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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Market Travelability
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24.5%
Average
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Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
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About this title

Storyline

An ER doctor, who fled his native Syria to come to Canada, must overcome numerous obstacles to resume a career in the high stakes world of emergency medicine.

Country: Canada

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: February 26, 2020

Also Known As: Transplant: Uma Nova Vida, Трансплантация |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

toronto, canada
student of medicine
hospital
emergency doctor

Company Credits

Production Co: Bell Media Studios, Sphère Média |  See more »

Cast

Elie Shankji
as Saleh
Claudia Ferri
as Nina Ruiz
Vlasta Vrana
as Walter Monroe
Linda Joyce Nourse
as Lydia Pearce
Carlo Mestroni
as Dr. Tom Duncan/Tom Duncan
Julian Robino
as Shipley
Ever Taylor-Day
as Tristan Abbott
Jim Watson
as Theo Hunter
Gregory Waters
as Jonah Bishop
Lilou Roy-Lanouette
as Layla
Nouella Grimes
as Annette Rawana
Eli Jean Tahchi
as White Helmet
Frédérique Dufort
as Cocaine Girlfriend
Shoshana Wilder
as Deena Kaplan
Catherine Bérubé
as Jessica Brown
Lydia Zadel
as Elena
Lesley Pahl
as Alice De Marco
Joelle Jeremie
as Accident Victim
Sabrina Campilii
as Cassie
Rachel Osborne
as Surgical Nurse
Naomi Cormier
as Maya Ruiz
Simon Therrien
as Fireman
Chance Jones
as Wrist Guy
Mariah Inger
as Rhoda DaSilva
Maya Fellen
as Grace Hunter
Tommy Julien
as Tommy Julien
Sara Bradeen
as Detective Greggs
Sydney Meyer
as Alexia
Dave Campbell
as Orderly
Nidhal Mouhouche
as Imam
Jennifer Seguin
as Drill Announcer/News Reporter/Robocall Voice
Matthew Alan Taylor
as Jared Abbott
K.C. Coombs
as Woman serving papers
Lily Gao
as Lucy Marsh
Jacquy Bidjeck
as Bash's Fake Patient
L. Fernando Becerra Sánchez
as Patient
Eugene Clark
as Marcus Curtis
Jane Gilchrist
as Mia Willis
Anton Koval
as Robbie Harper
Dawson Ovenden-Beaudry
as Danny
Aniko Kaszas
as Alex
Dwight Ireland
as Adrian
Daniel Rindress-Kay
as Paramedic #1
Alexandre Côté
as Will Marsh
Ryan Bommarito
as Charlie
Rassil Abdelbari
as Boy with Gas Mask
Matt Raymond
as Owen
Alain Goulem
as George Watson
Stéphane Séguin
as Ethan's Dad
Tanisha Thammavongsa
as Naomi Kaplan
Liam Patenaude
as Benjamin
Leonardo Fuica
as Carlos
Paula Rivera
as Maria Romero
Hamza Haq
as Bashir Hamed
Jason Cavalier
as Angry man
Eileen Li
as Harmony Mills
Mylène Dinh-Robic
as Liz
Rodrigues A. Williams
as Randall Emett
Anna Hopkins
as Selena Ruiz
Justin Johnson
as Man from Building
Danny Blanco Hall
as John Doe
Ellen David
as Evelyn Roche
Annie Briggs
as Nicole Spencer
Dale Whibley
as Ethan
Oliver Price
as Fake Gunmam
Mélanie St-Pierre
as Rosalie Crawford
Thamela Mpumlwana
as Trey
Fayçal Azzouz
as Khaled Abdullah
Leyda Aleyli
as Marie Tabeh
Jeanie Calleja
as Emily
Paul Batah
as Ibrahim
Victor Andres Turgeon-Trelles
as Ephraim Kaplan
Jay Chevery
as Dr.
Jessica Caballero
as Ana Tabeh
Anthony Jones Nestoras
as Officer A. DeSantos
Neil Napier
as Marty Roberts
Janine Theriault
as Erin Joseph
Mark Antony Krupa
as Worried Father
Dan Lett
as Chris Beaudry
Courtney Rasmussen
as Woman Leaving Gym, Student
Jonas Chernick
as Reese
Matthew Gagnon
as Kevin Gomes
Deborah Drakeford
as Paula
Makenna Beatty
as Jasmine Weber
Marie-Claude Hénault
as Thoracotomy Patient
Andre Bedard
as Paramedic #2
Mohamed El-Husseini
as Syrian Guard
Evan Buliung
as Adam
Percy Hynes White
as Max
Maryam Tavaf
as Mrs. Rahal
Arthur Holden
as Announcement Voice/Lock Down Announcer
Ambre Dioh-Dikongué
as Eva
El Hadi Sadouk
as Syrian Soldier/Syrian Solider/Syrian soldier
Rebecca Croll
as Gale
Felix Cadieux
as Noah
Sirena Gulamgaus
as Amira Hamed
Ry Prior
as Miles
Deena Aziz
as Sophia Fisher
Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll
as Javy Romero
Zacc Michaels
as Qasim Haddad
Julia Thomas
as Cop
Karim Esmail
as Syrian Soldier
Warona Setshwaelo
as Lavondra Kelly
John Hannah
as Jed Bishop
Ryan Stick
as Junkie Patient
Alex Bisping
as Pavel
Kenny Wong
as Arnold De Luca
Torri Higginson
as Claire Malone
Linda E. Smith
as Wendy Atwater
Violet Samantha Reid
as Gabriela Petrakis
Sean Curley
as Mags Fake Patient
Hanneke Talbot
as Stacey
Linda Goranson
as Lena Joseph
Kate McIninch
as Dr. Parsons
Orélie Boire
as Abby Hunter
Laurence Leboeuf
as Magalie Leblanc
Michael Riendeau
as Glenn
Julian De Zotti
as Jason Jessup
Gerardo Lo Dico
as Kwan's Partner
Alex Mallari Jr.
as Sully
Jonathan Kim
as Vincent Chang
Dan Petronijevic
as Officer Brent
Edie Inksetter
as Amber
Francis Marcil
as Tim Stafford
Alanna Bale
as Laura Bailey
Henry Kwok
as Translator
Victoria Diamond
as Emma De Marco
Sheraz Habib
as Wounded Patient
Stephen Kalyn
as Brett
Sean Lu
as Bohai Shao
Elisabeth Etienne
as Triage Nurse/Young Doctor
Brittany LeBorgne
as Irene
Lorna Kidjo
as Shawna
Salvatore Antonio
as Bruce Williams
Alice Marzoumanian
as Fatima
Rosemay Lefebvre
as Tessa
Myrtha Catherine Baron
as Ethan's Mom
Elana Dunkelman
as Ms. Fair
Nora Guerch
as Raniya Kouri
Anana Rydvald
as Greta Harris
Charlotte Legault
as Melissa Hunter/Melissa hunter
Simon Anthony
as Tyler MacCauley
Patrick Labbé
as Thomas Mitchell
Catherine Reffca
as Daneesha
Sugith Varughese
as Aajay Singh/Dr. Aajay Singh
Russell Yuen
as Doctor Alan Yong
Eddie G.
as Lou
Liam Casey Sullivan
as Finn
Danielle Bourgon
as Camille Beaudry
Fulvio Cecere
as Michael Bailey
Jonathan Emond
as Cocaine Boyfriend
Ashley Comeau
as Lisa Williams
Olunike Adeliyi
as Makayla
Paul Zinno
as Aiden Miller
Shawn Baichoo
as Paramedic #3
Thor Bishopric
as Announcement Voice
Katharine King So
as Joanie Kwan
Angela Galuppo
as Amanda Gomes
Ghassen Ghariani
as Wounded Syrian Man
Eric Goulet
as Orderly
Sonia Dhillon Tully
as Navia Khan
Stefanie Buxton
as Teacher
Ignatius Chan
as Paramedic
Ayisha Issa
as June Curtis
Grace Lynn Kung
as Vivian Barnes
Tattiawna Jones
as Julia Baranski
Matthew MacFadzean
as Officer D. Reid
Mikael Conde
as Gavin Nair
Sid Michailidis
as Manny Kowalski
Sean D'Amico
as Mr. Rahal
Brayden Lawrence
as Joel
Rebecca Amzallag
as Sonya Jessup
Armand Naftali
as Neil Evans
Michaela Di Cesare
as Angie
Kristian Hodko
as Luke
Ceyon Crossfield
as Henri

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Directors Guild of Canada 2020

Winner

Directors Guild of Canada

Dramatic Series

Nominee

Directors Guild of Canada

Outstanding Achievement in Production Design - Dramatic Series

The Joey Awards, Vancouver 2020

Winner

The Joey Awards, Vancouver

Best Actor in a guest role on a TV Series Age 13-15

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