New Amsterdam Reviews

New Amsterdam Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Replacement

New Amsterdam Review: Replacement

On New Amsterdam Season 2 Episode 3, Max looks for a new assistant and meets someone unexpected. Helen takes on a medical device company. Read our review!
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New Amsterdam Season 2 Episode 2 Review: The Big Picture

New Amsterdam Review: The Big Picture

On New Amsterdam Season 2 Episode 2, Helen and Kapoor are worried about Max's grieving process, Iggy helps inmates, and Floyd's protege makes a mistake. Read our review!
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New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 22 Review: Luna

New Amsterdam Season Finale: Luna

On New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 22, Max and Lauren do everything in their power to save Georgia and baby Luna, Iggy doubt his abiities to help a PTSD patient. Read on!
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New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 19 Review: Happy Place

New Amsterdam Review: Happy Place

On New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 19, Max battles a blue wave and his declining health; Iggy talks a couple through a decision, and Floyd has a difficult day. Read on!
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New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 17 Review: Sanctuary

New Amsterdam Review: Sanctuary

On New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 17, Max and the rest of the staff have to keep the hospital afloat and treat patients during a snowstorm and power outage. Read on!
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New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 15 Review: Croaklahoma

New Amsterdam Review: Croaklahoma

On New Amsterdam Season 1 Episode 15, Max is hit with a reality check that sends him spiraling, and he proposes an unorthodox solution to a patient's problem. Read on!
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New Amsterdam Quotes

My sister Luna and I were born here in New Amsterdam, and eight years later, Luna died here. Hospital-acquired infection. Entirely preventable.

Max

Max: Unlike the previous medical director, I actually expect you to practice medicine at this hospital because I don't know, that's your job.
Helen: You're funny.
Max: You said that.
Helen: I'll tell you what, I'll continue giving speeches all over the world because you can't afford the type of publicity I give this hospital. And I'll continue my on-air appearances with Ellen, Oprah, and anyone else powerful enough to go by one name because someone has to remind New York that even though New Amsterdam is an underfunded public hospital, we can still go toe-to-toe with the privates from basic care to state of the art procedures. I will be back next week with lunch at the Tavern. My treat.