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U go girl?!.....shocker! female lead in 'procedural' on major network exiting show [ another one ].....
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: August 30, 2021 02:30PM
......Emily 'The Resident'.....exiting after 4 seasons.....

....she alerted the show that she wanted out of her contract early, and they planned to slowly remove her in Season 5 but things didn't work out, so she is exiting for good.....possible 'guesting'..... real reason given but she and her husband just had their first child (which was kept secret).....she probably wants to spend more time with her new baby and husband......

.....her nickname is 'Four-Season VanCamp' as her shows never last more than 4 seasons [ Everwood, Brothers & Sisters, Revenge ]....

The Resident Shocker: Emily VanCamp Exiting Fox Drama After 4 Seasons

....Another Chastain Park employee is scrubbing out. Emily VanCamp, who has starred on The Resident since its 2018 premiere, is exiting the Fox medical drama ahead of Season 5,

The circumstances surrounding VanCamp’s exit have not been made clear, though the actress revealed earlier this month — much to fans’ surprise — that she and husband Josh Bowman recently welcomed a daughter, Iris.

VanCamp made her debut as nurse practitioner Nic Nevin on The Resident‘s series premiere in January 2018, with her character becoming a series-long love interest for Matt Czuchry’s Conrad Hawkins. The characters finally tied the knot in the Season 4 premiere, and Nic gave birth to their first child in the sentimental season finale in May.

But new teasers for The Resident‘s fifth season (premiering Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 8/7c) have hinted at possible tragedy for Conrad and Nic: Conrad is notably flying solo in the show’s official Season 5 poster, and a freshly released trailer for the new episodes — embedded below — features cops arriving at Conrad’s door, with Nic nowhere to be found.

Following the Season 4 finale, co-showrunner Peter Elkoff teased a major, and potentially game-changing, development in store for Season 5, though it’s unclear whether he was referring to VanCamp’s departure.

“When our audience — our loyal and beloved audience — tunes in for the first episode of Season 5, by the time it’s over, they will be shocked at certain changes that are taking place at the hospital,” Elkoff hinted at the time. “That’s all I’m going to say.”

A Fox rep declined to comment for this story. A source close to The Resident, meanwhile, remains “hopeful” that VanCamp will appear this season in “some form or fashion.”

VanCamp is the third Resident cast member to leave the series in recent months. Shaunette Renée Wilson, who played surgeon Mina Okafor, departed the drama midway through Season 4, while Morris Chestnut (aka polarizing neurosurgeon Barrett Cain) will appear much less frequently in Season 5, after joining Fox’s freshman family drama Our Kind of People.!


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Re: U go girl?!.....shocker! female lead in 'procedural' on major network exiting show [ another one ].....
Posted by: Racer X
Date: August 30, 2021 03:24PM
Lots of turn over on that show. 2 at the end of last season, now her.

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Re: U go girl?!.....shocker! female lead in 'procedural' on major network exiting show [ another one ].....
Posted by: rich in distress
Date: August 30, 2021 04:40PM
… 'Four-Season VanCamp'…

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