How to Watch Transplant Season 2 Online From Anywhere

By Ipsita Kabiraj / March 5, 2022

Canada’s favorite medical drama is all set to return to American television this month. A CTV original series, Transplant Season 2 will premiere after an extended hiatus on American TV this year. Let’s take a look at how, when, and where you can watch the show online from anywhere easily.

Transplant follows the thrilling story of a talented Syrian doctor Bashir Hamed (played by Hamza Haq) who flees his war-torn country to Canada with his sister to seek refuge. Owing to his skills, he soon goes on to become a resident at the emergency department of York Memorial Hospital in Toronto. The second season begins shortly after the closing moments of season one – with the hospital chief Dr. Jed Bishop (played by John Hannah) suffering a serious stroke. While everyone begins to ponder their future at the hospital, Hamed is haunted by his past and struggles to adjust to his new life in Canada. According to a CTV press release, his “hard work, compassion, and hopefulness tell a universal story about the human ability to not only survive but ultimately thrive, within new circumstances.”

Haq and Hannah reprise their roles in Transplant Season 2. They are joined by Laurence Leboeuf as Dr. Mags Leblanc, Ayisha Issa as Dr. June Curtis, Sirena Gulamgaus as Amira Hamed, and Jim Watson as Dr. Theo Hunter. After a wildly popular first season with an average audience of 1.4 million, the second season of Transplant will play out in 13 episodes. While the series premiered in Canada on January 3, NBC is bringing it to American television on March 6 at 10 p.m. E.T.

The show is produced by Sphere Media in association with CTV and NBC Universal International Studios. It is directed by Stefan Pleszczynski (also an Executive Producer), Daniel Grou, Chloé Robichaud, Bosedé Williams, and Kim Nguyen. Joseph Kay, Mark Ellis, Stephanie Morgenstern, Adam Barken, Rachel Langer, Julie Puckrin, Tamara Moulin, Anusree Roy, Sami Khan, and Carmine Pierre Dufour wrote the series.

How to Watch Transplant Season 2 Online From Anywhere

You can watch the show easily from the comfort of your home with cable TVs or streaming services such as Peacock or Hulu. However, if you are traveling abroad, you might find that you don’t have access to these services due to geo-restrictions. So you can watch Transplant Season 2 with a VPN that will allow you to change your IP address, making it seem like you’re back home. This also works if the content is not originally available in your country.

When it comes to the best VPN to use while streaming, we recommend ExpressVPN. With thousands of servers all around the globe that provide fast and stable connections, it also offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. Try ExpressVPN for 30 days RISK-FREE as they provide secure connections that keep your personal data private. It is beginner-friendly as well!

To get started, all you need to do is subscribe to ExpressVPN (49% discount and 3 Months FREE) on their website. After filling in your details, select a plan, create an account and download the native VPN app for your device. Now all you need to do to watch Transplant Season 2 online is to switch on the VPN, change your server and then access your preferred streaming service.

How to Watch Transplant Season 2 in the US

As we mentioned before, the series will premiere on American television thanks to NBC, on March 6, 2022. If you’re in the US, you can watch the series for free on the NBC website or app. You can also watch it on Peacock, the NBCU-owned streaming service, for free once you log in.

How to watch Transplant Season 2 without cable:

You can also watch it on FuboTV, where you can stream Transplant from the NBC channel that is included in their service. Watch it on their website or on your mobile phone, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or any other device that supports the FuboTV app. Their subscription ranges from $64.99 for a starter plan, $69.99 for the pro plan, and $79.99 for the elite plan, per month. Enjoy a 7-day free trial of FuboTV before you pay for a plan of your choice.

Additionally, people in the US can also stream the medical drama on SlingTV – where NBC is included in their “Sling Blue” bundle. Get a 3-day free trial of SlingTV, following which you need to pay a subscription fee of $35 per month for the "Blue" bundle (42 channels, best for entertainment and news). You can enjoy the show on the website or on your phone, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or any other supported device.

The second season of Transplant will also be available on Hulu+Live TV. You can avail the subscription of Hulu + Live TV now with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $69.99 per month. Additionally, they also offer a Live TV Only plan for $68.99 per month.

If you are traveling abroad, you would need to use a VPN to access the aforementioned live TV and streaming platforms. Watch Transplant Season 2 without cable easily at the comfort of your own space. Just select a US server in your VPN to bypass the geo-blockades, and then open the streaming service. In this way, you can enjoy unrestricted content from anywhere.

How to Watch Transplant Season 2 in the UK

Viewers in the UK can also watch the show on Peacock, as the streaming platform launched in the UK and Ireland in November last year. It is available at no extra charge to subscribers of the Sky TV and NOW platforms. The NOW membership offers a 7-day free trial and a subscription fee of £24.98 a month after that for their most popular plan, "Entertainment & Cinema + Boost." Some of their other plans cost £14.99 (Cinema + Boost or Entertainment + Boost) and £4.99 (hayu membership, with a 7-day free trial) per month.

Unfortunately, most streaming platforms are geo-restricted. You won't be able to access your library while traveling to another country. However, there is a simple step to bypass this problem. If you want to access these services, like SkyNOW, while on vacation, we recommend you use a VPN. Just remember to select a server from back home before you stream the show.

How to Watch Transplant Season 2 in Canada for FREE

The second season of the show premiered on January 3, 2022, on CTV in Canada. So you can easily watch the latest episode here for free. To view the previous episodes, all you need to do is log in with your cable provider. You can also buy it as a download on Apple iTunes for $19.99 (full season) and Google Play Movies for $14.99 (full season).

As you might know by now, most streaming services are geo-restricted, so if you are traveling abroad, you won't be able to watch Transplant Season 2. In order to bypass the geo-blocks of the service, you need to use a capable VPN. After you get your hands on your VPN service, just connect to a Canadian server, and you’re good to stream!

How to Watch Transplant Season 2 in Australia

Unfortunately, the second season of Transplant is not available to stream in Australia right now. However, you can stream the first season on SBS on Demand currently.

If you'd like to catch up on the series before the second season premieres, you can do so easily. As you must know by now, most streaming services are usually geo-restricted outside the country where you created your account. To lift any geo-blockades while you're traveling abroad, we recommend you use a reliable VPN. Select a server located in Australia and turn on the VPN before accessing a steaming site.

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