Transplant, the popular medical drama on NBC, is coming back for Seasons 3 and 4, and fans are beyond excited. The show is about the life and work of Dr. Bashir “Bash” Hamed, who is played by an emergency medicine resident at York Memorial Hospital Hamza Haq. Seasons 3 and 4 are on their way, which means that fans of medical dramas like New Amsterdam and Chicago Med are in for a real treat. Such shows depict how complicated and stressful a hospital setting really is.

Transplant Season 3 Cast & Characters Explained:

Transplant boasts a talented cast that brings the characters to life. Here’s a closer look at some of the key members:

Hamza Haq as Dr. Bashir “Bash” Hamed

The central character, Bash, is an emergency medicine resident at York Memorial Hospital, known for his resourcefulness and dedication to saving lives.

Laurence Leboeuf as Dr. Magalie “Mags” Leblanc

Mags is another emergency medicine resident facing personal challenges while navigating the demands of a busy hospital emergency room.

John Hannah as Dr. Jedediah “Jed” Bishop

In Seasons 1 and 2, Jed Bishop is the gruff yet compassionate Chief of Emergency Medicine at York Memorial, offering guidance and leadership to the team.

Ayisha Issa as Dr. June Curtis

A gifted trauma surgery resident, June Curtis, guards her emotions but excels in her role, eventually becoming the chief resident in Season 2.


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Jim Watson as Dr. Theo Hunter

Theo is a pediatric emergency medicine fellow facing the challenges of balancing his residency with family commitments.

Sirena Gulamgaus as Amira Hamed

Bash’s sister, Amira, adds depth to the show with her character.

Torri Higginson as Claire Malone

Claire, the head emergency nurse and later a nurse practitioner, provides both medical expertise and a romantic subplot with Jed.

Grace Lynn Kung as Vivian Barnes

Vivian is the hospital’s social worker, contributing to the holistic care of patients.

Sugith Varughese as Dr. Aajay Singh

Dr. Singh serves as a general surgery attending physician.

Linda E. Smith as Dr. Wendy Atwater

Wendy Atwater, the attending physician, supervises the residents closely.

Kenny Wong as Arnold De Luca

Arnold is an essential member of the team, working as an emergency nurse.

Mariah Inger as Rhoda DaSilva

Rhoda is another crucial member of the nursing staff.

Eddie G. as Lou

Lou takes on the role of a security guard at the hospital.

Eli Shankji as Saleh

Bashir’s friend and a Syrian refugee, Saleh, is actively involved with Doctors Without Borders in Lebanon.

Fayçal Azzouz as Khaled

Khaled, another of Bashir’s friends, is a Libyan refugee claimant in Canada.

Gord Rand as Dr. Mark Novak

Dr. Novak takes over as the acting Chief of Emergency Medicine at York Memorial following Jed’s stroke.

Nora Guerch as Rania

In Season 2 and onwards, Rania, an old friend of Bash’s from Syria, reenters his life.

Atticus Mitchell as Jake Cooper

Season 2 introduces Jake Cooper, a medical student supervised by Theo.

Rekha Sharma as Dr. Neeta Devi

Dr. Neeta Devi joins the team in Season 3 as the replacement for Jed Bishop.

Transplant Season 3 Plot:

The exciting story of Transplant is about Dr. Bashir “Bash” Hamed, a Syrian refugee who starts a new phase of his medical career as a trainee at the York Memorial Hospital in Toronto. Since Dr. Jed Bishop is leaving Season 3, there will be new problems to solve in the emergency room of the hospital. He is replaced by Dr. Neeta Devi, who Rekha Sharma plays. Even with all of these changes, Bash is still trying to become a Canadian citizen, which will add a lot of drama and mystery to the next season.

Transplant Season 3 Release Date and Time:

Fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of Transplant Season 3. The official release date for Season 3 is set for Thursday, October 12, at 9/8c. Please note that this release date was delayed by a week from the initially announced date. Season 3 originally aired in Canada from September 2022 to February 2023. However, for viewers in the United States, the wait for Season 3 continues until its U.S. premiere in October 2023.

Where to Stream Transplant Season 3?

If you’re wondering where you can catch up on Transplant or plan to watch Season 3, here’s what you need to know:

  • Seasons 1 and 2 are currently available for streaming on Peacock, offering the opportunity to immerse yourself in the earlier seasons of this captivating series.
  • Season 3 will also be available on Peacock to viewers in the United States every Thursday at 9/8c, starting from its premiere on October 12.

Episodes Listing:

  • S3.E1 – Fracture
  • S3.E2 – Baggage
  • S3.E3 – Hospital Beige
  • S3.E4 – Multiple Choices
  • S3.E5 – Nadir
  • S3.E6 – Audition
  • S3.E7 – Work to Rule
  • S3.E8 – And So It Goes
  • S3.E9 – Rumination
  • S3.E10 – Unstuck in Time
  • S3.E11 – A Sort of Homecoming
  • S3.E12 – Tariq
  • S3.E13 – The Luxury of Memory

Watch the trailer here:

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