Transplant Season 3 premiere exclusive clip: Bash and Dr. Devi discuss a patient

TRANSPLANT -- Season 3 Gallery -- Pictured: (l-r) Jim Watson as Dr. Theo Hunter, Laurence Leboeuf as Dr. Magalie Leblanc, Hamza Haq as Dr. Bashir Hamed, Rekha Sharma as Dr. Neeta Devi, Ayisha Issa as Dr. June Curtis -- (Photo by: Yan Turcotte/Sphere Media/CTV)
TRANSPLANT -- Season 3 Gallery -- Pictured: (l-r) Jim Watson as Dr. Theo Hunter, Laurence Leboeuf as Dr. Magalie Leblanc, Hamza Haq as Dr. Bashir Hamed, Rekha Sharma as Dr. Neeta Devi, Ayisha Issa as Dr. June Curtis -- (Photo by: Yan Turcotte/Sphere Media/CTV) /
facebooktwitterreddit

The Transplant Season 3 premiere is finally here, and we get a sneak peek into the episode. Take a look at Bash and Dr. Devi discussing a patient.

It’s taken some time, but we finally get to see the next season of Transplant. This is earlier than NBC initially planned, as it was going to be a midseason show. The current strike action has pushed back other shows, meaning this Canadian medical drama is here.

The season itself is bringing a lot of change. Dr. Bishop has left. Now Dr. Devi is in charge, and it’s time to see how the team reacts to her. The good news is that Bash has someone who still sees just how capable he is, but that doesn’t mean he is going to fast-track through the Canadian system.

Transplant Season 3 premiere sneak peek

Our friends at NBC offered us the opportunity to share a sneak peek into the Transplant Season 3 premiere. It gives us a positive look at the way Dr. Devi will run the hospital and her respect for Bash. She knows that he is capable and an advocate for life, but she also sees his weaknesses.

Bash is a doctor who will do whatever it takes to make sure a life is saved. That isn’t always what the patient wants, and he listens to Dr. Devi’s assessment of the current situation that involves a patient who has lost a leg due to Bash’s decisions. Now that patient and their loved one don’t want more treatment as they don’t really trust Bash.

There’s also a conversation about Bash’s advancement at the hospital. Will he be able to fast-track? At least now he has a bit more stability in the hospital.

Take a look at the sneak peek for the Transplant Season 3 premiere:

Next. John Hannah and Hamza Haq talk Transplant Season 2. dark

Transplant airs Thursdays at 9/8c on NBC. Catch up the following day on Peacock.