Fox has renewed The Resident for The Resident Season 6, as the show received a lot of great feedback from the audience since it depicted a unique medical narrative, so it was only natural for it to be renewed for another season. This is a medical drama set in the United States that chronicles the lives of doctors working in a hospital and it focuses on the difficulties they experience while working to save lives and at the same time care for their patients.
The Resident is a popular show that has received recognition for its realistic depiction of the medical industry, and Marty Makary’s novel inspired the American medical drama. Hayley Schore, Amy Holden Jones, and Roshan Sethi are among the names who created the show for Fox Broadcasting Company.
If you are wondering about The Resident Season 6’s future, we will share everything we know about it in a bit.
The Resident Season 6 Release Date
Season 6 of The Resident will be here soon, the upcoming season will begin on September 20, 2022, and this season will undoubtedly be filled with drama since the cast will feature some new faces along with new intrigue. The Resident will return for The Resident Season 6 on Fox on Tuesday, and the medical drama premieres on regular nights as a lead-in to Fox’s other new series.
The Resident Season 6 has yet to be announced for the United Kingdom, but Season 5 of The Resident is now available exclusively on Sky Witness in the United Kingdom.
The majority of the characters will remain the same in The Resident Season 6: Dr. Conrad Hawkins is played by Matt Czuchry, Dr. Devon Pravesh is played by Manish Dayal, Dr. AJ Austin is played by Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Dr. Kit Voss is played by Jane Leeves, Dr. Billie Sutton is played by Jessica Lucas, Dr. Leela Devi is played by Anuja Joshi, Dr. Randolph Bell is played by Bruce Greenwood, Shaunette Dr. Mina Okafor is played by Renee Wilson, Joey Costa is played by Davi Santos, and Tina Kingsley is played by Victoria Rowell.
Fans may also see some new faces, but no official confirmation has been provided, but we know The Resident Season 6 is going to be plenty of twists and turns, and fans are excited to see what happens next. Even though there is no information regarding the narrative of The Resident Season 6, it is certain that the tale will pick up where it left off in Season 5 as Nic died and Conrad was seen enjoying parenthood over the years.
Season 5 opened up a storyline for the future season, but Conrad hasn’t made any advances toward Cade. Maybe Season 6 may revolve around Cade and Conrad and fans may witness some unexpected tension between Billie, Cornard, and Cade. After AJ contributed his sperm to Padma last season, Devon and Leela’s relationship returned to normal, so it would be fascinating to see how a doctor’s life transforms and how love blooms in Cornard’s life in The Resident Season 6. Fox hasn’t released a trailer for Season 6, but we will share it as soon as it is released.
Is The Resident filmed in a real hospital?
According to Atlas of Wonders, the majority of the medical drama was shot in and around Chastain Park Memorial Hospital. This is a fictitious hospital where the majority of the show’s protagonists work and struggle with their lives in the intense world of contemporary medicine. The fictional hospital is based in Atlanta, and the majority of the filming for The Resident took place there and in various locations.
The majority of the interior sequences in the film were shot at Film Rockdale Studios in Conyers, Georgia and the exterior pictures in the series were shot at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art in Midtown. The atrium of the museum’s lobby serves as a gorgeous backdrop for the imaginary hospital’s main lobby, and The High Museum is part of the Woodruff Arts Center, whose main structure also serves as one of the shooting places.
Other filming sites include Waylon’s Bar B Q, where the series’ protagonists occasionally congregate.
Is Bruce Greenwood leaving The Resident?
Conrad revealed in the winter premiere that Dr. Bell has multiple sclerosis and Bell talked with Kit one-on-one after delivering the news to Jake and Kit: he informed her that he would be leaving Chastain and Kit and quitting his profession so that he would not be a burden.
Kit and Jake gave Bell some good words of advice, and by the end of the hour, he appeared a bit more at ease with his diagnosis. For those fans who were concerned that this was the start of the end for Bruce Greenwood on the program, executive producer Andrew Chapman said that he was staying. Chapman also stated that there is nothing to be concerned about with Kit and Bell as they have a solid relationship.