ITV have confirmed that sadly, The Good Karma Hospital won’t return for its third season until 2019 – meaning we have about a year to wait for new episodes. However, previous series of the drama have aired in as early as March so it may well be that the third season will be shown at a similar point in 2019. We’re keeping our fingers crossed…
Will all of our favourite cast members return for The Good Karma Hospital season 3?
Season two of the India-based drama ended on a romantic cliff-hanger, with junior doctor Ruby Walker (Amrita Acharia) telling love interest Dr Gabriel Varma (James Floyd) that she needed time alone to focus on her work – but that she hoped he’d wait for her.
So will the couple return to continue their relationship? It’s looking very likely that both Amrita and James will be a part of season three – in roles similar to those they played in season two.
Amanda Redman also holds one of the leading roles in the popular series. As Dr Lydia Fonseca, she runs the clinic, serving India’s sick and unwell population.
As one of the main characters, it’s thought that Amanda will also return for season three. It’s also believed that Neil Morrisey will return, in his role as Greg.
When will The Good Karma Hospital season 3 start filming?
ITV have confirmed that filming is set to begin on series three very soon… in August! So it’s likely we’ll get lots more exciting teasers from then. We’re keeping our eyes peeled!
How many episodes will there be?
As with previous seasons, six episodes of the series have been commissioned for season three.
Will you be watching The Good Karma Hospital when it returns?