The Award-winning Canadian medical drama series covering the life of a refugee immigrant who goes to work at a hospital in North America Transplant season 4 is back with more cases that Dr Bashir must deal with. This drama isn’t your typical emergency room kind of show because it also covers themes of adaptation, integration, the personal lives of the hospital staff, as well as some complicated medical cases.
As the show evolves, so does Bashir, who is not only fully adapted to life in Canada but also must deal with people from his past, being back in the Middle East, as we’ve seen he’ll face a few people along the way that give him both good and bad memories and that will make up for strong character story arc development.
Transplant Season 4 Episode 2 Recap
In this episode, Dr. Bashir has his everyday routine of rounds, prepping for surgery, taking care of patients in their post-operatory suddenly interrupted because the man realizes that a pedestrian fell down a sinkhole in the middle of the street.
So, Bashir, always the life-saver kind of dude, heroically jumps into the sinkhole to aid that person. This makes you think about the state of public infrastructure in Canada, a country that usually prizes itself in front of the international community for not having those kinds of infrastructure issues. But this being a fictional drama and the scriptwriters taking license for creating and narrating stories makes it correct.
On another side of things, Mags is faced with a rather difficult emotional and professional challenge when a weird bacteria pops up in the emergency room and Mags must do everything to contain the spread, otherwise that has public health implications that not only put the hospital’s prestige in jeopardy but also Mags’s reputation.
As for the consults in the ER, Theo deals with a boxer facing harsh chest pain that results from multiple trauma to his chest resulting from a tough fight, as well as the metabolic implications of his diet. So, he goes to great lengths to help that boxer out.
Transplant Season 4 Episode 3 Release Date
Transplant Season 4 Episode 3 will be broadcast by NBC and CTV on Friday, 20 October 2023, at 22:00 hrs Eastern Time, United States. Each episode lasts around one hour. The upcoming episode’s title is “Home”. In the following list, you’ll find the regional time release schedules for this program.
- Pacific Time (PT): Friday, 20 October 2023, at 19:00 hrs (7:00 PM PT)
- Mountain Time (MT): Friday, 20 October 2023, at 20:00 hrs (8:00 PM MT)
- Central Time (CT): Friday, 20 October 2023, at 21:00 hrs (9:00 PM CT)
- British Summer Time (BST): Saturday, 21 October 2023, at 03:00 hrs (3:00 AM BST)
- Central European Summer Time (CEST): Saturday, 21 October 2023, at 04:00 hrs (4:00 AM CEST)
- Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): Saturday, 21 October 2023, at 12:00 hrs (12:00 PM AEST)
Transplant Season 4 Episode Guide
- Episode 1: “Crete” – Friday, 6 October 2023
- Episode 2: “Sinkhole” – Friday, 13 October 2023
- Episode 3: “Home” – Friday, 20 October 2023
- Episode 4: “Decisions” – Friday, 27 October 2023
- Episode 5: “TBA” – Friday, 3 November 2023
- Episode 6: “TBA” – Friday, 10 November 2023
- Episode 7: “TBA” – Friday, 17 November 2023
- Episode 8: “TBA” – Friday, 24 November 2023
- Episode 9: “TBA” – Friday, 1 December 2023
- Episode 10: “TBA” – Friday, 8 December 2023
Where To Watch Transplant Season 4 Episodes?
Catch the latest episodes of Transplant at the times and dates described above. If you have cable, you can stream the show online with your cable credentials via NBC’s website or its app. Also, since Transplant is a Canadian series, you can watch it via CTV, its website, or app with your TV credentials if you reside in Canada.
For those outside of Canada, there are many alternatives to watch this medical drama because the show is distributed by American network NBC, which we will break down for you in the following lines.
Since Transplant Season 4 is an ongoing season, live TV streaming providers like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, Philo, Fubo TV, Spectrum on Demand, Directv Streaming, and Sling will stream the show during its broadcast times.
Also, Transplant is distributed by Peacock Premium, which is NBC’s native streaming platform home to original series, a rotating movie catalog, and filial network content. Peacock is globally available, and runs on a “Freemium” model; while the service is completely free to use and watch, to enjoy the latest episodes, you will have to pay a monthly subscription fee.