New Amsterdam is an advocate and voice for those people who don’t always have the platform to have their voices heard.
Three episodes in, New Amsterdam gives us a pretty good idea of where the second season is going.
In 'The Big Picture', New Amsterdam sheds light on the kind of real-world topics medical dramas don’t always touch on.
We’ve just started the second season of New Amsterdam, and there’s already more layers to Max than we see in most medical dramas.
Going from the cartoon absurdity of Ed, Edd n Eddy to the fantasy horror of The Order is quite a journey.
Straight off the bat, the third season shows itself off as bigger and badder.
Would Brooklyn Nine-Nine be what it is without that iconic opening music? No, of course not.
Following the dramatic cliffhanger tropes doesn’t always end well, but New Amsterdam's season finale manages to pull it off effortlessly.
In the penultimate episode of New Amsterdam, all of Max's problems come to a head.
While Max continues to suffer, this week's New Amsterdam deals with a particularly touchy subject.