Meagan Good Heads From 'Minority Report' to CBS' 'Code Black'

She'll recur on the fellow freshman drama following the cancellation of her sci-fi Fox drama.
Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

Meagan Good is shifting gears.

The in-demand actress has booked a recurring role on CBS' freshman drama Code Black, the network announced Wednesday.

Good will segue from the since-canceled Fox rookie Minority Report to the CBS medical drama, where she will portray Dr. Grace Adams, the ex-flame of Neal (Raza Jaffrey) and a fearless and ambitious attending physician who recently returned to Angels Memorial after volunteering a year of humanitarian work in Haiti.

She joins fellow recent addition Boris Kodjoe, who will also recur on Code Black after jumping over from Fox comedy Last Man on Earth. Kodjoe will play Dr. Will Campbell, a suave surgeon whose surgical skills and personal charm are only outweighed by his ego. As Dr. Campbell works more closely with the doctors in the ER, tension builds between him and Hudson as they compete to prove who’s the better surgeon. 

Good's credits include Deception, Californication, Mr. Robinson and more.