The Resident season 3: the identity of the dead, a new one … everything you need to know about the sequel

The Resident season 3: the identity of the dead, a new one … everything you need to know about the sequel

The Resident season 3: the identity of the dead, a new one ... everything you need to know about the sequel

The Resident season 3: everything you need to know about the sequel End of adventures for the doctors at Chastain hospital. This Wednesday, September 30, TF1 is broadcasting the last three episodes of season 2 of The Resident. To discover season 3, we will have to wait since the series with Matt Czuchry and Emily VanCamp will not immediately return to the air despite the big cliffhanger at the end that teased a dead man. If you don't feel like waiting to find out more, PRBK is here. Warning, this article contains spoilers on the end of season 2 and on season 3 of The Resident.

After a first interruption of the broadcast in full season 2 which had not really pleased viewers, The Resident takes a new break on TF1. To discover season 3 of the medical series, you will have to be patient since, in three weeks, it is season 16 of Grey's Anatomy which will be back on the first channel.

At the end of Season 2 of The Resident , the suspense was total following the intervention of Jessie (Julianna Guill) while she and Kyle (Corbin Bernsen) were in danger of death. For his part, Dr. Bell (Bruce Greenwood) received an offer to buy out the hospital.

Who is dead ?

It is from the first minutes of episode 1 of season 3 of The Resident that the identity of the dead character is revealed and it is … Jessie. Nic's sister (Emily VanCamp) unfortunately did not survive her operation. A death difficult to manage for the nurse but also for her father, Kyle. In addition, this death will prove to be suspicious since Conrad (Matt Czuchry) will make a surprising discovery about it during the season.

A new not very clean doctor

A new doctor will arrive at the hospital and you might as well warn you right away: the current is not going to pass with everyone! Her name ? Barrett Cain, eminent neurosurgeon who will take the place of Dr. Bell after the takeover of Chastain by Red Rock. He will also hide more than one secret, which will endanger the entire hospital. He is played by Morris Chestnut, whom you may have seen in the Rosewood , V and Nurse Jackie series .

The Resident season 3: the identity of the dead, a new one ... everything you need to know about the sequel

The Resident season 3: Morris Chestnut joins the cast as Barrett Cain

AJ's past revealed

Arrived at the end of season 1, AJ (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) will be revealed even more in season 3 of The Resident and no, that will not have to do with a possible rapprochement with Mina (Shaunette Renée Wilson). In the rest of the series, we will find out more about his past and especially his family. As we know, the surgeon has been adopted and he is going to find traces of his biological parents.

Devon finds love

Julian (Jenna Dewan) won't be back in The Resident but Devon (Manish Dayal) is going to find love again with … a patient. It is in episode 9 that Nadine (Shazi Raja) will make her first appearance but she will not be a simple patient since she will reveal to be a princess! What complicates his budding love affair with Devon …

A plot reminiscent of the coronavirus

The end of season 3 of The Resident will remind you of reality and yet this plot was conceived before the coronavirus pandemic: from episode 18, a virus will spread to the hospital and endanger patients. and doctors. Note that the Covid-19 (the real virus this time) will also be on the program for season 4, being prepared by the FOX channel which broadcasts the series in the USA.

Episodes already available in France

If you don't want to wait for the broadcast on TF1, know that season 3 of The Resident is currently being broadcast on Warner TV and the episodes are available for replay on MyCanal. What to wait while waiting for season 4, scheduled for 2021 in the United States.

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