The freshman season of “New Amsterdam” may be coming to a close, but those closely following the story of the doctors at a public hospital providing care to all patients regardless of financial ability don’t have to worry, because they will be able to continue seeing how the story plays out next fall.

The NBC series received an early Season 2 renewal back in February after it continued to see impressive ratings in its Tuesdays at 10 p.m. timeslot, following the network’s other powerful drama series, “This Is Us. “ At the time of the renewal announcement, the show was averaging a 2.5 rating among adults 18-49 and totaling an impressive 11.9 million viewers within seven days of delayed viewing. With such impressive numbers, it seems as though a renewal for the medical drama series was never a question.

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“New Amsterdam” has been renewed for a second season on NBC. Pictured: Max (Ryan Eggold) and Georgia (Lisa O’hare) in the Season One Finaly, “Luna.” Eric Liebowitz/NBC

It also impressive became the No. 2 first-year scripted series in its target demographic, trailing only behind another new NBC series, “Manifest.”

Among other NBC shows which have been renewed, it joins both “This Is Us” (renewed through season 6) and “Manifest,” which also got a Season 2 pickup, as well as “America’s Got Talent: Champions.” Other shows which are coming back for additional seasons include a final season of “Blindspot” and new seasons of “The Blacklist,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med,” “Chicago PD,” “Good Girls,” “The Good Place,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Superstore,” “The Voice,” “Will And Grace” and “World of Dance.”

As for the show’s final Season One episode, Max (Ryan Eggold) could be facing his biggest challenge yet. A preview clip for the finale shows him being forced to potentially make a tough choice between his wife, Georgia (Lisa O’Hare) and their baby girl, who seems to be a dangerous delivery. In an interview with TV Line, Eggold also teased that the situation appears to be very dire, especially since Max is recovering from an aggressive round of chemotherapy for his cancer, and he will receive some big help from Bloom (Janet Montgomery) as he tries to cope with the latest trauma in his life.

“It’s an impossible choice, and there’s no decision you can make that makes sense. I think Max will always choose to save everyone, and he’ll always choose to have both options work out,” he said. “So thank God Bloom is there, who has a little more clarity on the situation and a little more sort of medical objectivity to bring to the situation. She is a huge help to Max in that moment. She really saves him in that moment.”

The “New Amsterdam” Season Finale airs Tuesday at 10 p.m. EDT on NBC.