The Good Doctor (TV series)

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The Good Doctor
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GenreMedical drama
Based onGood Doctor
by Park Jae-bum
Developed byDavid Shore
Starring
ComposerDan Romer
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes83 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Producers
  • Ron French
  • Freddie Highmore
  • Konshik Yu
  • Min Soo Kee
  • Shawn Williamson
  • David Renaud
  • Rebecca Moline
Production locationsVancouver, British Columbia
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time41–44 minutes
Production companies
Distributor
Release
Original networkABC
Picture formatHDTV 720p
Audio format5.1 surround sound
Original releaseSeptember 25, 2017 (2017-09-25) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related showsGood Doctor (South Korean TV series)
External links
Official website

The Good Doctor is an American medical drama television series based on the 2013 South Korean series of the same name. Actor Daniel Dae Kim noticed the original series and bought the rights for his production company. He began adapting the series and, in 2015, eventually shopped it to CBS, his home network. CBS decided against creating a pilot. Because Kim felt so strongly about the series, he bought back the rights from CBS. Eventually, Sony Pictures Television and Kim worked out a deal and brought on David Shore, creator of the Fox medical drama House, to develop the series.[1]

The show is produced by Sony Pictures Television and ABC Studios, in association with production companies Shore Z Productions, 3AD, and Entermedia. David Shore serves as showrunner and Daniel Dae Kim is an executive producer for the show.

The series stars Freddie Highmore as Shaun Murphy, a young autistic savant surgical resident at the fictional San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital. Hill Harper, Christina Chang, Richard Schiff, Will Yun Lee, Fiona Gubelmann, Paige Spara, Noah Galvin, Bria Samoné Henderson and Osvaldo Benavides also star in the show. Nicholas Gonzalez, Antonia Thomas, Chuku Modu, Beau Garrett, Tamlyn Tomita, and Jasika Nicole used to also star or having recurring roles in the show, but their characters were written off. The series received a put pilot commitment at ABC after a previous attempted series did not move forward at CBS Television Studios in 2015; The Good Doctor was ordered to series in May 2017. On October 3, 2017, ABC picked up the series for a full season of 18 episodes. The series is primarily filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The series debuted on September 25, 2017. The Good Doctor has received generally mixed reviews from critics, who have praised Highmore's performance but criticized the series' storylines. The portrayal of autism has also divided critical opinion. In May 2021, the series was renewed for a fifth season which premiered on September 27, 2021.

Premise[edit]

The series follows Shaun Murphy, a young autistic surgeon with savant syndrome from the small city of Casper, Wyoming, where he had a troubled past. He relocates to San Jose, California, to work at the prestigious San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital.[2]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Freddie Highmore as Dr. Shaun Murphy, an autistic surgical resident.[3] His savant abilities include near-photographic recall and the ability to note minute details and changes. His hiring created a divided opinion among the board. He is portrayed in flashbacks to his teen years by Graham Verchere.[4]
  • Nicholas Gonzalez as Dr. Neil Melendez, an attending cardiothoracic surgeon in charge of the surgical residents. He died at the end of season 3 and came back as visions to Claire in season 4.[3] (seasons 1–3; special guest season 4)
  • Antonia Thomas as Dr. Claire Browne, a surgical resident who forms a close friendship with Shaun. Claire is known for her empathy and emotional maturity, and is usually very patient and understanding when communicating with Shaun. At the end of season 4, she decides to remain in Guatemala in order to continue helping the less fortunate get much needed medical care.[5] (seasons 1–4)[6]
  • Chuku Modu as Dr. Jared Kalu, a surgical resident from a wealthy family. He moves to Denver at the start of season 2 after conflicting with Dr. Andrews.[7] (seasons 1–2)[a]
  • Beau Garrett as Jessica Preston, the hospital in-house attorney and Vice President of Risk Management. She is the granddaughter of the hospital founder and a friend of Dr. Glassman.[8] (season 1; guest season 4)
  • Irene Keng as Dr. Elle McLean, a surgical resident. (season 1)[b]
  • Hill Harper as Dr. Marcus Andrews, an attending surgeon specializing in plastic surgery. In season one he is the Chief of Surgery who is eyeing Dr. Glassman's job as hospital president. In season 2, he becomes president after Glassman resigns. After being fired as hospital president after the events of season 2, he accepts an offer to return as attending surgeon from Dr. Lim. His niece Dr. Olivia Jackson is one of the surgical residents in season 4.[9]
  • Richard Schiff as Dr. Aaron Glassman, President of the San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital and former attending neurosurgeon, who has been a mentor and good friend of Shaun since he was 14.[10][11]
  • Tamlyn Tomita as Allegra Aoki, Chairwoman of the San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital Board and Vice President of the foundation that controls the hospital's funding.[12] (seasons 1–2; guest, season 3)
  • Will Yun Lee as Dr. Alex Park, a surgical resident and a former police officer from Phoenix, Arizona who decided to become a doctor.[13] (season 2–present; recurring, season 1)
  • Fiona Gubelmann as Dr. Morgan Reznick, a competitive surgical resident who has a subtle rivalry with Claire as they have opposite personalities and work ethics.[14][15] In season 4, she switches from surgery to internal medicine due to the damage she inflicted on her hands at the end of season 3. (season 2–present; recurring, season 1)
  • Christina Chang as Dr. Audrey Lim, an attending trauma surgeon in charge of the ER and surgical residents and later the Chief of Surgery. In season 4, she develops post-traumatic stress disorder from her experiences with treating the COVID-19 pandemic. (season 2–present; recurring, season 1)
  • Paige Spara as Lea Dilallo, Shaun's love interest until she left to pursue her dream. Later after she returned, they decided to be platonic close friends and roommates, but they finally became a couple in the season 3 finale. In season 4, she and Shaun were expecting a baby girl together before she has a miscarriage due to a medical problem. At the end of Season 4, Lea gets engaged to Shaun. Lea works as an automotive engineer in the first two seasons before becoming Glassman's assistant in season 3. In season 4, she has become the head of the hospital's IT department. (season 2–present; recurring, season 1)
  • Jasika Nicole as Dr. Carly Lever, the hospital's head pathologist introduced in season 1 who becomes Shaun's co-worker in season 2 and girlfriend in season 3. However, Carly breaks up with Shaun near the end of season 3 after realizing that he's in love with Lea. (season 3; recurring seasons 1–2)
  • Bria Samoné Henderson as Dr. Jordan Allen: One of the new surgical residents who is also a successful inventor. She is initially one of Shaun's junior residents along with Olivia but is later assigned to Claire along with Enrique. (season 5-present;[16] recurring, season 4)[17]
  • Noah Galvin as Dr. Asher Wolke: One of the new surgical residents. He is a former Hasidic Jew and the son of a rabbi who became an atheist after leaving his Hasidic community at eighteen and is also openly gay. He is a graduate of New York University majoring in neurology. He is assigned as Claire's junior resident with Enrique but is later Shaun's resident along with Olivia. (season 5-present;[16] recurring, season 4)[17]
  • Osvaldo Benavides as Dr. Mateo Rendón Osma: A Mexican-American surgeon whom the team meets in Guatemala and who decides to return to the United States afterwards. He begins forming a romantic relationship with Lim during their time together in Guatemala. (season 5;[18] guest season 4)

Recurring[edit]

  • Dylan Kingwell as Steve Murphy (season 1, 3): Shaun's late younger brother, in flashbacks[4] and later dreams and visions. He also portrays Evan Gallico, a boy in the present that resembles Shaun's brother and is suffering from stage 4 osteosarcoma.
  • Elfina Luk as Nurse Villanueva
  • Teryl Rothery as J.L.
  • Chris D'Elia as Kenny (season 1): Shaun's new neighbor, who moves into Lea's apartment. Shaun mentioned that he was arrested when Lea returned.
  • Sheila Kelley as hospital barista Debbie Wexler, a love interest for Dr. Glassman and later his fiancée and wife. After getting fired in the third season, she becomes Glassman's office manager. In season 4, they separate after a series of arguments. Kelley is married to Richard Schiff, who plays Glassman.
  • Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Marina Blaize (season 2), an oncologist[19]
  • Daniel Dae Kim as Dr. Jackson Han (season 2), former Chief of Surgery of San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital, who had trouble with Shaun's behavior and autism.[20]
  • Sharon Leal as Breeze Browne (season 3; guest season 1–2), Dr. Claire Browne's mother who suffers from bipolar disorder. She dies in a car crash in the season 3 episode "Claire."
  • Ricky He as Kellan Park (season 2–4), Dr. Park's estranged son[21]
  • Karin Konoval as Deena Petringa (season 2–4), a nurse at St. Bonaventure who is often seen assisting in surgeries or monitoring patients. She dies of COVID-19 in "Frontline Part Two" in season four. In the same episode, its revealed that she has been a nurse for forty years and has a son and granddaughter.
  • Brian Marc as Dr. Enrique "Ricky" Guerin (season 4): One of the new surgical residents who has a laid-back attitude and is polyamorous. He is assigned as one of Claire's junior residents. Enrique eventually decides to leave St. Bonaventure in order to join a program that will allow him to help out in needy areas of the world.[17]
  • Summer Brown as Dr. Olivia Jackson (season 4): One of the new surgical residents coming from Chicago initially who is dual majoring in neonatal and pediatric oncology. Her parents are also both surgeons. Olivia has both an MD and PhD from Harvard. She is also secretly the niece of Dr. Marcus Andrews. She is one of Shaun's junior residents before getting herself fired after falsely taking credit as a whistleblower, having never actually wanted to be a doctor in the first place.[17]
  • Rachel Bay Jones as Salen Morrison, who buys St. Bonaventure at the start of season 5. She is described by executive producer David Shore as an "internal nemesis".[22][23]

Notable guests[edit]

  • Eve Gordon as Nurse Fryday (season 1)[24]
  • Eric Winter as Dr. Matt Coyle (season 1), a suave doctor who charms the hospital's staff, until he makes explicit advances towards Claire.[25]
  • Marsha Thomason as Dr. Isabel Barnes (season 1), Dr. Marcus Andrews' wife. [26]
  • Kelly Blatz as Aidan Coulter, donor and Allegra's love interest
  • Manny Jacinto as Bobby Ato, in the 10th episode of the first season, "Sacrifice"
  • Tim Russ as Chuck, in the 3rd episode of the first season, "Oliver"
  • Kandyse McClure as Celez (season 1), patient and later love interest of Dr. Kalu
  • Necar Zadegan as Dr. Jordan Ko. (season 1; guest season 2)
  • Holly Taylor as Maddie Glassman (season 2), Dr. Glassman's deceased daughter, who appears to him as a hallucination.
  • Andres Joseph as Jake Dahlen (season 2), Lea's boyfriend
  • Natasha Calis as Jess Barnes (season 2), urges Sadie Barnes to tell them that she had a premonition of her death prior to the climb
  • Vered Blonstein as Lana Moore, a patient and the only autistic female character on the series.[27]
  • Alex Plank as Javier "Javi" Maldonado, Lana Moore's roommate and sexual partner, who is also autistic.[27]
  • Jennifer Birmingham as Mia Wuellner, Dr. Alex Park's former wife with whom he has begun a reconciliation. In real life, Birmingham is married to Will Yun Lee who portrays Park and they have a son together.
  • Robert Sean Leonard as Shamus O'Malley (season 2), a patient whose leg is pierced by the bill of a prize marlin leading to the revelation that he has bone cancer.
  • Michael Trucco as Ethan Murphy (season 3), Shaun's long-estranged father, who later dies of cancer.
  • Moises Arias as Luka (season 3), a drug mule hospitalized after a drug balloon bursts inside him.
  • Casar Jacobson as Bartender (season 3), Dr. Murphy "calls the shots" [orders tequila] and the deaf bartender delivers.
  • Annette O'Toole as Caroline Reznick (season 3), Morgan's mother.
  • Adam Beach as Billy Carr (Season 4), it is discovered that Billy has skin cancer instead of an ingrown hair. He remains positive with a sunny disposition and pulls through.
  • Michael Liu as Dr. John Lundberg (season 4): A resident applicant in season 4. The team wish to hire him, but he withdraws his application because he finds the doctors' socialization and discussion of their personal lives to be "unprofessional."
  • Sam Robert Muik as Dr. Will Hooper (season 4), a resident applicant who graduated top of his class at Stanford. An Olympic rower pursuing orthopedics, Hooper's arrogant and obnoxious personality puts off the other doctors despite his intelligence, and he is rejected.
  • Christian Clemenson as Dr. Silas Chambers (season 4).
  • Hiro Kanagawa as Dr. Paul Nakano (season 4), a cardiac surgeon and Dr. Andrews' former mentor as a resident.
  • Derek McGrath as Artie Hill (season 4), had a bypass which Dr. Nakano performed. Shaun thought that Dr. Nakano had made a mistake, but discovers he was wrong and helps to do the correct procedure to save Artie's life.

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedRankAverage viewership
(in millions)
First airedLast aired
118September 25, 2017 (2017-09-25)March 26, 2018 (2018-03-26)715.61[28]
218September 24, 2018 (2018-09-24)March 11, 2019 (2019-03-11)1212.20[29]
320September 23, 2019 (2019-09-23)March 30, 2020 (2020-03-30)1110.82[30]
420November 2, 2020 (2020-11-02)June 7, 2021 (2021-06-07)198.16[31]
5TBASeptember 27, 2021 (2021-09-27)TBATBATBA

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In May 2014, CBS Television Studios began development on an American remake of the hit South Korean medical drama Good Doctor with Daniel Dae Kim as producer. Kim explained the appeal of adapting the series as "something that can fit into a recognizable world, with a breadth of characters that can be explored in the long run".[32] The story of an autistic pediatric surgeon was to be set in Boston and projected to air in August 2015.[33][34] However, CBS did not pick up the project and it moved to Sony Pictures Television, with a put pilot commitment from ABC in October 2016. The series is developed by David Shore, who is executive producing alongside Kim, Sebastian Lee, and David Kim.[35] ABC officially ordered the series to pilot in January 2017.[36]

On May 11, 2017, ABC ordered to series as a co-production with Sony Pictures Television and ABC Studios,[37] and it was officially picked up for a season of 18 episodes on October 3, 2017.[38] On March 7, 2018, ABC renewed the series for a second season.[39] On February 5, 2019, during the TCA press tour, ABC renewed the series for a third season which premiered on September 23, 2019.[40][41][42] On February 10, 2020, ABC renewed the series for a fourth season which premiered on November 2, 2020.[43][44] On August 6, 2020, it was reported that the fourth season opener is set to focus on the COVID-19 pandemic.[45] On May 3, 2021, ABC renewed the series for a fifth season which premiered on September 27, 2021.[46][47]

Casting[edit]

On February 17, 2017, Antonia Thomas was cast as Dr. Claire Browne, a strong-willed and talented doctor who forms a special connection with Shaun.[5] A week later, Freddie Highmore was cast in the lead role as Dr. Shaun Murphy, an autistic surgeon; and Nicholas Gonzalez was cast as Dr. Neil Melendez, the boss of the surgical residents at the hospital.[3] The next month, Chuku Modu was cast as resident Dr. Jared Kalu (originally Dr. Jared Unger);[7] Hill Harper as head of surgery Dr. Marcus Andrews (originally Dr. Horace Andrews); Irene Keng as resident Dr. Elle McLean;[9] and Richard Schiff was cast as Dr. Aaron Glassman (originally Dr. Ira Glassman), the hospital president and Shaun's mentor.[10][37] Schiff was shortly followed by Beau Garrett as hospital board member Jessica Preston and a friend of Dr. Glassman.[8] In September 2017, Tamlyn Tomita was promoted to the principal cast as Allegra Aoki.[12]


In April 2018, it was revealed that Will Yun Lee, Fiona Gubelmann, Christina Chang, and Paige Spara had been promoted to series regulars for the second season, after recurring in the first as Alex, Morgan, Audrey, and Lea, respectively.[48] In addition, it was announced that Chuku Modu would not return for the second season.[48] On September 19, 2018, it was announced that Beau Garrett had left the series ahead of the second-season premiere.[49]

The Surrey, British Columbia city hall serves as the fictional San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital in exterior shots.[50]

In January 2019, it was announced that executive producer Daniel Dae Kim had been added in a recurring role during the second season.[20] In July 2019, it was announced that Jasika Nicole was promoted to series regular for the third season.[51] In October 2020, Noah Galvin, Summer Brown, Bria Samoné Henderson, and Brian Marc were cast in recurring roles for the fourth season.[17] In May 2021, Galvin and Henderson were promoted to series regulars for the fifth season.[16] In June 2021, Osvaldo Benavides was promoted to series regular for the fifth season.[18]

Filming[edit]

Production on the pilot took place from March 21 to April 6, 2017, in Vancouver, British Columbia.[52][53] Filming for the rest of the season began on July 26, 2017, and concluded on March 1, 2018.[54] Filming for season two began on June 27, 2018, and concluded on February 12, 2019.[55] Filming for the third season began on June 19, 2019 and concluded on March 3, 2020.[56] Filming for the fourth season was originally scheduled to begin on August 4, 2020 and conclude on April 13, 2021, but was later postponed to September 2, 2020, and concluded on May 14, 2021.[57][58] The fifth season began production on August 16, 2021, and is scheduled to conclude on April 29, 2022.[59]

Music[edit]

Emmy-nominated Dan Romer serves as the primary composer for the series.[60][61] He won an ASCAP Screen Music Award for his work on the show.[62][63]

Release[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

The Good Doctor began airing on September 25, 2017, on ABC in the United States,[64] and on CTV in Canada.[65] Sky Witness acquired the broadcast rights for the United Kingdom and Ireland.[66] Seven Network airs the series in Australia.[67] Colors Infinity acquired the rights to the series for the Indian Subcontinent in October 2017, airing each episode 24 hours after its US broadcast.[68] Wowow, the largest Japanese private satellite and pay-per-view television network in Japan acquired the rights to broadcast the series beginning in April 2018.[69] In the Netherlands, the series began airing on January 29, 2018, on RTL 4 and on video-on-demand service Videoland.[70] In Italy, the series premiered on Rai 1 on July 17, 2018, setting a record of 5.2 million total viewers from 9:30 pm to 11:45 pm, reaching a share of 31,7% in the third episode[71] and entering the Top 10 of Most Watched Foreign TV Series in Italy at No.5,[72] an event since the leaderboard never changed again after the last entry on November 14, 2007 with an episode of House.[73][72] In Brazil, the series was the first international production to be released at the TV Globo's video-on-demand service Globoplay.[74] On August 27, the two first episodes was aired at Globo free-to-air television network to announce the launch of the series in the streaming service.[75] On March 20, 2020, the Chilean public broadcaster Televisión Nacional de Chile announces the arrival of the series, with a "Coming soon" advertisement.[76] In Bulgaria, the series began airing on July 13, 2020, on bTV.[77]

Marketing[edit]

A full-length trailer was released for ABC's May 2017 Upfront presentation, which /Film's Ethan Anderton described the concept as feeling like "House meets Rain Man, that just might be enough to make it interesting". However, he questioned "how long can audiences be entranced by both the brilliance of [Highmore's] character's savant skills and the difficulties that come from his autism in the workplace."[78] Daniel Fienberg of The Hollywood Reporter felt the trailer was "both kinda progressive and really dated". He added, "Too much felt on-the-nose—especially Hill Harper as the main character's detractor and Richard Schiff as his noble defender", while also commentating that "On-the-nose/premise is how you have to trailer a show like this, and maybe spaced out over 43 minutes it won't grate."[79] Ben Travers and Steve Greene for IndieWire called it "a serious trailer for a serious subject. The first glimpse of Highmore's character hints that they're toeing the line between presenting a thoughtful depiction of his condition and using his perceptive abilities as a kind of secret weapon."[80] The trailer had been viewed over 25.4 million times after a week of its release, including over 22 million views on Facebook.[81]

The pilot was screened at ABC's PaleyFest event on September 9, 2017.[82] On March 22, 2018, members of the cast as well as executive producers Shore and Kim attended the 35th annual PaleyFest LA to promote the series, along with a screening of the season finale of the first season.[83]

Streaming[edit]

In May 2018, Hulu acquired the SVOD rights to new and past episodes of the series to air exclusively on Hulu, with future episodes becoming available the day after their original broadcast on ABC.[84] In New Zealand, the show is available exclusively for streaming on Lightbox. The pilot episode was made available for viewing on February 5, 2018 with the newer episodes coming express from the US.[85][86][87] In Canada, the series streams on Crave. In India, the series streams exclusively on Sony LIV at the same time as U.S. Broadcast and show's first three seasons are available to stream on Amazon Prime Video and Netflix too.[88]

Home media[edit]

Region 1

  • Season One: August 7, 2018[89]
  • Season Two: August 6, 2019[90]
  • Season Three: August 4, 2020[91]
  • Season Four: August 31, 2021[92]

Region 2 (UK)

  • Complete Season One: October 8, 2018[93]

Region 4 (Australia)

  • Season One: August 15, 2018[94]
  • Season Two: July 10, 2019[95]
  • Season One–Season Two: July 10, 2019[96]
  • Season Three: July 15, 2020[97]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Viewership and ratings per season of The Good Doctor
Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership
rank
Avg. viewers
(millions)
18–49
rank
Avg. 18–49
rating
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
1 Monday 10:00 pm[98] 18 September 25, 2017 (2017-09-25) 11.22[99] March 26, 2018 (2018-03-26) 9.52[100] 2017–18 7 15.61 9 3.4[28]
2 18 September 24, 2018 (2018-09-24) 7.35[101] March 11, 2019 (2019-03-11) 7.78[102] 2018–19 12 12.20 12 2.4[29]
3 20 September 23, 2019 (2019-09-23) 6.26[103] March 30, 2020 (2020-03-30) 7.71[104] 2019–20 11 10.82 13 1.8[30]
4 20 November 2, 2020 (2020-11-02) 4.87[105] June 7, 2021 (2021-06-07) 3.99[106] 2020–21 19 8.16 22 1.2[31]
5 TBA September 27, 2021 (2021-09-27) 3.99[107] TBA TBD 2021–22 TBD TBD TBD TBD

The series premiere earned a 2.2/9 rating in the 18- to 49-year-old demographic, with 11.22 million total viewers, making it the most watched Monday drama debut on ABC in 21 years, since Dangerous Minds in September 1996, and the highest rated Monday drama in the 18–49 demographic in 8.5 years, since Castle in March 2009.[108] Factoring live plus seven-day ratings, the pilot was watched by a total of 19.2 million viewers and set a record for DVR viewers with 7.9 million, surpassing the record of 7.67 million set by the pilot of Designated Survivor in 2016.[109] According to TV Guide's November 13–26 issue, the October 9 episode attracted 18.2 million viewers, beating out both high-rated CBS shows NCIS and The Big Bang Theory for the most viewed primetime show that week.[110]

Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the first season has an approval rating of 63% based on 43 reviews, with an average rating of 5.60/10. The website's consensus reads, "The Good Doctor's heavy-handed bedside manner undermines a solid lead performance, but under all the emotionally manipulative gimmickry, there's still plenty of room to improve."[111] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 53 out of 100 based on 15 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[112]

Giving his first impression of the series' pilot for TVLine, Matt Webb Mitovich stated, "The Good Doctor boasts great DNA... [and] has the potential to be a refreshingly thought-provoking hospital drama, based on the buttons pushed in the pilot alone." He enjoyed the "warm dynamic" of Schiff and Highmore, while describing Thomas' character as "our emotional 'in' to Shaun's distinct, distant world". He noted that "it takes a while to build up momentum", but concluded that "the very final scene packs quite a punch, as Dr. Murphy unwittingly puts a colleague on notice".[113]

The New York Times television critic James Poniewozik notes in his Critic's Notebook column that, for the most part, the drama is a "hospital melodrama with whiz-bang medical science, a dash of intra-staff romance and shameless sentimentality." Discussing the main characters Shaun and Dr. Aaron Glassman (Richard Schiff), Poniewozik writes that "Mr. Schiff is convincing in the role and Mr. Highmore is striking in his."[114]

Speaking of Freddie Highmore's Golden Globe nomination on Monday, December 11, 2017, for his role in The Good Doctor, Laura Bradley, writing for Vanity Fair says: "... Freddie Highmore received the awards recognition that has long and unjustly eluded him..." Bradley feels that Highmore's performance has been "the central key" to the show's enormous success and while the show received lukewarm reviews, most critics have praised Highmore's work.[115]

Christy Duan, Vasilis K. Pozios and Praveen R. Kambam wrote in their critique for The Hollywood Reporter that The Good Doctor presents a belief that autistic individuals only benefit society when they possess savant abilities.[116] This is similar to arguments made by Douwe Draaisma that directors look to make an authentic representation of autism and create a character with savant skills.[117]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
2018 Golden Globe Awards Best Actor – Television Series Drama Freddie Highmore Nominated [118][119]
Humanitas Prize 60-Minute Category David Shore (for "Burnt Food") Won [120]
ASCAP Screen Music Awards Top Network TV series Dan Romer Won [121]
Banff Rockie Awards Scripted Melodrama Series The Good Doctor Won [122]
The Hollywood Reporter Impact Award The Good Doctor Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Drama TV Actor Freddie Highmore Nominated [123]
Seoul International Drama Awards Best Series Drama The Good Doctor Nominated [124][125]
Best Actor Freddie Highmore Nominated
Best Screenwriter David Shore Nominated
People's Choice Awards The Male TV Star of 2018 Freddie Highmore Nominated [126]
2019 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actor in a Drama Series Freddie Highmore Nominated [127]
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Richard Schiff Nominated
Humanitas Prize 60-Minute Category David Shore and Lloyd Gilyard, Jr. (for "More") Nominated [128]
GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBT character) "She" Nominated [129]
Leo Awards Best Dramatic Series Shawn Williamson, Mike Listo, David Shore, Freddie Highmore, Erin Gunn, Liz Friedman, Daniel Dae Kim, Thomas Moran, and David Hoselton Nominated [130]
Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series Ricky He (for "Quarantine") Nominated
Monte-Carlo Television Festival International TV Audience – Best Drama TV Series The Good Doctor Won [131][132]
Seoul International Drama Awards Most Popular Foreign Drama of the Year The Good Doctor Won [133]
2020 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actor in a Drama Series Freddie Highmore Nominated [134]
Leo Awards Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series Peter Benson (for "Risk and Reward") Nominated [135]
Kiefer O'Reilly (for "SFAD") Nominated
2021 HCA TV Awards Best Broadcast Network Series, Drama The Good Doctor Nominated [136]
Best Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Freddie Highmore Nominated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Modu is credited as a series regular from 1x01 through 2x01.
  2. ^ Keng was credited as a series regular in only the first episode. Subsequent episodes no longer feature her, nor credit her.

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