'Good Doctor' is undergoing a few huge changes in the new season

Apr 08, 2018
01:31 A.M.
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As the fans await the much-awaited return of the popular medical drama for its second season, here are some changes that fans may expect.


ABC's popular medical drama The Good Doctor would soon be returning with its second season. Although the exact premiere date has not been fixed yet, a number of changes to the show were reported by Pop Sugar.

The show is one of the most adored TV programs and the finale of the first season has left the audience with many 'lingering questions,' the source reported. Here are some of the lesser known things that one may expect from Season 2.

1. Shaun's story will see several 'twists and turns'

Executive producer Daniel Dae Kim revealed that the main character of Shaun was going to face many trials in the second season. Kim stated that his journey is "going to have a couple of twists and turns" which he finds incredibly compelling.


2. One of the doctors will not make a return

Actor Chuku Modu, who played Dr. Jared Kalu, will not be returning for Season. As hinted in the season finale of the first season, Dr. Kalu seems likely to take that job offer in Colorado.

But the producers are lining up several other actors to cast as series regulars in his place.

3. Dr. Glassman's Diagnosis will be further explored

It was revealed during the finale of season one that Dr. Glassman has brain cancer. Going into the next season, it has been confirmed that his medical struggle will be further explored and the producers were going to follow through on his treatment.


4. San Jose St. Bonaventure to go through several changes

The finale of season one ends with Shaun's surgical error which gets him as well as Glassman into trouble. As the season ended with Shaun and Glassman both walking into Dr. Marcus Andrews office, fans are worried about Glassman's future.

It was revealed that following the events, Glassman's role was going to be a lot different, with his relationship dynamics changing with changes in the hierarchy.