Transplant Star Laurence Leboeuf Shares The Ending She Wants For Mags And Bash - Exclusive

If you're a fan of the medical drama "Transplant," you can't deny the chemistry between Dr. Magalie "Mags" Leblanc and Dr. Bashir "Bash" Hamed. While the two haven't made their feelings for each other outright and obvious, there have been small moments throughout Season 1 that have us convinced these two medical professionals may be meant for each other. From the gazes that last a little longer than they should to that embrace they shared shortly after Dr. Bishop was hospitalized, we know that there's something going on between them.

"I think Mags was very awestruck by this man coming into the hospital with such a different way of doing things, but with such passion and spontaneity that it really challenged her," the actress who plays her, Laurence Leboeuf, said during an exclusive interview with The List. "She is so used to doing it by the rules and by the book, and then this guy comes with all his talent and saves everybody, and he's doing it so differently. And I think she really admired him for that." (You know what they say: opposites attract.) 

Obviously, we want to see something happen between Mags and Bash, so we had to ask Leboeuf if she thinks they should end up together, too.

Laurence Leboeuf believes that Mag and Bash are meant for each other

It turns out, deep down, Laurence Leboeuf does hope that Mags and Bash end up together one day. "I think secretly, I do," she admitted to The List.

Over the course of two seasons, fans have seen the connection between these two grow stronger and stronger. "Deep down, I know she likes him," Leboeuf said. However, the actress also believes that Mags' dedication to the medical field is what may be stopping her from pursuing anything more with Bash. "That's something about her where she's even socially a little bit awkward, you know? The hospital has been her life, so I think she's a bit clumsy in that area," she told us.

Now with Bash's fiancée Rania in the picture this season, it may be even more difficult getting these two doctors together. Yet, we'll still be holding onto hope — just like these two characters do each and every episode.

New episodes of "Transplant" air Sunday nights at 10 p.m. ET/9.00 p.m. CT on NBC.