We saw the specialists of St. Bonaventure bring the COVID-19 pandemic to sensible levels in The Good Doctor Season 4 Part 2 . And then toward the finish of the episode, Shaun and Lea’s emotional reunited after weeks apart due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As we move into The Good Doctor season 4 episode 3 on ABC one week from now. The title for this episode, appropriately, is “Newbies”. what’s coming, make certain to look at the photos, promo, and the spoiler for the new episode 403.
Take a look at The Good Doctor Season 4 Episode 3 Photos
‘The Good Doctor’ season 4 episode 3 Release Time
‘The Good Doctor’ season 4 episode 3 is slated to premiere on November 16, 2020, at 10:00-11:00 p.m. EST on ABC. you can be watched on ABC’s website or app.
Read the synopsis Good Doctor Episode 403
With several candidates vying for residency at St. Bonaventure, Chief of Surgery Dr. Audrey Lim tasks Dr. Shaun Murphy, Dr. Claire Browne and Dr. Alex Park with mentoring the top first-year resident contenders. As their mentees shadow them for the day, Shaun and Park meet with Andrews to discuss a difficult surgery scheduled for a minor. Later, Shaun inadvertently insults Lea while discussing the pros and cons of the controversial surgery. And elsewhere, Dr. Morgan Reznick seeks out Claire and Lim’s help on a consult.
The Good Doctor Season 4 Episode 3 Promo
Something that we are glad to see is so a considerable lot of the specialists cooperating, and also take on extraordinary challenges. “Newbies” was composed by David Renaud and Tommy Moran and coordinated by David Straiton.
Guest featuring in Season 4 Episode 3, is Sophia Bucior as Monica Torres, Summer Brown as Dr. Olivia Jackson, Noah Galvin as Dr. Asher Wolke, Bria Samoné Henderson as Dr. Jordan Allen, Michael Liu as John Lundberg, Brian Marc as Dr. Enrique “Ricky” Guerin, Sam Robert Muik as Will Hopper and Samer Salem as Josh Bunker.
Solid possibility to returns of Dr. Melendez in Season 4
It was lovely to see [Nicholas] and lovely to have him back,” series star and executive producer Freddie Highmore disclosed to TV Guide. “At the end of Season 3, we’re all hoping that this isn’t the last that we’ll have seen of Dr. Melendez. Certainly, I wanted more of that story. And I feel like more people did. This is a lovely way to bring him back that’s in keeping with the emotional — the sort of character development and understanding in a deeper way, what Claire is going through from her loss.”