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‘The Resident’ is About to Have a Mini ‘Gilmore Girls’ Reunion

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The Life and Death Brigade will live on at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital! Tanc Sade who appeared on Gilmore Girls and Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life as Logan’s (The Resident’s Matt CzuchryYale partner in crime Finn, will be guest-starring on a season 2 episode of the Fox medical drama.

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Sade in ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’

According to TVLine, Sade will guest star as “Josh Robinson, a professional extreme adventure guide whose story takes a highly unexpected turn when he is treated by Dr. Conrad Hawkins (Czuchry).” He confirmed the news on Instagram sharing his excitement to team back with Czuchry.

Sade joins Jenna Dewan as a guest-star for the upcoming sophomore season. Dewan will have a recurring role as Julian Lynn, “a sharp and sophisticated medical device rep with an ability to connect with just about anybody. A former dancer, Julian got her life back with the help of a device, and now she’s passionate about helping others do the same. Throughout the season, Julian gradually becomes aware of the lack of transparency in her chosen field and realizes there may be dangerous issues ahead.”

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The Resident makes another small screen guest-starring role for Sade who has appeared on series such as Sons of Anarchy, The Mentalist, Childhood’s End, Roadies, Lethal Weapon and Deception. 

Starring Matt Czuchry, Emily VanCamp, Bruce Greenwood and Manish Dayal, The Resident follows a young doctor (Manish Dayal) who begins working under Conrad Hawkins (Czuchry), a tough and talented senior resident who is willing to peel back the medical curtains and expose the hospital for all of its successes and shortcomings, especially when it comes to the often-morally corrupt Dr. Bell (Bruce Greenwood).

The Resident will be back on Fox Monday, Sept. 24, at 8/7c. You can currently catch Dewan on World of Tuesdays on NBC at 10/9c.

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