When Kuol suffers a stroke, Andy puts him at the top of the donor list for a new heart, but the police threaten to seize the money raised for him.
Andy is upset when his rival, an arrogant heart surgeon with no bedside manner, returns to the hospital.
A firefighter considers donating to the captain who has mistreated her; Andy's uncle appears with a stab wound but asks him not to report the injury.
Andy must decide if he will allow a woman to start a "daisy chain" of kidney donations, and suspects that a patient is rejecting his new heart.
When a bride is gunned down at her wedding, the team is sent to harvest her lungs for transplant into a college basketball player.
The wife of a billionaire suffers the consequences when her husband resorts to buying her a new liver on the illegal organ black market.
A car crash victim dying from ALS requests to be to taken off of life support so his organs can be donated.
Lisa becomes attached to a boy whose accident at a fair she witnesses; Andy and David try to get a ventricular assist device for one of patient.
Andy tries a risky new procedure on his wife's partner, who suffers from an aortic aneurysm.
The team races to save a group of high school football players after a bus crash.
Andy and the team try to save an 18-year-old college student in need of a double lung transplant, but run into eligibility issues.
After suffering a heart attack, a pregnant woman must get a heart transplant in order to save herself and her unborn child.
Three Rivers goes inside the emotionally complex lives of organ donors, the recipients. Dr. Andy Yablonski, the highly- skilled workaholic lead organ transplant surgeon, whose good- natured personality and sarcastic wit makes him popular with his patients. His co-workers include Dr. Miranda Foster, a surgical fellow with a rebellious streak; Dr. David Lee, a womanizing surgical resident who's broken as many hearts as he's replaced; and Ryan Abbott, the inexperienced new transplant coordinator.
A new twist on the television medical drama, this one-season series set in a Pittsburgh hospital explores the race-against-time world of organ transplants from the perspective of the medical team, the organ recipients, the donors and their families.
Why set an organ-transplant medical drama in Pittsburgh of all places? What are each of the cast membersfpvAPOS favorite organs? Vlogger Sean Crespo is willing to give up a kidney to find out.
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