'Code Black’ News And Update: Series Faces Cancellation Rumors; TV Ratings Not Good?

By Vasti , Dec 02, 2016 04:10 AM EST

"Code Black" Season 2 are facing a lot of cancellation rumors lately mainly because of the show's ratings. Reports claim that the series didn't have a good start in terms of rating so their show can be axed anytime after the current season. But it looks like none of it was true as the show has just been granted with three more episode for season two, bringing the current season a total of 16 episodes.

Sources claim that "Code Black" initially only had a 13-episode order which premiered last September 28, 2016. Everything must have been doing well for the series to get additional orders for season 2. And based on the data taken from other news sources, the show got a total of 4.4 million views last month which is almost the same viewer number that "Criminal Minds" had. This ends all doubt about the series' fate and fans couldn't be happier.

"Code Black" is a TV series focused on medical drama created by Michael Seitzman and based on the documentary of Ryan McGarry. The first season of the series premiered September 30, 2015, and ended in February of this year. It took some months to renew the show but it did on May 16, 2016, with 13 episodes which are 5 episode less than the first season. This probably started the cancellation rumors but it's all good now as the series got an additional 3 episode. Although it's still not as many as the first season, it still removes all cancellation doubts.

"Code Black" centers on the events that happen on Angels Memorial Hospital, where four new residents must do everything they can to help the patients, regardless of the fact that the hospital is understaffed and lacks basic resources. The series stars Marcia Gay Haden, Raza Jaffrey, Bonnie Somerville, Melanie Chandra, and much more.

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