‘Code Black’ Might Not Be Dead After All

CBS canceled the drama in late May, but left it on the air to play out the remainder of its third season. Those summer episodes, however, performed pretty consistently in the ratings, well enough for CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl to tell reporters Sunday at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour that he’s taking a second look at the show.

CBS Sets ‘Elementary,’ ‘Code Black’ Returns

CBS’s spring lineup is pretty well set now, in the wake of Thursday’s announcement of the spring return dates for two of the network’s hit series. Elementary, the modern-day Sherlock Holmes drama starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu, will return for Season 6 Monday, April 30, at 10 p.m. ET, while medical drama Code Black, headlined by Rob Lowe, Boris Kodjoe and Marcia Gay Harden, is back for a third season Wednesday, May 2, at 10 p.m..

‘Code Black’ Renewed for Season 3 At CBS

Medical drama Code Black has been renewed for Season 3 at CBS. The series has enjoyed decent ratings, but nevertheless ranked as one of CBS’ lowest-rated scripted series this season.

Rob Lowe Joins CBS’s ‘Code Black’ As Regular

UPFRONTS 2016

CBS Renews ‘Code Black,’ 3 Other Shows

CBS has renewed freshman drama series Code Black and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders for a second season, as well as sophomore comedy The Odd Couple for a third season and reality show Undercover Boss for an eighth season. As expected, the list does not include freshman drama Limitless though CBS has not made its cancellation official. Also not on the list and fully expected to be canceled is new midseason action comedy Rush Hour. 

‘Code Black’ Welcomes Cast From ‘The Lion King’

NEW YORK (AP) — The medical drama CBS’ “Code Black” gets a dose of Broadway magic this week when cast members from “The Lion King” – and one memorable Mufasa – end up in the emergency room. Alton Fitzgerald White, who has played Simba’s father in the musical over a record-breaking 4,000 times, came out […]

UPFRONTS 2015

CBS Adds 4 Dramas, 2 Comedies

CBS sprung into upfront action today, picking up four new dramas, Limitless, Rush Hour, Code Black and the Criminal Minds spinoff — now officially titled Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders — and two comedies, the single-camera Life In Pieces, starring James Brolin and Colin Hanks, and the Jane Lynch starrer Angel From Hell.

Maggie Grace To Topline CBS Drama ‘Code Black’

‘Code Black,’ ‘Half Of It’ Get CBS Pilot Pickup

ER Drama ‘Code Black’ Gets CBS Put Pilot Deal