The Good Doctor Season 05 Episode 01 is going to release on 27th September 2021, Monday on ABC and Sony Pictures TV. Fans are excited.
The Good Doctor is a medical drama television series based on a South Korean series of the same name that premiered in 2013. The original series caught the attention of actor Daniel Dae Kim, who bought the rights for his production firm. He started developing the show and eventually sold it to CBS, his home network, in 2015. CBS chose not to make a pilot. Kim acquired back the rights to the series from CBS.
Critics have generally given The Good Doctor mixed reviews, praising Highmore’s portrayal but criticizing the series’ storylines. The representation of autism has also sparked debate among critics.
About the Show:
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In the show, we can see at St. Bonaventure Hospital’s surgical unit, Dr. Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome, continues to employ his extraordinary medical abilities. As his romantic relationship with Lea grows stronger, he will be assigned additional tasks as a fourth-year resident, including managing a new group of residents who will put him to the test in unexpected ways.
Meanwhile, in the series, the crew must deal with the stress and uncertainty that the COVID-19 outbreak has brought to their facility. Dr. Shaun Murphy is played by Freddie Highmore, Dr. Claire Browne is performed by Antonia Thomas, Dr. Marcus Andrews is played by Hill Harper, Dr. Aaron Glassman is performed by Richard Schiff.
Also, Dr. Audrey Lim is played by Christina Chang, Dr. Morgan Reznick is performed by Fiona Gubelmann, Dr. Alex Park is got to play by Will Yun Lee, and Lea Dilallo is performed by Paige Spara.
The Good Doctor Season 05 Episode 01 Release Date:
It is going to release on 27th September 2021, Monday.
Where to Watch Online
“New Beginnings” is going to release on 27th September 2021, Monday on ABC and Sony Pictures TV. You can also watch the show on Disney+ Hotstar, Amazon Prime, and Netflix.
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