
|Nic informs Devon she believes Lane is committing insurance fraud by overtreating her patients; Devon resists the accusation. Lily is scheduled for a bone marrow transplant, but her blood tests reveal she is in acute renal failure and the transplant would kill her, convincing Devon of Nic's suspicions. An ER patient, Nigel, comes in for an injured ankle and tells Conrad he has been suffering from chronic digestive pain of unknown origin that has negatively impacted his quality of life for 10 years. Exhausted from countless tests with no results, he gives Conrad 24 hours to find the cause. Randolph stops taking the benzodiazepines and learns that brain surgery is his only other option to cure his hand tremor. Nic reveals to Mina that her sister is a recovering addict and discovers that Mina has been treating underprivileged people out of her apartment. Marshall meets with Conrad to inform him that he plans to open a small, private hospital and he wishes for Conrad to manage it.|
|7||7||"The Elopement"||Rob Corn||Kevin Falls||March 12, 2018||1LAP07||3.80|
|In a board meeting, Claire discusses repair of the hospital's reputation after she announces they have fallen out of the "Top 50 Hospitals" in the U.S. News & World Report. An arrogant baseball pitcher suffering from deep vein thrombosis is brought in by concierge physician, Spalding Massero, and is admitted to the hospital's V.I.P. wing. After sexually harassing Nic, Conrad confronts him. Randolph's hand tremor returns and he approaches Mina to assist him in his surgeries. Darryl, a 70-year-old man with stage IV lung cancer, is given an extremely poor prognosis, but refuses treatment so he can spend more time with his wife. Conrad vouches for Darryl's wishes but Lane overrides him, making Conrad suspicious. He agrees to investigate Lane’s practices with Devon and Nic. To circumvent the issues they encounter in gaining access to Lane's clinical files, Devon intentionally piques the interest of his journalist fiancée, Priya.|
|8||8||"Family Affair"||Thomas Carter||Story by : Kevin Falls |
Teleplay by : Nkechi Okoro Carroll & Zachary Lutsky
|March 19, 2018||1LAP12||4.22|
|A homeless woman wanders into a charity event being held at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital; she appears to be in a state of psychosis. It is discovered that she was illegally dropped off by another hospital and is the daughter of a wealthy and prominent family in Savannah, Georgia. Conrad and Nic disagree with her original diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia and must race against the clock to accurately diagnose her before she is taken to a psychiatric facility. Devon's parents visit him and Priya to discuss details of their upcoming wedding. Devon's families are in different classes within the Indian caste system, causing tension between Devon and his father. ER doctor Irving Feldman teams up with Devon to treat a male escort who ran through a glass door. Micah comes in for a check-up and displays a romantic interest in Mina.|
|9||9||"Lost Love"||Bronwen Hughes||Amy Holden Jones||March 26, 2018||1LAP08||4.21|
|Conrad's ex-fiancée enters the ER experiencing abdominal pain. Nic is unaware that Conrad was previously engaged and questions how well she really knows him. Claire informs Randolph that she will be terminating the employment of physicians with a high complication rate and that she has installed audio recording devices on every camera in each OR. Worried that her treatment is killing her, Lily asks Nic for a referral to seek a second opinion. After being admitted for an adverse reaction to her chemotherapy, Lane discovers that Lily has sought a second opinion and that Nic provided the referral. She orders Nic to administer a high dose of potassium to Lily over the course of 8 hours. Lane is seen entering Lily's room after Nic leaves for the evening; Lily goes into cardiac arrest shortly after and dies despite Conrad's desperate efforts to revive her.|
|10||10||"Haunted"||David Crabtree||Andrew Chapman||April 16, 2018||1LAP09||4.30|
|Distracted by the thoughts of Lily's death, Conrad collides into a bicyclist while jogging, injuring his ankle. Claire announces that an autopsy of Lily's body will be performed to determine the cause of death; Lane is questionably open and encouraging of the procedure. Neurosurgeon Dr. Eileen Jacoby—one of Conrad's medical school professors and Mina's idol—is admitted to the hospital because she is seeing the ghosts of patients she had lost. The second richest man in China is admitted to the V.I.P. wing to have a tumor excised. Complications occur after Randolph completes the surgery and Jude performs an emergency operation. After accusing Randolph of malpractice, his privileges at the hospital are suspended, prompting him to leave the hospital permanently. Lane flirts with Randolph and suggests that a doctor needs to replace Claire as the hospital's CEO. After spending a night with Nic, Conrad lies awake, haunted by the ghost of Lily.|
|11||11||"And the Nurses Get Screwed"||Liz Allen||Elizabeth J.B. Klaviter & Peter Chen||April 23, 2018||1LAP10||3.96|
|During an operation performed by Randolph, a spark from a cautery tool causes a fire and the patient is left badly burned. An investigation is held by the hospital's risk management department after Lily's parents sue the facility for wrongful death. Lane is interviewed, pinning the blame on Nic, who is informed that Lily died from a potassium overdose. Conrad, Devon, and Nic begin looking for errors in Lane's other patients. While working the ER with Irving, Devon encounters a patient with cyberchondria. Claire calls an emergency board meeting to discuss the fire in the OR in conjunction with Randolph's complication rate. The tables are turned on Claire when Randolph, Lane, and a skilled anesthesiologist accuse her of trying to save money over patient safety. Claire is fired and Randolph is declared the hospital's new CEO. Nic is fired by Randolph after officially being declared liable for Lily's death.|
|12||12||"Rude Awakenings and the Raptor"||James Roday||Michael Notarile||April 30, 2018||1LAP11||3.91|
|After finishing a 30-hour shift, surgical resident Bradley falls through the glass ceiling of a conference room. Randolph deduces that it's a suicide attempt, but Conrad and Devon disagree and start searching for medical proof. Randolph orders Mina to give a tour of the facilities to a talented but extremely arrogant cardiothoracic surgeon, AJ Austin, in hopes of recruiting him to the hospital's staff. Nic confronts Lane in a coffee shop and informs her that she is aware of Lane's history in Nashville where she practiced under her married name, Lane Derzius. In her search for the truth, Nic meets with a former colleague of Lane's, who confirms her suspicions. She returns home to find a strange man at her doorstep; he proceeds to intimidate her in efforts to dissuade her from investigating Lane any further.|
|13||13||"Run, Doctor, Run"||James Roday||Todd Harthan & Tianna Majumdar-Langham & Chris Bessounian||May 7, 2018||1LAP13||4.01|
|A woman is admitted to the hospital for a severe headache that is causing hallucinations. Being uninsured, Conrad and Devon must diagnose and treat her before Randolph finds out and discharges her. Nic finds a way to solve her problem involving the man who has continued to stalk and intimidate her. A former patient brings his mother into the hospital, who ends up needing an "awake" surgery performed by AJ and Mina. Nic finds her sister, Jessie, on the floor of her home, suffering from an OxyContin overdose; she administers Narcan and takes Jessie to the hospital. A peer from Nic's nursing school—who works at Lane's clinic—agrees to give Nic medical files to help her investigate Lane. Nic realizes she has been set up after she enters the building in the middle of the night and the police arrive. She calls Conrad from jail and asks him to take her sister to a rehab facility.|
|14||14||"Total Eclipse of the Heart"||Rob Corn||Amy Holden Jones & Andrew Chapman||May 14, 2018||1LAP14||4.29|
|After spending the night at Mina's apartment, Micah begins having heart troubles and is readmitted to the hospital. A repeat hypochondriac returns to the ER, informing Devon that Lane has diagnosed her with lymphoma; her test results reveal that she has no cancer markers. Conrad's father posts bail for Nic and she is released. Conrad and Devon update Nic on Lane's doing and they contact the FBI. The three inform Randolph of their actions and he is forced to relieve Lane of all her patients and hospital privileges. He notifies her that the FBI have been contacted and offers to help her forge and burn documents. As she leaves her clinic with incriminating files, she is met by Randolph and the FBI, and is arrested. Nic is subsequently rehired and Conrad's father becomes the chairman of the board at the hospital, essentially becoming Randolph's superior.|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date ||Prod.|
|15||1||"00:42:30"||TBA||TBA||September 24, 2018||2ALP01||TBD|
|16||2||"The Prince & The Pauper"||TBA||TBA||October 1, 2018||2ALP02||TBD|
|17||3||"Three Words"||TBA||TBA||October 8, 2018||2ALP03||TBD|
—Showtime about early development of the series.
On August 5, 2016, it was announced that Showtime was developing a new original series, known as The City, pitched by executive producer, Antoine Fuqua. It was also announced that Amy Holden Jones would produce the series and co-write the pilot episode along with Hayley Schore and Roshan Sethi. The series, however, was never produced and on January 20, 2017, it was reported that Fox purchased the series from Showtime and ordered a pilot episode under the name, The Resident. On May 10, 2017, the series received a full season order of 14 episodes. Phillip Noyce, an executive producer for the series, directed the first two episodes of the season after signing a multi-year deal with 20th Century Fox Television. On May 7, 2018, Fox renewed the series for a second season and pre-production began on June 8, 2018. On July 10, 2018 it was reported by Holden Jones that the second season would consist of twenty-two episodes.
On February 21, 2017, Manish Dayal and Bruce Greenwood were the first to be cast in the series for the roles of Devon Pravesh and Soloman Bell, respectively. Greenwood's character name was later changed to Randolph Bell. Matt Czuchry, Emily VanCamp, and Melina Kanakaredes were later announced to be starring in the series as well. Moran Atias was also cast for the role of Renta Thorpe, CEO at Chastain Park, which was originally portrayed by Valerie Cruz in the pilot. However, when Merrin Dungey joined the cast, the producers saw Atias as a better fit for the role of the hospital's head of marketing. Dungey replaced her as the CEO and the character's name was changed to Claire Thorpe.
As the season developed, it was announced that Violett Beane was set to recur in the series, and on April 30, 2018, it was reported that Malcolm-Jamal Warner would have a major recurring role in the final three episodes of the season.
On June 18, 2018 it was announced that Warner and other recurring cast member, Glenn Morshower would be promoted to series regulars for the second season. The following day, it was announced that Moran Atias, Merrin Dungey and Melina Kanakaredes would not be returning, and that Jane Leeves would also be joining the cast as a regular for the second season on a one-year contract.
On July 16, 2018, it was announced that Jenna Dewan is set to recur on season 2. It was later announced on August 27 that Daniella Alonso had also been cast in a recurring role for the second season.
Primary photography for the series takes place in and around Atlanta, Georgia. Exterior and some interior shots of the High Museum of Art in midtown-Atlanta were used as the backdrop for the fictional Chastain Park Memorial Hospital. Some filming also took place in Conyers, Georgia, on a production set previously used for Fox's Sleepy Hollow. Filming for the first production block took place between March 20 and April 5, 2017. Filming for the second season began in July 2018.
Broadcast, streaming, and home video release
In the United States, new episodes are broadcast by Fox. Internationally, the series is shown on Seven Network in Australia, City in Canada, and on Universal TV in the United Kingdom and Ireland. In Latin America, the series is broadcast by Fox's Latin America counterpart. Episodes can be watched next day on the network's website. Hulu currently owns the SVOD rights to the series, and individual episodes, or the season as a whole, are available for purchase on Amazon and iTunes. The first season DVD set was made available for pre-order in June 2018 through Amazon and is set to be released on October 2, 2018.
|Season||Episodes||DVD release dates||Blu-ray release dates|
|Region 1||Region 2||Region 4||Discs||Region A/1||Region B/2||Region C/3||Discs|
|1||14||October 2, 2018||TBA||N/A||TBA||TBA||TBA||N/A||TBA|
|1||"Pilot"||January 21, 2018||2.6/10||8.65||0.8||2.83||3.4||11.48|
|2||"Independence Day"||January 22, 2018||1.0/4||4.70||0.8||2.77||1.8||7.47|
|3||"Comrades in Arms"||January 29, 2018||1.0/4||4.75||0.9||3.04||1.9||7.79|
|4||"Identity Crisis"||February 5, 2018||1.1/4||4.87||0.8||2.95||1.9||7.82|
|5||"None the Wiser"||February 26, 2018||0.8/3||3.86||0.9||3.24||1.7||7.10|
|6||"No Matter the Cost"||March 5, 2018||0.9/3||4.08||0.7||2.98||1.6||7.05|
|7||"The Elopement"||March 12, 2018||0.8/3||3.80||0.7||2.90||1.5||6.70|
|8||"Family Affair"||March 19, 2018||0.9/4||4.22||0.7||2.87||1.6||7.09|
|9||"Lost Love"||March 26, 2018||0.9/4||4.21||0.7||2.90||1.6||7.11|
|10||"Haunted"||April 16, 2018||0.9/3||4.30||0.7||2.89||1.6||7.19|
|11||"And the Nurses Get Screwed"||April 23, 2018||0.9/3||3.96||0.6||2.74||1.5||6.70|
|12||"Rude Awakenings and the Raptor"||April 30, 2018||0.8/3||3.91||0.7||2.70||1.5||6.61|
|13||"Run, Doctor, Run"||May 7, 2018||0.8/3||4.01||0.6||2.62||1.4||6.63|
|14||"Total Eclipse of the Heart"||May 14, 2018||0.9/4||4.29||0.6||2.68||1.5||6.97|
The review aggregator website, Rotten Tomatoes, reported an approval rating of 61% based on 18 reviews, with an average rating of 4.89/10. On Metacritic, which uses a normalized rating to reviews, assigned a weight average score of 54 out of 100, based on 12 critics. The first season received mostly mixed reviews. USA Today rated the series 1/2 out of 4 stars stating "It's a shame, because it's a waste of the talents of Czuchry and VanCamp (Revenge), two usually appealing TV veterans" and "The Resident can't save itself". Meanwhile, TV Line rated the series a B+ and said, "The Resident takes a hard look at the thorny ethical issues surrounding today's health-care providers." The first season was also often compared to ABC's medical drama, The Good Doctor. The series also proved to be unpopular with medical officials. A current medical student stated "It harms the public by grossly misrepresenting core concepts of medicine". A second medical student indirectly called the series unrealistic.
Awards and nominations
|2018||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Breakout TV Show||The Resident||Nominated|||
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