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‘Code Black’ Might Not Be Dead at CBS After All

Canceled CBS drama 'Code Black' could potentially be un-canceled after it performed steadily during its summer run.

CBS’ ‘Code Black’ Renewed for Third Season

The renewal marks a key off-net pickup for ABC Studios, which co-produces the medical drama.

‘Man With a Plan’ and ‘The Great Indoors’ Land Full-Season Orders at CBS

Sophomore medical drama 'Code Black' also has been picked up for three more episodes.

Rob Lowe Joins ‘Code Black’ as Series Regular

The 'Grinder' star's addition comes as the CBS medical drama is rebooting itself for season two.

Marcia Gay Harden Celebrates Acting Win for ‘Code Black’ at Monte Carlo TV Fest

"I think they're getting more reflective of what women are really like, which is complicated and multi-faceted," said Harden of the more nuanced female characters on TV.

‘Code Black’ Parts Ways With 2 Regulars Amid Season 2 Reboot (Exclusive)

Bonnie Somerville and Raza Jaffrey will not return while Boris Kodjoe has been promoted to series regular as the CBS sophomore drama will also add a few more new faces.

‘Code Black,’ ‘Beyond Borders,’ ‘Odd Couple’ Renewed at CBS

The fates of 'Limitless' and 'Rush Hour,' however, are still unclear.

U.S. Shows Dominate Banff Rockie Award Nominations

The best drama category sees competition from USA Network's 'Mr. Robot' and History's 'Vikings.'

Leslie Moonves: Five CBS Freshman Shows Will Likely Be Renewed

The network head also called his business the "best positioned media company in the world" and predicted massive political advertising.

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.

CBS’ ‘Code Black’ Earns Five-Episode Pickup

The news comes after the network previously ordered six additional scripts for the freshman medical drama.

CBS’ ‘Limitless’ Gets Full-Season Order; Extra Scripts for ‘Code Black’

The remake of the Bradley Cooper film becomes the network's first freshman pickup.