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October 27, 2021
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Ratched is a suspenseful drama series that tells the origin story of asylum nurse Mildred Ratched. In 1947, Mildred arrives in Northern California to seek employment at a leading psychiatric hospital where new and unsettling experiments have begun on the human mind. On a clandestine mission, Mildred presents herself as the perfect image of what a dedicated nurse should be, but the wheels are always turning and as she begins to infiltrate the mental health care system and those within it, Mildred's stylish exterior belies a growing darkness that has long been smoldering within, revealing that true monsters are made, not born.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 18, 2020

Also Known As: Сестра Рэтчед, Retčedova |  See more »


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Production Co: Fox 21 Television Studios, Furthur Films |  See more »


Robin Long
as Agnes
Jay Arthur
as Cop
Charlie Carver
as Huck Finnigan
Pete Handelman
as Maître d'
Wyatt De Britto
as Young Edmund
Carie Kawa
as Secretary
William Charlton
as Sheriff
Elinor Gunn
as Helen
Aida Basco
as Grandmother
Robert Gatewood
as patient
Edward Singletary
as Colonel
Rick Scarry
as Randall Berglund
Josh Madson
as Screaming Soldier
John Deignan
as Warden
Kirk Bovill
as Prison Representative
Shira Barnett
as Doris Mayfair (10 Yrs.)
Alexander Pobutsky
as Burned Soldier
David Beeler
as Asst. Prosecutor
Danielle Jane Darling
as Wide-Eyed Nurse
as Miss Petunia
Benjamin Rigby
as Case Hitchen
Steve Kramer
as Executor
Jake McDermott
as Attendant
Liz Femi
as Patient Leona
Kiersten Kay
as 12 Year Old Girl #2
Gunnar Anderson
as Ike
Michael Andrew Baker
as Cop
Lucas Barker
as 12 Year Old Boy
Heather McPhaul
as Beverly
Corey Stoll
as Charles Wainwright
Troy Vincent
as Reporter
Brandon Flynn
as Henry Osgood
Albert Malafronte
as Prosecutor
Breck Denny
as Burly Orderly
Michael Benjamin Washington
as Trevor Briggs
Sammie Wayne
as Reporter #2
Isabelle JoLynn Murphy
as Young Mildred
Winford Warren
as Father
Robert Curtis Brown
as Monsignor Sullivan
Daniel di Tomasso
as Dario Salvatore
Warren Sweeney
as Priest
Clayton Farris
as Reporter #1
Alice Englert
as Nurse Dolly
Herbert Russell
as Heavyset Guard
Khanda Byambadorj
as Dalisay Banaga
Tereza Rizzardi
as Mayfair Mother
Judy Davis
as Nurse Betsy Bucket
Sonya Krueger
as Francine Mayfair
Fred Maske
as Emcee
Devon Conrad
as Male Student
Dee Rogers
as Oyster Bar Waiter
Rachel Thurow
as Women's Bar Patron
Brian Ames
as Jaw Blown Off Soldier
Finn Wittrock
as Edmund Tolleson
Zabeth Russell
as Mother
Emma Fassler
as Woman at Bank
Amanda Plummer
as Louise
Jeff Davis
as Captain
Joseph Marcell
as Len Bronley
Sarah Paulson
as Nurse Mildred Ratched
Harper Cullen
as Nurse
Jessica Erin Martin
as Other Nurse
Joanne Verbos
as Waitress
Jana Lewis
as Church Goer
Matt Lloyd
as Waiter
Kerry Knuppe
as Doris Mayfair
Robert Henry
as Photographer #1
Kristin Charney
as Mildred Puppeteer
Steven Hack
as Judge
David Wells
as Father Murphy
Casey James Knight
as Young Soldier
Hunter Parrish
as Father Andrews
Ricardo Félix Rojas
as Rosarito Waiter
Greg Winter
as Father Dennis McMurtry
Kat Russell
as 12 Year Old Girl #1
Blair Williamson
as Joe
Vincent D'Onofrio
as Governor George Wilburn
Teo Briones
as Peter
Carolyn Crotty
as Nun
Laura Renault
as Waitress
Dan Thiel
as Mr. Richard Cartwright
Samantha Sergeant
as Female Cadaver
Jim Bentley
as Maitre D'
Matt Miller
as Infirmary Surgeon
Jon Jon Briones
as Dr. Richard Hanover
Harriet Sansom Harris
as Ingrid
Beverly Wilkerson
as Dancer
Julia Best Warner
as Young Nurse
Sydney Mae Estrella
as Marisol Banaga
Luke Lerma
as Receptionist
Wes Armstrong
as Daniel
Michael C. Mahon
as Dean Honeycutt
Diana Tanaka
as Doris
Luke Matheis
as Billiards Player/Restaurant patron
Patrick Duke Conboy
as Burly Man
Greg Collins
as Police Officer
Damien Luvara
as Bartender
Alan Brooks
as Chauffeur
Clint Foster
as Security Guard
Emily Mest
as Nurse Amelia Emerson
Jermaine Williams
as Harold
Brian Maillard
as Father Coleman
Dominique Thaysen
as Edmund's Sister
Linda Bisesti
as Attendant
Jon K. Farless
as Male Cadaver
Elise Robertson
as Mrs. Helmstetter
Aaron Jay Rome
as Photographer #2
Ben Crowley
as Reggie Hampson
Grinnell Morris
as Field Doctor
Marcy McCusker
as Candy Striper
Amber Laird
as Female Onlooker
Daniel Hagen
as Foster Daddy
Alfred Rubin Thompson
as Albert Alton
Rosanna Arquette
as Anna
Siaka Massaquoi
as Father Adeyemi
Orestes Arcuni
as Maître d'
Greg Ballora
as Edmund Puppeteer
Bret Green
as Mikey
Cynthia Nixon
as Gwendolyn Briggs
Sharon Stone
as Lenore Osgood
Quincy Everidge
as Trembling Guard
Frank Merino
as Gardener
Lita Lopez
as Annie Hardcastle
Clay Acker
as Attendant
Germain Arroyo
as Diego
Sophie Okonedo
as Charlotte Wells
Kaseen Elyse Buchholz
as Blonde Woman
as Miss Petunia
Annie Starke
as Lily Cartwright

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 2




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Black Reel Awards for Television 2021


Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Guest Actress, Drama Series

Critics Choice Super Awards 2021


Critics Choice Super Awards

Best Villain in a Series


Critics Choice Super Awards

Best Villain in a Series

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