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Transplant Will End After Season 4: Everything to Know About the Final Season

The medical drama, which airs on both NBC and Canada's CTV, is coming to an end after four seasons.

By McKenzie Jean-Philippe

All good things must come to an end!

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Watch Transplant Fridays at 8/7c on NBC and next day on Peacock

Canadian medical drama, Transplantwill officially wrap with four seasons. The news was announced by Canada's CTV network on September 13. Both NBC and CTV air the series.

The show follows Syrian refugee and emergency surgeon Bashir Hamed (Hamza Haq) on his journey as he restarts his life and medical career as a resident at Toronto's fictional York Memorial Hospital. 

In a post about the news on his Instagram account, Haq wrote in a caption, "All good things… Alhamdulillah. Grateful to have had this and looking forward to sharing the last little bit with y’all."

Read below for more details.

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Why will there only be 4 seasons of Transplant?

In a statement for CTV, Joseph Kay (the series' creator, showrunner, and executive producer) explained that he's always planned to end Transplant after 4 seasons. 

Bashir Hamed appears talking to guest in the waiting room.

“I’d always intended a four-season window into Bashir’s life as he completes his medical residency for a second time, sets down roots in Canada, and learns to shed some of his past, and it’s incredibly fulfilling to be able to tell his complete story,” Kay said. “This series is a labour of love for the great many of us who make it, and we’re excited for people to keep finding it for years to come. Thank you to our partners at Bell Media and Universal International Studios for the unyielding support.”

Justin Stockman, the vice president of content development and programming at Bell Media, CTV's parent company, said in a statement: “From the beginning viewers embraced Bash’s story and the incredible world Joseph created, and we’re incredibly proud to have been part of the journey. As Season 4 brings this story to a fulfilling end, we want to thank the extraordinary cast and crew, and our partners at Sphere Media and Universal International Studios, for bringing this unforgettable series to life.”

When does Season 4 of Transplant premiere on NBC?

There is currently no set premiere date for Season 4 in the U.S. on NBC. Check back here on NBC Insider for any updates in the coming months. 

The fourth and final season of Transplant is currently filming in Montréal and will first premiere on Canada's CTV beginning October 6, 2023. 

June Curtis appears in a scene from Transplant.

How many episodes will be in Season 4?

The fourth season of Transplant will have 10 episodes.

How can I watch Transplant in the U.S. and on NBC?

Seasons 1 and 2 of Transplant are currently available to stream on Peacock. Season 3 premieres on Thursday, October 12, 2023 at 9/8c on NBC. The new episodes will stream next day on Peacock beginning at 6 a.m.

You are also able to live stream the series Thursdays at 9/8c on NBC.com using your cable provider login information or Peacock account. ​​​​​

Bashir Hamed and Magalie Leblanc talking outside a theater from a scene in Transplant.

The third season first aired all 13 episodes on Canada's CTV from September 2022 until February 2023, but will not be available to watch or stream anywhere in the U.S. until October 12 at 9/8c.