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      Season 4 – New Amsterdam

      2021 Drama List
      Reviews 37% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Dr. Max Goodwin is brilliant, charming -- and the new medical director at America's oldest public hospital. While he's set on tearing down the bureaucracy to provide exceptional care, the doctors and staff are not so sure. They've heard this before, and no one else has delivered on those promises. Not taking no for an answer, Max disrupts the status quo and proves he will stop at nothing to breathe new life into this understaffed, underfunded and underappreciated hospital -- the only one in the world capable of treating Ebola patients, prisoners from Rikers Island and the president of the United States all under one roof -- and return it to the glory that put it on the map. Inspired by Bellevue in New York City. Read More Read Less Watch on Peacock Stream Now

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      Episodes

      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 21, 2021 More Joy Max and Sharpe wake up to a new, more personal dynamic; Iggy calls upon an old contact to help with an explosive situation; Bloom begins a tricky dynamic with her new Emergency Department residents; Reynolds finds himself in an awkward position. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 28, 2021 We're in This Together Max and Sharpe go public with their relationship at the hospital; the team struggles to keep a handle on an overcrowded and understaffed ICU and everyone must pitch in; Iggy's overly critical feedback alienates his residents. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 5, 2021 Same As It Ever Was Max advises a young student at a science fair but encounters legal complications with her brilliant invention; Bloom encourages Dr. Shinwari to be more aggressive in the ED; Iggy gets a lesson in humility; Brantley has a surprise for the staff. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 12, 2021 Seed Money Max struggles with a new fiscal reality at the hospital; Dr. Sharpe is on a mission to provide follow-up cancer screenings for patients before it's too late; Bloom grapples with Dr. Shinwari's new overnight schedule. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 19, 2021 This Be the Verse Dr. Fuentes continues in her quest to remake the hospital in her vision; Max goes the extra mile to help a patient in need; Dr. Sharpe and Iggy find themselves at odds over a serious issue; Reynolds discovers the importance of personal obligations. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 26, 2021 Laughter and Hope and a Sock in the Eye Dr. Reynolds and Dr. Malvo have a heart-to-heart with Dr. Baptiste; Max learns more about Sharpe when someone from her past resurfaces; Iggy plays referee between two patients and their families; Dr. Wilder reconsiders Max's offer to join the staff. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 2, 2021 Harmony Max and Bloom are shocked when a deadly ambulance crash reveals a dangerous plan; Fuentes pressures Iggy to take on patients; Sharpe realizes her cost cutting has adversely affected her department; Reynolds, Baptiste and Malvo try to reach an accord. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 9, 2021 Paid in Full Max is faced with a wrenching decision when New Amsterdam falls prey to a massive ransomware attack. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 16, 2021 In a Strange Land Max takes drastic measures to help several undocumented immigrants after a fire destroys the church where they had sought refuge; Sharpe and Malvo assist a patient with a life-threatening condition; Reynolds is conflicted about his new position. Details Episode 10 Aired Nov 23, 2021 Death Is the Rule. Life Is the Exception As Max and Sharpe prepare to depart for London, a deadly superbug hits the hospital and draws them back in; Leyla confronts Bloom about the secret she's been hiding; Iggy digs deep to help grieving parents confront the reality that their son is gone. Details Episode 11 Aired Jan 4, 2022 Talkin' Bout a Revolution Max and Sharpe settle happily into their new life in London; Dr. Fuentes takes over as medical director with disastrous effects; Bloom helps a patient who thinks he's cursed; Iggy develops a plan to get his psych patients gainfully employed. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 11, 2022 The Crossover Helen takes the reins at NHS Hampstead Hospital; Max gets creative to help a patient; Reynolds makes a decision about Malvo; Iggy and Bloom help their patients understand the underlying cause of their stress; Wilder employs unconventional techniques. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 18, 2022 Family Max and Helen adjust to sharing their lives and their problems, including the challenge of Helen's mother; Bloom and Reynolds treat a family after their horrific car accident lands them in the ED; Iggy and Trevor reach a new understanding. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 25, 2022 ... Unto the Breach As the team gathers to mourn the loss of someone dear, Max and Helen realize the extent to which New Amsterdam has changed since they left; Bloom struggles with a big decision; Reynolds decides to take his concerns for his patients to a new level. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 22, 2022 Two Doors Max formulates a bold plan to help New Amsterdam before it's too late; Reynolds and Fuentes fight over the best way to handle a risky surgery; Wilder asks Dr. Castries for help with a terminal cancer patient; Iggy helps a father and son with trauma. Details Episode 16 Aired Apr 19, 2022 All Night Long The New Amsterdam team goes out for a night of karaoke and drinking but must face the consequences at work the next day; Iggy helps a mysterious patient confront a past trauma; Reynolds and Dr. Malvo discuss their future; Leyla gives Bloom bad news. Details Episode 17 Aired Apr 26, 2022 Unfinished Business The New Amsterdam team continues to deal with the consequences of its big night out; Max and Helen discuss options for their future; Martin finally learns Iggy's secret; Bloom helps Leyla avoid a life-changing situation. Details Episode 18 Aired May 3, 2022 No Ifs, Ands or Buts Max orchestrates a plan to get Dr. Fuentes terminated from New Amsterdam once and for all; Helen confronts her medical complication; Iggy helps two patients deal with a breakup, which forces him to consider his own marriage. Details Episode 19 Aired May 9, 2022 Truth Be Told Max discovers a fatal flaw in Dr. Fuentes' scheme to purchase the UMI medical clinic, which could be her ultimate undoing; Bloom treats two high school students for life-threatening injuries and uncovers a dangerous situation. Details Episode 20 Aired May 10, 2022 Rise Max discovers the extent to which Dr. Fuentes' cuts are damaging New Amsterdam and decides it's now or never; Iggy takes an unconventional approach to reach a young patient; Reynolds and Wilder perform a risky, life-saving surgery on unborn twins. Details Episode 21 Aired May 17, 2022 Castles Made of Sand When an elder care facility shuts down, New Amsterdam is forced to take in many new patients; Max struggles with his decision to head back to London; Reynolds takes his personal frustrations out on his department with near disastrous results. Details Episode 22 Aired May 24, 2022 I'll Be Your Shelter As a monster hurricane approaches New York, Bloom and the team scramble to put preparations in place; Max and Helen make plans for an intimate New York wedding; Iggy and Martin reach a crossroads; Reynolds finally makes contact with his father. Details Next
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      Previous James Croot Stuff.co.nz There will plenty more engrossing and emotional storytelling to come this season - and I can't wait. Sep 22, 2021 Full Review Next
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      Previous Sarah-Elizabeth Absolutely brilliant. Beautiful acting, writing, all of the above. This show is talking about issues no other show has, in such a mindful and powerful way. Ignore the reviews, jump in, the water is warm! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/13/23 Full Review Jayson M After binge watching 3 seasons I was amazed with the show and its innovations to help and bring about change. The fourth season brought it all burning to the ground and i dont hear good things about the fifth. every character youve grown to love you start to hate. max leaving the hospital and acting like he cares so much but still leaves, iggy emotionally cheating on his husband them blaming him, floyd being a snitch. truthfully went from one of my favorite shows to now my least liked show. great characters turned into horrible people Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 03/01/23 Full Review FM Despite lack of some coherence (e.g.Luna's care), I loved and binge watched the 4 series and was so thrilled when Max proposed to Helen. They belong together. Season 4's last episode was a total letdown, an unnecessary twist that throws the whole show from a heart warming somewhat realistic 4 or 5 star show into an over-the-top melodrama with a contrived heartbreaking ending just to create suspense for a 5th season. The liberal mention of equity and racism in the show came to null with Helen's no-show at the end, without good rhyme or reason. It depicted a woman of color not being able to keep her promises, despite her obvious deep love and devotion to Max. She was blackballed in Season 5 out of spite. All her goodness was wiped out. Season 5 defied logic and turned this a cursed mixed race relationship that had to end with Max choosing another white woman. Lauren and her brown lover broke up as well. None of the mixed race couples can be together, while the sycophant unfaithful forever-frown-faced Frome get to exchange vows with his partner. The show made it clear blacks belong with blacks, white belongs with white, damned mixed-race relationships. However strong, the directors found ways to render it 'inappropriate', 'unhealthy'. The directors did not have to create an unnecessary cliff hanger in season 4, Max and Helen should be married. The show ended up with a meaningless blah season 5 that's not worth watching and with nothing to offer. Max's daughter becoming the medical director is another manifestation of the unconscious or conscious bias and racism, a very very young blond woman becoming a medical director. It is not touching, it is not warm, it's not inspirational; it's a perpetuation of liberal racism. The feel good uplifting show turned into a nightmare. Whoever came up with the cancelled wedding idea is too greedy, could not let something wonderful and good stay beautiful and uplifting. I loved and respected all the actors/actresses, they are all excellent. The season 4 last episode 22 script tanked the show because of someone's greediness for more melodrama. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/12/23 Full Review Margo M This once optimistic and hopeful show about finding creative alternatives to the bleak reality of our healthcare system changed into becoming the bleak selfish mess it was trying to 'fix'. The heroes gave up. Brilliant doctors became fools. And that hospital proved it has no business being open at all. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/06/23 Full Review eric p Love it, an absolute must see Rated 5 out of 5 stars 12/12/22 Full Review Audience Member This is feel good network tv. It's not complicated. Sometimes you watch a nice uplifting show and it ends with a serious finale to make you worry and want to come back to make sure everyone is alright (and they will be!). Sometimes you watch a serious show because it's about building up to satisfying character growth and an intense but uplifting finale, maybe with a twist to start something new for next season. But New Amsterdam just made an entire season that was discouraging and depressing from start to finish. There was never even a consistent thread connecting all of the chaos. No one grew and seem to be in actively worse places than they were at the beginning, and if there was any fun to be had it was quickly met with disaster. I don't think anyone felt good on that nauseating and disorienting rollercoaster. What was the point? Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Read all reviews Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Michael Slovis, Darnell Martin, Rachel Leiterman, Nestor Carbonell, Nick Gomez, Lisa Robinson
      Executive Producer
      David Schulner, Peter Horton, Michael Slovis, David Foster, Aaron Ginsburg, Shaun Cassidy
      Screenwriter
      David Schulner, Aaron Ginsburg, David Foster, Laura Valdivia, Graham Norris, Shaun Cassidy, Marc Gaffen, Brandy E. Palmer
      Network
      NBC
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 21, 2021
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