For those who haven’t heard too much about the series as of late, we’re watching a Toronto-set medical drama here that is about Bash, a doctor who is starting a new life for himself after spending so much of his life in Syria. He doesn’t follow some of the same rules as everyone else, but even still he finds a way to solve cases and help patients. Because medical dramas have a tendency to be extremely popular, we do think that there is some potential for this show to be successful in the United States. It’s already found itself an audience in Canada, to the point where there is already more episodes coming. If it does find success here, then maybe it could air in subsequent years even after we get to the other side of the health crisis.
Want to get some other details? Then be sure to check out the full Transplant episode 2 synopsis below:
09/08/2020 (10:01PM – 11:00PM) (Tuesday) : As Bash joins the staff at York Memorial, it is clear that his experience as a doctor during the war in Syria informs his unconventional approach. TV-14
We don’t think that this episode is going to be so dramatic that it stuns much of the world out there. Yet, at the same time we do think that it’s an opportunity to get to know the world and these characters a little bit better. It’s also going to be a key determining factor in whether or not this show is successful in the long-term … much like many second episodes are for any given series.
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