Code Black Season 2
Code Black season 2 started airing on Wednesday, September 28, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S2E16 Fallen Angels
The season consists of 16 episodes.
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CBS boss on why Code Black season 4 didn't happen - CarterMatt - via Cartermatt
So, basically, it was CBS’ lack of full ownership in the ABC Studios series that led to it not coming back on the air. This is why it was held to a higher standard than some other shows in the first place. We do think that it is harder and harder for co-productions to succeed in this current climate, one where there are so many different options for what viewers can choose to check out on a regular basis.
'Code Black' Renewed for Season 4? CBS Rethinking Cancellation - TVLine - via Tvline
Code Black Season 3 averaged 5.7 million total viewers and a 0.7 rating, down 28 percent in the demo from its sophomore run yet ranking higher than Madam Secretary and Elementary, which each averaged a 0.6 and both got renewed. During Season 3’s final weeks this summer, it often led Wednesday night in total audience.
Apparently Code Black Isn't Totally Dead Yet - via Tvguide
Sunday's news is obviously far from an official Season 4 renewal, but fans — and Lowe, who has regularly voiced his displeasure about CBS' decision to cancel the show — should take comfort in knowing that this might not actually be the end.
'Code Black' May Not Be Dead After All at CBS - via Etonline
"We did [consider bringing it back]," Kelly Kahl, CBS Entertainment President, said Sunday at the Television Critics Association press tour. "It's doing incredibly well. It's a well-done show, and we'd like to figure out a way to maybe make it work."
'Code Black' Officially Cancelled: No Revival for CBS Drama - TVLine - via Tvline
The series — which explored what happens when Angels Memorial Hospital hits “code black,” a situation in which the influx of patients is so great that there aren’t enough resources to treat them — underwent a slew of cast changes since its 2015 debut. Original stars Bonnie Somerville (Dr. Christa Lorenson) and Raza Jaffrey (Dr. Neal Hudson) were let go after the freshman run, with Rob Lowe coming on as the male lead opposite Marcia Gay Harden in Season 2. The third (and now final) season saw the exit of Melanie Chandra’s resident Dr. Malaya Pineda and the addition of Falling Skies vet Moon Bloodgood as a series regular.