Grab all details of Canadian hit medical drama ‘Transplant,’ which is set to hit international broadcast on NBC this September.
Those of you who are a series-goer might well know about the Canadian medical drama ‘Transplant’ who aired its first season from February to May 2020.
Coming to the show review, the medical drama was positively acclaimed by the audience. As a result of all the love and appreciation the drama received, it’s now confirmed that the show will be renewed for a second season.
Transplant All Set for Season 2
Yes, jolly news to all the fans and followers waiting for the next season is about to happen soon. And the chances are the production of Transplant might’ve begun already too, as the next season’s production news was announced in June 2020.
Well, for those of you who are confused between starting the series or not, well, you make your decision after hearing the plot. The series is focused on much of the doctor’s inner perspective rather than showing the story from the surface level.
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The Synopsis of the series read,
The series centres on Bashir “Bash” Hamed, a doctor from Syria who came to Canada as a refugee during the Syrian Civil War, and is now rebuilding his career as a medical resident in the emergency department at York Memorial Hospital in Toronto.
It articulates doctors and the medical team’s hectic life, but not always, there are also some intriguing heartwarming, and romantic scenes. Overall, we recommend watching the series as the story has more to tell that any other regular medical sitcom or drama. ‘Transplant’ also articulates native Canadian twist’s upbringing issues faced by refugees in their career.
Transplant NBC Medical Drama: Release Date
Well, NBC has acquired the international broadcasting rights of “Transplant” back in May 2020. NBC officially announced the series would be premiered in September 2020 on 10 PM EST, which will air new episodes each week.
However, Transplant was released on Canadian Television Network back on February 26, 2020. The show ended after airi9ng its 13th episode on May 27, 2020.
Transplant Cast Members
There are few faces that you might really love for their amazing roles and story narration. Starting with lead actor Hamza Haq, who plays as Bashir Hamed, similarly, Jim Watson, who plays as Theo Hunter, Laurence Leboeuf as Magalie Leblanc, Ayisha Issa as June Curtis, John Hannah as Jed Bishop, and Sirena Gulamgaus.
Transplant Crew Members.
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Some of the other recurring members are Linda E. Smith, Mariah Inger, Eddie G., Kenny Wong, Sugith Varughese, Grace Lynn, Torri Higginson, Rebecca Amzallag, Charlotte Legault, Fayçal Azzouz, Jay Chevery, and Linda E. Smith.
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