Emily VanCamp, who plays nurse Nicolette ‘Nic’ Nevin on Fox’s medical drama “The Resident,” departs the program after appearing on it for four seasons.
Sources tell Variety that there is optimism that VanCamp will make a comeback to the series in some capacity. Fans can look forward to Season 5, which is set to start on September 21, and on Monday, a new commercial that prominently shows plenty of danger and has no sign of VanCamp.
In season 4 of “The Resident,” VanCamp was pregnant in real life, and Nic had a daughter at the end of the season. But there’s an unsettling teaser for the fifth season of The Good Doctor in which two policemen show up to Dr. Conrad Hawkins’s (Matt Czuchry) house, carrying a terrible news bulletin for him and his daughter.
The next season promised even more change, as the trailer said, “If you thought last season altered everything, just wait.”
The Resident, a series that began in 2018 and just had its fifth season renewal this year, started with its first season on Fox. Chastain Park Memorial Hospital staff members’ lives unfold in the medical drama. Some of the actors in the cast are Bruce Greenwood, Manish Dayal, Shaunette Renée Wilson, Jessica Lucas, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Jane Leeves, and Morris Chestnut.
VanCamp has reprised her role as Agent Sharon Carter, one of the many superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in the most recent Marvel Disney Plus show, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.”
20th Television makes “The Resident,” which airs on Fox. Todd Harthan, Andrew Chapman, Peter Elkoff, Amy Holden Jones, Rob Corn, Antoine Fuqua, and Oly Obst are the producers for the show.