All it took was two episodes for “The Good Doctor” to secure a full season order from ABC.

The network made the announcement after the Freddie Highmore-starrer received consistent ratings on its second week. ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey released a statement expressing their excitement over the new show.

“We are thrilled to announce that we are giving our viewers additional episodes of ‘The Good Doctor.’ We have an amazing team in front of and behind the camera, led by Freddie Highmore’s incredibly nuanced performances as Dr. Shaun Murphy, and we’re confident the show will continue to captivate our audience,” she said.

According to TV Line, “The Good Doctor” is the second fall TV show to snag a full 22-episode order from its home network. Last week, CBS’ “Young Sheldon” also received a full season order, which means that nine additional episodes will be included in Season 1. The series stars Iain Armitage, who plays the role of 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper from East Texas.

Meanwhile, “The Good Doctor” follows the life of Dr. Murphy, a smart and talented surgeon who also happens to have autism. The entire series revolves around his personal and professional struggles including his inability to communicate or express himself.

While working at St. Bonaventure Hospital, Dr. Murphy would have to prove to his colleagues and bosses that he is deserving of the opportunity he received. After all, a lot of people did not want to get him on board simply because he is on the spectrum.

During a recent interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Highmore revealed that he got hired to headline “The Good Doctor” three days after “Bates Motel” wrapped up on A&E Network. The 25-year-old London native also explained details about his character to talk show host Jimmy Kimmel at that time.

“He’s a young surgeon who moves from his quiet country life to join this prestigious hospital. He has autism… His condition, I guess, sparks this debate on hospitals on whether or not they should be hiring someone like Shaun,” Highmore said.

“The Good Doctor” Season 1 airs Mondays at 9 p.m. EDT on ABC.