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What to Know About Season 3 of NBC's Medical Drama Transplant
The series, starring the beloved Hamza Haq as Bash Hamed, is back with new episodes on NBC and Peacock.
NBC's beloved medical drama Transplant is back!
Dr. Bashir "Bash" Hamed (Hamza Haq) has returned 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.
Season 3 has already been packed with high-stakes medical cases, with Bash and his dedicated colleagues bringing everything they have to the operating table to transform patient lives. Transplant boasts equal parts drama and heart, and fans can't wait to see what happens next in its third season.
Find out everything to know about Transplant's exciting NBC return, including how to stream new episodes, below:
Where can I watch Transplant Season 3?
Transplant currently airs Thursdays on NBC at 9/8c. However, beginning on January 19, 2024 the rest of the season will air on Fridays at 8/7c beginning with Season 3, Episode 11. You can stream new episodes the day after they air on Peacock starting at 6 a.m. ET.
All 13 episodes from Season 3 first aired on Canada's CTV from September 2022 until February 2023.
How many episodes of Transplant will there be in Season 3?
There will be a total of 13 episodes in Season 3. If you miss any, you can catch up on Peacock or on NBC.com.
Where can I stream past episodes of Transplant?
Seasons 1 and 2 of Transplant are currently only available to stream on Peacock.
You can watch new episodes of Season 3 on Thursdays at 9/8c on NBC or on Fridays on Peacock or NBC.com.
What is Transplant about?
The intense medical drama follows Syria refugee, Dr. Bashir "Bash" Hamed, as he restarts his medical career as a resident at Toronto's fictional York Memorial Hospital.
Season 3 has seen Bash and the rest of the team acclimate to administrative changes prompted by Dr. Jed Bishop's (John Hannah) shocking Season 2 resignation. The hospital's new chief of emergency medicine, Dr. Neeta Devi (Rekha Sharma), has been a thrilling but concerning addition to the team. Amid all the drama that comes with this professional transition, Bash continues to pursue Canadian citizenship for himself and his little sister, Amira (Sirena Gulamgaus).
"We see a different version of Bash than we’ve seen in the past," Haq told TV Meg about the third season. "There’s a bit more confidence and arrogance that he can exude 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 or, you know, it’s one more, one wrong move and you’re out kind of thing. And 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."
As Devi settles in at York Memorial, Transplant showrunner Joseph Kay spoke with NBC Insider about the new dynamic her character brings to the hospital. Changes are afoot in Season 3 of Transplant, and it's been fascinating to see how Bash and the group take the heat.
"[Devi is] the kind of character that we root for and that we like, but also brings change that affects everybody on our show," Kay said. "So she's an interesting antagonist in that way."
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Originally published May 12, 2023.