Spain – Cinemania – Medical leave: ‘New Amsterdam’ will end in its next season

New Amsterdam

Not all medical dramas can withstand such a marathon pull as ER or Grey’s Anatomy. The one that was called to be her natural successor, New Amsterdam, will close the titular hospital in its next season, the fifth, made up of a new batch of 13 episodes.

Deadline has advanced the closure of operations of the New Amsterdam hospital, where we have learned the story of effort and overcoming of Dr. Max Goodwin, played by Ryan Eggold, to put the legendary medical institution back on its feet and fully operational; in fiction, the oldest public hospital in the US, inspired by the Bellevue Hospital in New York.

New Amsterdam is currently in full broadcast of the fourth season through the NBC channel in the US, which began its journey last September. Once it ends, the series created by David Schulner is renewed for a fifth season that will be the last. The final season will be made up of 13 episodes, making the total of the series stay at 92 episodes, close to a hundred.

“The story of Max Goodwin and his undying commitment to the patients of the New Amsterdam has been inspiring,” said Lisa Katz, president of programming for NBCUniversal, in announcing the news of the end of New Amsterdam. “We are so grateful to David Schulner, Peter Horton, the cast and crew for their incredible dedication, talent and collaboration.”

In Spain, the fourth season of New Amsterdam can be followed through the FOX channel, present on Movistar Plus+. The first two seasons of the series can be seen on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, with no set dates for the addition of more recent episodes.

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