Do you watch Canadian series? Do you like to watch Medical dramas? How many Medical drama series have you watched? Do you watch Transplant? Do you want to know why I’m asking about the Canadian and Medical drama series today? Because we are going to discuss the Canadian series that is a Medical drama series through this article.
As I have mentioned, Transplant is a Canadian medical drama series. It follows a doctor from Syria named Bashir “Bash” Hamed, who comes to Canada during the Syrian Civil War, as a refugee and at the fictional York Memorial Hospital in Toronto. He reassembles his career as a medical resident in the emergency department.
Created by Joseph Kay, the Canadian series debuted on CTV on February 26, 2020. In June 2020, the makers of the series renewed the series for a second season that premiered on CTV on January 2, 2022, and later on NBC on March 6, 2022.
In Canadian Screen Awards 2021, the series won the award of Best Dramatic Series, for the Pilot Holly Dale and won the Best Direction in a Drama Series and Joseph Kay for Best Writing in a Drama Series, and the actor Hamza Haq won the award of Best Actor in a Drama Series for the series.
Again in the same award show in 2022, the series won the award of Best Dramatic Series, Hamza Haq won the best actor award Laurence Leboeuf won the award of Best Actress in a Drama Series, Ayisha Issa won the Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series award, Andrea Kenyon, Jason Knight, John Buchan, and Randi Wells won the award of Best Casting in a Television Series, Fiction, Pierre Gill — “Guardrail” won the award of Photography in a Drama Program or Series, Annie Ilkow — “Contact” won the award of Annie Ilkow — “Contact”, and Joseph Kay — “Free for What” won the award of Writing in a Drama Series.
In Writers’ Guild of Canada 2021, Lynne Kamm for “Triggering Warning”, Tamara Moulin for “Under Pressure”, and Joseph Kay for “Pilot” are nominated in the category of Best Writing in a Drama Series.
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Transplant Season 3 Release Date
NBC and CTV renewed the series for a third season in February 202. later CTV, on August 8, 2022, officially announced that the third season of Transplant would be premiered on Friday, September 23, 2022, in Canada.
Transplant Season 3 Story
If we have anything to say about the plot for Transplant Season 3, let me tell you that the makers have not unveiled many details about it. However, some information is still available on a few websites.
Bash would continue his journey to find his footing in Canada and try to get citizenship for himself and his sister Amira. He will be under pressure to prove his ability to work alongside the new problems cropping up in his personal life. The entire team has to deal with the consequences of the hospital changes that came up in Season 2.
The show’s central character is Syrian civil war refugee Dr Bashir “Bash” Hamed, a new resident at York Memorial Hospital. The show follows his journey, where he battles with the problems coming up in his path to ensure that he has a successful career in medicine.
Transplant Season 3 Cast
Transplant’s cast includes Hamza Haq, who played the role of Dr Bashir “Bash” Hamed.
John Hannah played the role of Dr Jed Bishop in the season 1 and 2, Laurence Leboeuf played the role of Dr Magalie “Mags” Leblanc, Jim Watson played the role of Dr Theo Hunter, Sugith Varughese played the role of Dr Aajay Singh, Ayisha Issa played the role of Dr June Curtis, Grace Lynn Kung, as Vivian Barnes, Kenny Wong played the role of Arnold De Luca, Torri Higginson played the role of Claire Malone, Linda E. Smith played the role of Dr Wendy Atwater, and many more are there.
Transplant Season 3 Trailer
Both the television networks CTV and NBC have not released a trailer for Transplant Season 3. Since the series’ release date was announced officially recently, the trailer will also be released in the upcoming days.