New Amsterdam season 3 episode 3 spoilers: Prepare for ‘Safe Enough’

NBC logoWant to get a good sense of what’s next on New Amsterdam season 3 episode 3? It’s a chance to see how some of these characters will continue to adapt. This is a new world, and every single one of these doctors knows that. They have to figure out how to adapt, and some of the highs and lows that come with the major changes at the hospital. That includes new methods of treatment, an emphasis on remote care, and trying to make sure that profits don’t take a priority over patients.

Remember that Max doesn’t want to change the system; he wants to completely reinvent it from top to bottom. While there will be resistance, we imagine that he, Sharpe, and others are more than ready for whatever challenges lie ahead.

For a few more details on what’s ahead, be sure to check out the full New Amsterdam season 3 episode 3 synopsis below:

03/16/2021 (10:01PM – 11:00PM) (Tuesday) : Max resists an idea that could bring New Amsterdam more revenue. Iggy pushes back on the new telemedicine system. Sharpe uncovers a startling trend while treating a beloved former patient. TV-14

We think that at this point in the season, New Amsterdam will start to establish a little bit more of its familiar rhythm. That means more powerful individual cases coupled with topical headlines about what it means to be a doctor in 2021. This is a show that never strives to just do one thing; it tries to do many things, much as we often see from Dr. Max Goodwin himself. If the show were to change its tone at this point, what would it be?

In between some of these individual stories, we sure that we will learn more about these characters every single step of the way. There are so many relationships and dynamics worthy of being explored!

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