The Good Karma Hospital returns this March on ITV with its second season. The channel has released a trailer inviting you to get back to sun-drenched southern India, where junior doctor Ruby Walker (played by Amrita Acharia) continues her work with the eccentric and well-meaning Doctor Lydia Fonseca (played by Amanda Redman).
The medical drama series set in tropical South India revolves around Ruby Walker, who, arrived in India looking for a job, faces the tough reality of working at under-resourced and over-worked cottage hospital, the Good Karma Hospital, which is run by Fonseca. There, a team of British and Indian medics help all kinds of people, from locals, to ex-pats and tourists, who come to realize that that the Good Karma Hospital is more than just a medical outpost, it’s a home for the doctors, nurses and patients.
The cast ensemble also includes Neil Morrissey, James Floyd, Sagar Radia, Phyllis Logan, and Darshan Jariwalla.
The song used in the trailer is the 2017 single “Gold” by Swedish singer Frida Sundemo, from her highly acclaimed international debut album, “Flashbacks & Futures”.
Series 2 of The Good Karma hospital will air from March 18, 2018 on ITV at 9pm.