The Good Doctor decides to tease multiple characters being written or killed off because ending things on a happy note is not an option.
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While it seemed the major storyline would be Shaun and Lea getting down the aisle, a new character may make that a secondary issue.
While a noted end of an era for one character, it is also the beginning of a rather special chapter for one of the pairings.
With two kids in a life-threatening condition due to a shooting, it puts into perspective, not just child-rearing but also how different belief systems clash.
As we end the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic on The Good Doctor, we lose cast member(s), but a few gain what they need to press on so the season can truly begin.
Weeks have passed since the 3rd season finale, and with “The Good Doctor” integrating COVID-19 comes a show with renewed energy.
Season 3 of “The Good Doctor,” especially the second half, felt like it was meant to do course correction and present fans with long-desired moments and open them to new possibilities.
So, “The Good Doctor” decides to end its third season in a very dramatic fashion in ways which may make it unrecognizable in season 4.
Shaun may have found a way to bring Lea back into the fold, which bothers Carly. However, not as much as Alex is bothered by Dr. Melendez not siding with him.
Loss and the adjustment required to bring something into your heart is the focus of the first half of season 3, and for no character is it easy.