The Resident “Now You See Me” March 15 2022 on Fox
Tonight (Tuesday March 15 2022), Fox broadcasts an episode of the series “The Resident” titled “Now You See Me“.
We’ve got the scoop on everything you need to know about tonight’s episode, including if it’s new, the time, cast, how to watch and all the episode details!
Now You See Me Season 5, Episode 12 Episode Summary
When a lost child is brought into the ER with physical signs of abuse, Conrad and Cade try to get to the bottom of what happened to her. While out shopping, Devon and Leela encounter a woman who is having trouble breathing, and when she arrives at the hospital, Devon takes it upon himself to make sure she feels comfortable with the staff. Meanwhile, Bell eyes an open seat on the State Medical Board and Billie decides it’s time to confront her past.
Is Tonight’s Episode New or a Repeat?
Tonight’s “Now You See Me” episode of “The Resident” is a repeat.
What Time is Tonight’s Episode On?
Tonight’s “Now You See Me” episode will be broadcast on Fox at 8:00PM ET/PT.
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The Resident “Now You See Me” Cast
Cast: Matt Czuchry as Conrad Hawkins; Bruce Greenwood as Dr. Randolph Bell; Manish Dayal as Devon Pravesh; Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Dr. AJ Austin; Jane Leeves as Dr. Kit Voss; Morris Chestnut as Dr. Barrett Cain; Jessica Lucas as Billie Sutton; Anuja Joshi as Dr. Leela Devi.
Guest Cast: Denitra Isler as Ellen Hundley; Skyler Day as Nurse Clara Rasmussen; Kaley Ronayne as Dr. Kincaid Sullivan; Stephen Wallem as Winston Robards; Samantha Jane Williams as Roxie Cabot; Madison Johnson as JD/Scout; Lexi Simonsen as Ana; Ashlyn Moore as Brianne
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The Resident Series Information
Conrad Hawkins is one of Chastain Park Memorial Hospital’s best doctors. Charming and arrogant, Conrad likes to take an unconventional approach whenever possible and believes it’s his personal duty to shatter the romantic illusions of the first-year residents. Dr. Devon Pravesh is an innocent idealist who leans on his finely tuned moral compass, but with Conrad’s help, he begins to realize that the practice of medicine is a business, like any other, with less-than-angelic patients and fallible doctors.