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'The Resident' Canceled After Six Seasons on Fox

Resident is not at Fox .

The network canceled its medical drama after six seasons. The decision was made at Disney 53 The Resident nearly three Made the th TV after months, ended it’s 12 -episode The sixth season.

Since the end of the season (the shortest of the show’s six), there has been constant speculation about the show’s fate. The Resident was the lowest rated adult season to date20-53, the average is 0.24 ratings among key ad demographics (0.7 in previous season) over 7 days of viewing time. According to Fox, the show’s cross-platform viewership was 6.9 million, down this season.

When The Resident premieres in January2021, 21th TV is still 21st Century Fox home includes broadcast network. However, a month ago, Fox and Disney agreed to sell the studio and several cable properties to Disney; the transaction closed on 2019.

Since then, Fox has worked hard to own or co-own as many shows as possible. resident and two 911 The show — whose future on Fox is yet to be determined — is the only TV show on the network this season that Fox Entertainment doesn’t own. (18th TV also produces the network’s animated comedy The Simpsons, Family Guy, Bob’s Burgers and The Great North.)

In addition, Fox also Ordered another medical drama,

titled Doc, earlier this week. The series, a co-production of Sony Pictures Television and Fox Entertainment, is based on a hit Italian show that has been adapted in several other countries.

Meanwhile, sources say The Resident star Matt Czuchry will stay at th TV fold and is set to join the next season of FX’s American Horror Story, which the studio produce.

Co – Creator Amy Holden Jones with producers Andrew Chapman, Rob Corn, Oly Obst, Antoine Fuqua, Marc Halsey, Joy Gregory and Czuchry co-produce The Resident.

Jones is still in business with Fox, writing and executive producing a crime show called Archie & Pete is on the development track from script to series. Matt Nix (True Lies on CBS, The Gifted on Fox) is also executive producing.

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