Fox TV’s “The Resident” spoilers hint that actor Andrew McCarthy will return to his role as Dr. Ian Sullivan in season 6. And the teasers also reveal that McCarthy appears after a promotion to a series regular. But get prepared for drama as Dr. Sullivan faces new challenges at Chastain!
Find out about Andrew’s return to “The Resident.” And discover what could lie ahead for his character’s daughter. We’ve got all the details below!
Andrew McCarthy To Add Drama To ‘The Resident’ As Series Regular!
Now that Fox TV’s “The Resident” has turned Andrew McCarthy into a series regular, spoilers hint that his character of Dr. Ian Sullivan will add drama for season 6. As a famous pediatric surgeon, Dr. Sullivan will need to adjust to the concept of getting viewed as a new hire at Chastain. But Ian will also face personal challenges, according to Deadline.
On the positive side, Dr. Sullivan has become renowned for daring surgeries that save lives. As a result, Ian will help Chastain survive amid financial uncertainties. However, the good doctor also struggles personally. And his daughter, Dr. Cade Sullivan (Kaley Ronayne), as well as Ian’s fellow physicians, will need to make a decision. While Dr. Sullivan saves lives, can he also save himself?
Viewers first met Dr. Ian Sullivan on “The Resident” last season. And his appearance provided one of the season’s most dramatic plot lines. It all began when Cade almost died in a shooting. As a result, her life depended on getting a donor match for her unusually rare blood type. But although she lived, Ian faced his own medical emergency. His stomach pains got diagnosed as pancreatic cancer.
‘The Resident’ Spoilers: What Does The Future Hold For Dr. Sullivan?
Last season on “The Resident,” Dr. Bell (Bruce Greenwood) saved Dr. Sullivan through surgery. But the procedure left questions about Ian’s survival in the future. As a result, this season will reveal how Dr. Sullivan’s fellow physicians may try to help him. And can his daughter make a difference?
Fans will recognize Andrew McCarthy from both TV and film roles. For instance, he famously became part of the 1980’s Brat Pack. His films include St. Elmo’s Fire, Pretty in Pink, Mannequin, and Weekend at Bernie’s. In addition, McCarthy has served as a director for episodes of Orange Is the New Black, The Blacklist, and the second season of Awkwafina is Nora From Queens. And his TV credits range from 13 Reasons Why To White Collar, Good Girls, and The Sinner.
Tell us what you think. Do you feel excited about seeing Andrew McCarthy return as Dr. Ian Sullivan to “The Resident“? And what do you predict for his long-term chances of survival? Plus: We’d love to get your thoughts on whether you want more scenes between Ian and his daughter Cade. After you share your views, check back on our site for more TV news!