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Transplant Is Coming Back to NBC: Everything to Know

Get ready to jump back in to the medical madness at York Memorial Hospital.

By Jessica White
It's Hard to Say Goodbye | NBC's New Amsterdam

NBC's beloved medical drama Transplant is making a comeback for midseason/summer 2024. Fans, you've been waiting for this, and now it's happening: Seasons 3 and 4 are officially on the books! 

Dr. Bashir "Bash" Hamed (Hamza Haq) will be back at the helm of the must-watch medical series. Fans of New Amsterdam or Chicago Med are going to love watching the hospital's inner workings as Bash and his fellow physicians tackle whatever diagnosis comes their way next. 

Find out everything to know about Transplant's exciting NBC return, including premiere dates and plot details, below: 

What is Transplant about?

Read an official description, below: 

"Transplant 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), for a fresh start in Canada. After a truck crashes into the restaurant where he's been working, Bash earns the chance to practice medicine again by using his field-honed skills to save multiple lives in brilliant fashion, including that of Dr. Jed Bishop (John Hannah), the chief of Emergency Medicine at York Memorial Hospital in Toronto."

When does Transplant return?

An official premiere date for Transplant Season 3 has yet to be announced, but episodes will air some time during NBC's midseason/summer 2024. Check back here for updates!

The Transplant cast

The talented cast of Transplant includes the beloved Haq as Bash Hamed, John Hannah as Jed Bishop, Ayisha Issa as June Curtis, Laurence Leboeuf as Magalie "Mags" Leblanc, and Jim Watson as Theo Hunter. 

Haq revealed in a July 2022 interview that fans will see a new side of Bash in Season 3 of Transplant as he continues to build his confidence in the hospital. 

"We see a different version Bash than we’ve seen in the past... There’s a bit more confidence and arrogance that he can exude," Haq said. "Because obviously he thinks very highly of himself as a doctor and considered himself highly capable, but there’s always been this like protocol thing where you can’t prove it..." 

He continued, "I think without that tension or that pressure that’s being put on him, I think he’s able to flourish and flex his chops more as an individual, for better or for worse. So, you know, as far as Bash’s storyline is concerned, I think we’ll see a different version of him than what you’ve seen before."

How to watch Transplant

Check back here for updates about Transplant's midseason/summer 2024 premiere and learn more about upcoming developments. Transplant will air on NBC with episodes streaming the next day on Peacock

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