New Amsterdam season 2: episode canceled due to the coronavirus !
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Bad news for fans of New Amsterdam. The series, which aired on TF1 has canceled one of its episodes, censored because of the Covid-19
The prod of the series, New Amsterdam has decided to delete an episode, while he was ready to play. The reason for this ? The Covid-19. MCE TV tells you everything from A to Z.
At a time when the Covid-19 spreads at great speed, some producers have then aborted the post-production of some of their episodes. Simply because they would be bound by far or near with the virus.
The same can be said for New Amsterdam. Yes, the creators of the series have simply decided to delete a whole episode ! Because of the Covid-19…
Thus, the NBC will not air a single episode which is unique in place of 2, on the 14th of April next. Much to the chagrin of fans of the show.
Yes, the episode dealt with the flu. This is likely to remind some of the episode that we currently live in.
“The world needs less fiction today, a lot more of the facts “, said David Schulner, the show-runner of New Amsterdam. ” Sometimes, the mirror can reflect is too terrifying to see “.
Covid-19: New Amsterdam censoring an episode related to the virus
But this is not all. In his interview with Deadline, producer has also given the details of the plot of this episode.
And judging by the frame, it is in fact the mirror of what is on the medical staff at the time of the Covid-19. Therefore, we can understand better this choice.
“We showed what happens when our hospital had a need to put up tents on the parking, because all the beds were occupied “, he said. ” Today, we wake up with images of soldiers who mount tents, that serve as a morgue of relief “.
He then makes reference to what currently lives in New York, which is preparing for the worst, in the face of the epidemic of Covid-19. Also note that one of the actors, Daniel Dae Kim, has been tested positive for the coronavirus.
The more reason, therefore, for that the show-runners cancel this episode.