New Amsterdam, a famous NBC medical drama series, follows the story of the World’s oldest public hospital, inspired by the actual Bellevue Hospital in New York.
The synopsis of the series: At America’s oldest public hospital, Ryan Eggold as Dr. Max Goodwin is the new medical director. He is bright and charming. The doctors and workers are unaware of his plan to destroy the bureaucracy to offer exceptional treatment, despite his determination. They have previously received similar claims, but no one has followed through. Max challenges the current quo and demonstrates that he will stop at nothing to revive this understaffed, underpaid and underappreciated hospital and restore it to the fame it once had. This hospital is the only one in the world able to treat Ebola patients, Rikers Island Prisoners and the president of the United States together under one roof.
Parents’ guide and age rating for New Amsterdam
New Amsterdam is classified as TV-14, just like most medical dramas. The main factors behind the TV-14 classification are mature themes and certain graphic health records. Given its TV-14 rating, the program may not be appropriate for viewers under the age of 14. Even while it is less detailed than Nip/Tuck, New Amsterdam occasionally features surgical operations and other medical procedures that could be too disturbing for young viewers.
The show covers sensitive matters like death, long-term care, and other mature themes in addition to the actual operation. You will witness patients crying for one another and the effects of other medical situations, including car accidents, violent fights, and more.
The medical drama series ‘New Amsterdam’s first four seasons are now available on Netflix.
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