The Good Karma Hospital: Series 3 (2020)
Tuesday 7th April 2020
For a spoonful of sun-drenched TV medicine, it's time to head back to The Good Karma Hospital and the stunning shores of South India for a third series of the popular ITV drama. Following its run this spring, The Good Karma Hospital: Series 3 arrives on DVD thanks to Acorn Media International, alongside The Good Karma Hospital Complete Series 1 - 3 DVD Box Set on 20th April 2020.
The close-knit, hardworking team at the run down, but resourceful medical centre in the tropical Indian coastal town, led by the formidable Dr Lydia Fonseca (Amanda Redman - New Tricks), and junior doctor Ruby Walker (Amrita Acharia - Game of Thrones), must face their most shocking case yet when one of their own team is injured in a vicious acid attack. Meanwhile, Ruby's simmering relationship with Dr Gabriel Varma (James Krishna Floyd - Of Kings and Prophets) must contend with the arrival of Dr Aisha Ray (Priyanka Bose - Lion), a glamorous older surgeon from Gabriel's past who sweeps into town on the miracle train, which provides life-saving surgeries with the latest equipment.
Lydia's boyfriend Greg (Neil Morrissey - Line of Duty) has his life turned upside down when his whirlwind daughter Tommy (Scarlett Alice Johnson - Eastenders) blows into town out of the blue, forcing him to reconnect with his past. But when a surprise illness strikes, no beloved character is safe. Could it be the end for one our favourites?
Series three also introduces us to a visiting Brit, Ted Dalrymple (Kenneth Cranham - Hatton Garden), an older man on a mission to find a love from his past. As Ruby manages his deteriorating health, she aids him on his quest. While the medics continue to face professional and personal challenges, their dedication to the hospital and their patients never falters, even as they're pushed to their very limits.
Check in to The Good Karma Hospital - on the doctor's orders.
- 15 minute behind the scenes with cast and crew
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.