“The Resident” officially cancelled: No Season 7 on Fox
Yes, it’s time to call it the inhabitant.
Fox has officially canceled the medical drama – recently named by TVLine as one of 13 shows with a very uncertain future – after six seasons, TVLine has learned.
“It’s been a great run,” said Amy Holden Jones, series co-creator tweeted on Thursday in reply to the message. “#TheResident lives on @hulu, where you can watch ads for free. Today is a day of gratitude for our amazing cast and crew and the life changing experience we shared.”
the inhabitant This season averaged 4.4 million viewers and a demo rating of 0.5 (with Live+7 playback), a 10 and 29 percent decrease from Season 5 results. Of the 15 scripted programs Fox has aired so far this TV season, it delivers the fourth largest audience (only behind the 9-1-1s and accused), but tied for #9 in the demo.
Prospects for an extension of the show looked particularly bleak in early March, when Georgia-based real estate sales provider Peachtree Battle announced it would soon be hosting “a major network medical drama prop and liquidation sale.” the inhabitant was filmed outside of Atlanta, and observant fans recognized many of the props as part of the show. Back then, a resident An insider told TVLine the series is “essentially complete,” but a Fox representative claimed an official decision on the fate of the series has yet to be made.
Jones previously confirmed to TVLine that the season 6 finale was intentionally written as a convenient series ending should the show not be renewed. That is, when the show had Returning for Season 7, fans would have seen Devon and Leela’s wedding and the continuation of Conrad and Billie’s romance, as well as how Bell and Kit “handle the mix.” [Bell] Being a patient and a doctor,” Jones revealed at the time.
“Making this show is the hardest work I’ve ever done, but it’s also a personal joy and privilege,” she added. “This cast is the happiest and most united I’ve seen in all my time in the business. The incredible crew loves to come to work. I will always be proud of everything we’ve done and how we’ve done it. When it ends there will be sorrow, but we rang the bell.”
Fox’s primetime schedule won’t be without its medical drama, though: Earlier this week, the network ordered series docadapted from the Italian series Doc — Nelle do mani. The drama is about Dr. Amy Elias, the brilliant director of internal and family medicine at a Minneapolis hospital, who must navigate an unfamiliar world after a brain injury wiped out the last eight years of her life.
the inhabitantThe cancellation of has been added to our 2023 Renewal Scorecard.