Transplant Season 2 is on the line and this is exactly what fans want. Transplant is a Canadian medical drama television series on CTV. It is a brainchild of Joseph Kay. The show premiered on CTV on February 26, 2020. It revolves around a Syrian refugee who came to Canada. He was a doctor in a war zone and thus, got a job finally in York Memorial Hospital. He came during the Syrian Civil War to Canada but soon makes an image as a resident doctor in the emergency department in Toronto.
The show took the audience by a storm soon after it came out. Now, NBC has acquired the rights to telecast the show in the United States, and the show is also a hit there. A health professional who is a viewer of the show wrote, “I love how the show is so real. I worked in Health Units for 19 years and practically every department they showed is well executed. The show is heartwarming and sad at the same time.” So, if a fellow viewer’s review pumps you up and makes you inclined towards this show and its future, we have the updates about Transplant Season 2.
Transplant Season 2 release date
CTV renewed the show for a second season in June this year. It came as no surprise because the ratings and the reviews of the show were optimistic.
As confirmed today, #JANNonCTV with @jannarden has been renewed for Season 3, ahead of the Season 2 premiere this fall on @CTV, & a Season 2 renewal is underway for @TransplantCTV. For more info on the CTV Original slate, visit @TheLede_CA: https://t.co/9oLQHRLCbw #CTVHomefront pic.twitter.com/6UmRnDK69k
— CTV Communications (@CTV_PR) June 23, 2020
The show is currently on NBC’s schedule. Considering that the show concluded its first season in May in Canada and filming has not yet begun, we can say that we can get the show next year in February. Due to the COVID-19, there may be some restrictions so a year is not a lot to ask for.
The cast of the show
The show will continue further with the same cast because there is just something legendary in it. CTV’s Communication/PR Team confirmed that we will see Hamza Haq in the role of Dr. Bashir ‘Bash’ Hamed, Laurence Leboeuf as Dr. Magalie Leblanc, and John Hanna in the role of Dr. Jed Bishop. We will also see Jim Watson as Dr. Theo hunter, Ayisha Issa in the role of Dr. June Curtis, and Sirena Gulamgaus as Amira Hamed.
What will possibly happen in Transplant Season 2?
In the first season, there were tons of twists that made us really not like the characters. However, they come back with an explanation that exceeded our hopes. There were tons of disastrous events as well like Khaled Abdullah giving forged documents to our Bash. In the second season as well, we expect to see turns that will literally make our heads turn.
There is not much of the plot that we can give, other than our expectations. We expect to see more of Bashir’s initial story, especially with his sister. There may be some locks with other doctors, however, this is the job that Dr. Bashir Hamed feels true to, hence, Transplant Season 2 will not fail to reinvigorate that.