The team at York Memorial Hospital has a lot going on in season 2 of Transplant on CTV, and beyond the life-saving procedures, there are new faces, tension, and ghosts from the past.
Dr. “Bash” Hamed is still dealing with Dr. Bishop’s (John Hannah) sudden stroke at the end of the last season, he’s facing someone new at the hospital who challenges him, and his relationship with Dr. “Mags” Leblanc, played by Laurence Leboeuf, is pretty tense at the moment.
In the first episode they raced to save the victims of a bus crash, while episode two has Bash trying to diagnose a difficult patient who miraculously recovers.
While the two doctors adjust to everything, Bash is also facing a ghost from his past in Syria, and he’s left with a lot of questions.
Stars Hamza Haq and Laurence Leboeuf sat down with me to chat about the latest season of Transplant, coming back after a longer than usual hiatus, and what they thought about their favourite scene partners.
Transplant airs on CTV Mondays at 10:00 PM (ET/PT). Watch the full interview below.
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