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March 2nd, 2021 under New Amsterdam

After almost a year of being off of the air, New Amsterdam is finally back with all-new episodes tonight at 10p on NBC.

The season starts off addressing what it was like for New Amsterdam Medical Center as they battled COVID-19. You get to see the emotional and physical toll it took on everyone. No one more than Dr. Vijay Kapoor (Anupam Kher) who is in a coma from the virus.

After you have gone through several tissues, it is time for business as normal at the hospital. What better way to get back to normal than with a plane crash in the Hudson. The pilot is brought into the hospital, and the NTSB wants to talk to him. Max (Ryan Eggold) tries to stall them while Dr. Iggy (Tyler Labine) talks to him about the accident. Did the pilot intentionally crash the plane or did he try to save the day? That is something they need to find out before the NTSB gets their hands on him.

Max is still running the hospital, and like all of the hospitals in the area, they are low on supplies. He will come up with a way to make sure everyone gets what they need. All he needs is one drug so that they can wake up Dr. Kapoor.

They are not the only ones who are dealing with fall out from the virus, so is Dr. Bloom (Janet Montgomery). She doesn’t know how to run the Emergency Room as she did before coronavirus. How will she deal with life post a pandemic, or should I say the new normal?

New Amsterdam is unlike the other medical dramas. It is not soapy. It is not about solving the illness of the week. It is about heart. It is about the patient and not the disease. That is why every week, I cannot wait to watch. The first two episodes of season 3 do not disappoint. They say good things come to wait, and we waited for this good thing.

Plus, I love watching my favorite character on the show, Ryan Eggold’s face. It needs its own category at the Emmys.


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