Saving Hope Spoilers: Images and Description for “Start Me Up”

Kim Shaw as Dr. Cassie Williams

CTV has released images for Saving Hope’s third episode of its 4th season. The episode entitled “Start Me Up” will feature the debut of Kim Shaw as Dr. Cassie Williams. The images also show Dejan Loyola as Dr. Dev Sekara and Parveen Kaur as Dr. Asha Mirani. Let’s hope that Maggie gets the Fellowship that allows her to stay at Hope-Zion.

Here is CTV’s synopsis for the episode:

It’s the day that her baby, Luke, might take his first steps, and not only does Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) have to work, she has to babysit Junior Resident Dr. Cassie Williams (Kim Shaw, THE GOOD WIFE) while doing it. To make matters worse, their patient is worried his colon cancer has returned and isn’t too excited to have two young doctors on the case. When things get complicated in the OR after Cassie panics and nicks a bile duct, Alex has to talk down her young charge to save their patient’s life. Meanwhile, Dr. Shahir Hamza (Huse Madhavji) takes on a patient whose trip to Paris to move in with her boyfriend is put on hold because of acute facial pain and an ibuprofen overdose. In the E.R., Dr. Zach Miller (Benjamin Ayres) and Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) treat a janitor who turns out to be an old friend of Joel Goran’s (Daniel Gillies), while Dr. Maggie Lin (Julia Taylor Ross), Alex, and Dr. Patrick Curtis (Max Bennett, Anna Karenina) begin to jockey for position when a Fellowship prize is announced.

“Start Me Up” airs Thursday October 8, 2015 on CTV at 9pm ET/PT.

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