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The Good Doctor, Season 2HDClosed Captioning

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Description

Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome, relocates from a quiet country life to join a prestigious hospital's surgical unit. Alone in the world and unable to personally connect with those around him, Shaun uses his extraordinary medical gifts to save lives and challenge the skepticism of his colleagues.

Customer Reviews

Finally, mental diversity represented as GOOD thing

ADD ON:

Vaccines are an effective method of disease prevention since the eradication of polio in US territory, and the defeat of smallpox. Believe what you want to, but you didn’t go through for years of medical school, five to eight years of residency and a three years in a fellowship. So don’t act like you have all your facts straight until you refer to Snopes.com to myth-bust.

FYI, I enjoy this show and I’m politically NEUTRAL. I don’t see anything about this that says “left” aside from a few patients. But patients are diverse and have their OWN ideologies, so don’t expect a completely left or right patient load!

RANT OVER:

Why the hate? This is literally the only show I’ve seen so far that bothers to go beyond, “African American character, Latino character, gay characters, ok were done with diversity “
It’s great to have an ethnically diverse cast, but not many shows go on to include characters with different neurology or mental health conditions.
And if they ever do, that character is usually used as a prop for pity or inspiration where better writing could’ve stood. Netflix’s Atypical? Typical unpopular kid in high school. Rain Man? Used as a tool by Charlie. And don’t get me started on numerous children’s books that present autism as a disease of futility.
This show actually depicts someone on the spectrum who is successful despite troubled childhood, AND shows that it ain’t shameful either! (And none of that over-the-top House drama)

Liked it until they started attacking holistic medicine

To the stupid writers of what is otherwise an awesome show: Is it really necessary to attack others who don't share your views? Case in point....your episode about the boy with the weird spine problem who's unvaccinated. Boy, you're all over how evil these parents are and then of course you have to throw homeopathy under the bus. You quite obviously have no information on other modalities and also know nothing about how to support a healthy immune system. Then showing your incredible brilliance the doctor vaccinates the kid for chicken pox and later in the show you say he's vaccinated for measles and "thank God you won't die of measles now!!!!" No one dies of measles or chicken pox unless they're SO immune compromised that they're going to die anyways. Idiots. And BTW on another episode you showed a guy with a collapsed lung who when they stuck a chest tube in suddenly takes a deep breath...."thanks doc!!!!" Idiots, that's not how a collapsed lung and a chest tube work. If it wasn't for the brilliant Freddy Highmore and a good cast I'd quit watching. Get off your stupid soap box, do your research and just write a decent show that doesn't attack others in a country that still has the right to choose what we do to our bodies!!!!!

Really Great Show - Unique!

I love this show! He was amazing in Bates Motel & this just shows how dynamic he can be!

The Good Doctor, Season 2
View in iTunes $29.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Sep 24, 2018
  • CCin English

Customer Ratings

ABC

Watch The Good Doctor Mondays at 10 p.m. / 9c on ABC