A BLACKOUT AT CHASTAIN CAUSES TENSIONS THROUGHOUT THE HOSPITAL ON THE ALL-NEW SEASON TWO PREMIERE OF "THE RESIDENT" MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, ON FOX
A blackout at Chastain Memorial Hospital requires the staff to treat their patients without the help of any technology. Bell orders the staff to stop accepting new patients and transfer those on life support, but when a child in need is rushed to the ER, Conrad and Devon go against the mandate. Meanwhile, Mina and Austin are tasked with performing heart surgery on a premature baby, despite the lack of power, and Nic works tirelessly to organize the staff and patients who stay during the blackout in the all-new "00:42:30" Season Two premiere episode of THE RESIDENT airing Monday, Sept. 24 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (RES-201) (TV-14 D, L, S, V)
Cast: Matt Czuchry as Conrad Hawkins, Bruce Greenwood as Dr. Randolph Bell, Emily VanCamp as Nicolette, Manish Dayal as Devon Pravesh, Shaunette Renée Wilson as Mina Okafor, Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Dr. AJ Austin, Jane Leeves as Dr. Kitt Voss and Glenn Morshower as Marshall Winthrop.
Guest Cast: Tasso Feldman as Dr. Irving Feldman, Patrick Walker as Micah Stevens, Michael Hogan as Dr. Albert Nolan, Denitra Isler as Nurse Hundley, Jessica Miesel as Nurse Jessica Moore, Vince Foster as Dr. Paul Chu, Jason Turner as Dr. Dale Simich, Andi Matheny as Dr. Kelly Whitley, Rico Paris as Enrique Diaz, Tate Ellington as Jason Thoms, Adrienne Whitney Papp as Melanie Thoms, Justin Calalay as Paramedic Fred Tanner, Cyrina Fiallo as Rachel Bird, Emily Tosta as Joplin Bird, Viviana Chavez as Nurse Reena Reddy, Kelly Tippens as Nurse Linda Smith, Ann Marie Gideon as Nurse Sylvie Pund, Melanie J. Newby as Nurse Lora Day, Kendrick Cross as Chief Medical Officer Ben Kothari, Mary Shaw as Dr. Mary Bolton, Devon Hales Lisa Logan, Ian Covell as Charles Simm, Andrew Hunter as Radiologist Grayson Dees, John Forbes as Dr. Wilson, Ethan Corn as Heli-medic John Akerman, and Nicole Sellars as Connie Klein