Dr. Shaun Murphy ends season two of The Good Doctor on a high note. Not only is he reinstated in his job after the dismissal of Dr. Han, he also takes a risk and asks Dr. Carly Lever out on a date. That huge moment is going to serve as the launching pad for a whole lot of story for Shaun, but he’s not going to be the only one dealing with matters of the heart in season three. While plot details are still scarce for the upcoming third season, showrunner David Shore told Entertainment Weekly back in March that the doctors of St. Bonaventure will be balancing romance and their careers in a major way when the show returns.
If that little tidbit isn’t enough to hold you over until the premiere, read on to find out everything we know about The Good Doctor season three so far.
When Does The Good Doctor Season 3 Premiere?
ABC hasn’t announced their Fall premiere dates just yet, but the past two seasons have both premiered in late September. It seems safe to say that season three will keep with tradition. One thing we do know is that the show is staying put in its Mondays at 10 p.m. time slot.
Who’s Returning For Season 3 of The Good Doctor?
Thankfully, all of our favorites are scrubbing back in for season three. The series recently started production on the new episodes and shared some fun behind-the-scenes videos confirming that the whole gang is back together on the official Instagram. Returning cast members include: Freddie Highmore, Paige Spara, Antonia Thomas, Hill Harper, Tamlyn Tomita, Nicholas Gonzalez, Richard Schiff, Christina Chang, and Jasika Nicole. The only season two actor who isn’t returning (at least not in a regular or recurring capacity) is Daniel Dae Kim, who played the newly fired Dr. Han. However, he is still an executive producer on the series.