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Pop Culture Happy Hour: All Bunnies Go To Heaven On 'The Good Doctor'

Uproxx TV critic Alan Sepinwall joins the panel to talk about the big broadcast hit of the current season: The Good Doctor.
Dr. Shaun Murphy (Freddie Highmore) and Dr. Jared Kalu (Chuku Modu) treat a patient on The Good Doctor. Source: Eike Schroter

Hospital shows are a network TV staple. There are more than 625 episodes of just and combined — and is still going. Just as last, ABC has gotten lucky with the hospital show . Part , part part , and based on a Korean television show, stars Freddie Highmore as Sean Murphy, a surgical resident with autism, and Richard Schiff as the supervisor and mentor who tries to protect him as the world and the hospital place obstacles in his way.

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