The medical drama returns with new episodes.
Although NBC will miss highly anticipated shows like Law & Order: SVU season 25 and Chicago Med season 9 in its fall lineup, Transplant Season 3 is one of the few scripted programs to release new episodes on the network. The Canadian medical drama has been well received in the United States since its debut, as viewers were fascinated by the nuance of the series, which focuses on a doctor who is rebuilding his career in Canada after fleeing the Syrian civil War.
What can fans expect from the new episodes? Here’s everything we know about transplants season 3.
Transplant season 3 Release date
Transplant Season 3 takes over the time slot of Law & Order: SVU and starts on Thursday, October 5th at 21 pm ET/PT on NBC. The episode can be streamed on Peacock the next day.
Plot Of Transplant season 3
Everything for YesterdayTransplant follows the story of Dr. Bashir ‘Bash’ Hamed (Hamza Haq), a talented doctor and Syrian refugee who fled his war-torn country with his younger sister Amira (Sirena Gulamgaus) to make a fresh start in Canada. After a truck crashes into the restaurant where he worked, Bash gets a chance to practice medicine again, using his honed skills on the spot to brilliantly save several lives, including that of Dr. Jed Bishop (John Hannah), the head of emergency medicine at York Memorial Hospital in Toronto.All for yesterday
Regarding this special season, show star Hamza Haq said in an interview:
Everything for yesterday we see a different version than in the past. There is a little more self-confidence and arrogance that he can exude.All for yesterday
Cast of Transplant Season 3
Again, Hamza Haq plays the role of Dr. Bashir Hamed in the series. For many, transplantation is the most famous role of Haq. However, he also performed in DELIA’s Gone, Viking and With Love and a big organ, to name just a few of his projects.
The other members of the Third season are as follows:
- John Hannah as Jed Bishop
- Ayisha Issa as June Curtis
- Laurence Leboeuf as Magalie Mags Leblanc
- Jim Watson as Theo Hunter.
Watch The Trailer For Transplant season 3
Where To Watch Transplant season 3
New transplant episodes can be seen on television in the USA on NBC. For those who do not have traditional cable/satellite TV, they still have the opportunity to watch the broadcast live in the United States when it is streamed through live streaming services such as FuboTV, Hulu with live TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV. All transplant episodes can be streamed on Peacock the day after the broadcast.
We are still waiting to receive official information about when the episodes of the third season will be released in the UK. However, seasons 1 and 2 are currently available on Sky TV.