Transplant is back with season 4, and the CTV original series has once again sparked the interest of the viewers with its stories. They are excited to see the journey of their favorite Dr. Bashir, but the side characters in this season seem to have received the wrath of the viewers.
They are not satisfied with how Dr. Bashir has so much less screen time this season in comparison to the previous seasons.
The medical drama series follows a plotline similar to what other medical genre TV series focus on; however, Transplant has a unique take to make it different from the rest of the series.
The series is not overly dramatic and keeps the viewers engaged by showcasing the hard work and dedication of the medical professionals.
The concept of the series is unique, and Dr. Bashir’s backstory makes it very personal for other medical professionals who watch the series.
In the preview, Dr. Neeta expressed her plans to change their approach to patient interaction and execute some new methods. Magalie informed Theo that she found out from Jonathan that they were still together.
Theo did not seem impressed because, six months ago, Magalie was telling people that he had moved out. Theo failed to convince the patient to file a complaint about the sexual assault.
Dr. Neeta informed Theo that his privileges were revoked until the issue was resolved. June offered Magalie to come to stay with her because she was aware that she put too much pressure on her to be her mentor.
Magalie found out that her heart was dilating and her ejection fraction was decreasing. The doctor advised her that if they did not deal with it on time, she was going to have heart failure.
About Transplant Season 4
Bashir and Magalie applied for the emergency medicine fellowship. All the available emergency doctors and personnel were called to the helipad.
Two patients were pulled out of Algonquin Park, at the base of some tough terrain. Both of them had hypothermia, but it was worse when they found out the father was trying to keep the daughter warm.
The case brought back Bashir’s memories from the past when he was escaping the Syrian border with Amira. Theo called Bashir to ask him about the patient who was looking for scrip refills.
Bashir mentioned to him the GP crisis. Theo explained that most of the virtual patients he had been seeing had been on a waitlist for months.
It made it hard for those who were seeking drugs, but no one was doing a thing about the issue.
The virtual walk-in was keeping Theo busy, and he was worried that even if the college did not suspend or revoke his license, He needed to convince the memorial to reinstate his privileges.
Transplant Season 4 Episode Time
Bering Sea Gold Season 17 episodes are released every Friday at 6:33 PM EST starting from October 6, 2023.
- US: 10:00 AM EST on Friday, October 6, 2023
- Canada: 10:00 AM NT on Friday, October 6, 2023
- India: 4:03 AM IST on Saturday, October 7, 2023
- Australia: 9:33 AM AEST on Saturday, October 7, 2023
- Philippines: 6:33 AM PHT Saturday, October 7, 2023
- Japan: 7:33 AM JST on Saturday, October 7, 2023
- South Korea: 7:33 AM KST on Saturday, October 7, 2023
Transplant Season 4 Episode Schedule
The total number of episodes for Transplant Season 4 has not been revealed yet, but the schedule for the first couple of episodes is as follows:
- Transplant Season 4 Episode 1 was released on October 6, 2023
- Transplant Season 4 Episode 2 was released on October 13, 2023
- Transplant Season 4 Episode 3 was released on October 20, 2023
- Transplant Season 4 Episode 4 will be released on October 27, 2023
How to Watch Transplant Season 4 Episodes? Streaming Guide
Transplant Season 4 episodes are available on CTV in Canada. Users can also purchase the episodes on Apple TV. However, Transplant Season 4 is currently not available on any streaming platform outside of Canada.
The previous season of Transplant is accessible on streaming platforms such as Peacock, Fubo TV, NBC, and Spectrum in the US.
In the UK, viewers can access episodes from the previous season of Transplant on Sky and Now. In Australia, Transplant Season 3 episodes are streaming on 9Now.
Nigerian viewers can access episodes of Transplant Season 2 on Showmax. In Japan, Transplant Season 1 is available on the streaming platform Amazon Prime Video. South Korean viewers can find episodes from all three seasons of Transplant on Wavve.”