Code Black

2015 • CBS
4.8
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Season 2 episodes (17)

1 Second Year
9/28/16
Colonel Ethan Willis (Rob Lowe) joins the team at Angels Memorial from the Department of Defense and takes Dr. Mike Leighton on a harrowing helicopter ride to save shark bite victims in Malibu. Rob Lowe Joins the Cast as Military Doctor Colonel Ethan Willis.
2 Life and Limb
10/5/16
Willis must help a promising young soccer player make a life-altering decision after he's seriously injured when a bus carrying his entire team crashes, and another patient's hesitation to share that she's transgender makes it difficult for the doctors to diagnose her severe abdominal pain. Alexandra Grey, Camryn Manheim and Eric Roberts guest stars.
3 Corporeal Form
10/12/16
Willis defies Campbell's orders when he helps Mario and Heather perform a radical procedure on a maintenance worker stuck under a boiler that exploded. Also, Angus' father, Dr. Desmond Leighton (Steven Culp), tries to seize Power of Attorney over Mike, who is still in a coma, even though Mike granted that right to his brother, Angus.
4 Demons and Angels
10/26/16
On Halloween night, Willis, Noa and Elliott rush to the scene of a fire at a haunted theater, where Dr. Nolan (Kathleen Rose Perkins) and her boyfriend's son are trapped.
5 Landslide
11/2/16
The Angels Memorial doctors treat victims caught in a landslide, and a group of children come in from a camping trip with measles putting the entire ER at risk. Meredith Baxter and Eric Roberts guest star.
6 Hero Complex
11/9/16
Malaya must inform a college student who regains consciousness at Angels Memorial that she's the victim of a rape, and Willis and Campbell butt heads over a terminally ill woman who wants to end her life on her own terms. Annabeth Gish and Richard Lewis guest star.
7 What Lies Beneath
11/16/16
Willis and Campbell are sent to a Russian submarine in U.S. waters to treat a sailor badly wounded during an explosion, and violent convicts injured during a prison riot descend upon Angels Memorial.
8 1.0 Bodies
11/23/16
The doctors treat cult members who unwillingly survived a mass suicide attempt, and Mario decides to connect with his late father's girlfriend.
9 Sleight of Hand
11/30/16
Willis, Leanne and Jesse risk their lives to operate on an officer with an explosive bullet lodged in her leg. Also, Mario, Noa and Guthrie treat a magician, Johnny Prentiss (Penn Jillette), who comes to Angels with trouble breathing.
10 Ave Maria
12/7/16
When a 13-year-old girl arrives at Angels Memorial following a seizure caused by spina bifida, the doctors are shocked to learn she is Campbell's daughter. Also, a workaholic deaf patient, Kathy Byrne (Marlee Matlin), and her translator arrive at Angels after their car rolls into the L.A. River.
11 Exodus
12/21/16
A code black at Angels Memorial takes a turn for the worse when a city-wide blackout leaves the hospital without power or back-up generators. As Campbell and Leanne divert high-risk patients to a nearby care center, Elliot and Heather are trapped in an elevator with a woman in labor, and Willis and Dr. Nolan (Kathleen Rose Perkins) try to help a 92-year-old woman who thinks it's 1942.
12 One in a Million
1/4/17
Leanne defies Campbell’s order and uses the hospital helicopter to reunite a family for the last time. Also, Willis and Noa use a cell phone app to communicate with a young girl with autism.
13 Unfinished Business
1/11/17
As Guthrie takes on a new position as the hospital chaplain, he considers having a risky surgery to treat his Parkinson's. Also, the doctors treat patients who arrive at Angels from an apartment fire.
14 Vertigo
1/25/17
After pulling a double shift, Mario risks his own life when he follows Willis to a construction site where two brothers are trapped on a crane 300 feet above the ground. Also, Leanne treats the wife of an orthopedist from Angels Memorial who is brought into the ER with mysterious injuries.
15 The Devil's Workshop
2/1/17
The ER is quarantined when a viral outbreak jeopardizes the lives of the doctors and patients at Angels Memorial. Also, Ariel (Emily Alyn Lind), the young girl Leanne bonded with a year ago when she lost her father, returns to Angels.
16 Fallen Angels
2/8/17
The doctors work with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to find an antidote to the deadly viral outbreak at Angels Memorial. Also, Leanne makes a life-changing decision, and Jesse welcomes a new batch of residents, on the second season finale.
101 Pulse: Dr. Rorish's Expectations
8/22/16
Executive Producers Michael Seitzman and Ryan McGarry take us inside Code Black's Episode 4 ("Sometimes It's A Zebra") and explain some of the personality traits of Dr. Leanne Rorish and the team she oversees.

About this show

At the heart of the ER's controlled chaos is Residency Director Dr. Leanne Rorish (Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden), renowned for successfully performing high-risk procedures in Center Stage, the trauma area reserved for the most critical cases. Her four new first-year residents are Christa Lorenson (Bonnie Somerville), Malaya Pineda (Melanie Kannokada), Mario Savetti (Benjamin Hollingsworth) and Angus Leighton (Harry M. Ford). Leanne's confidante, Jesse Sallander (Luis Guzman), is an amiable seen-it-all senior nurse who manages the residents. Also working in the ER is Dr. Neal Hudson (Raza Jaffrey), an excellent physician who sometimes disagrees with Leanne's "cowboy" approach, and Dr. Rollie Guthrie (William Allen Young), the energetic, longest-serving attending. In Center Stage, life is measured in seconds, and these heroic doctors and nurses operate with speed and skill within an overwhelmed system to treat the crowds of people who are often there for one of two reasons: to die or to receive a life-saving miracle.
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Brenda Mercado
January 8, 2018
This series is just amazing! it shows situations seen in ER similar to those in real life plus it opens the imagination to new discoveries that are happening in medicine. The actors just spectacular ! they make the situations seem so natural.Plus you dont see the sex scandal between co workers that is so exaggerated and typical in other ER drama series . The actors live up to their roles and they work really hard to make this series human and at the same proffessional . Rob Lowe just amazing ! he has grown so much as an actor and has this typical sex appeal that not many actors endure . Luis Guzman spectacular ! he sparkles showing the humbleness and experience only good nurses have and Marcia Gay astonishing.. I loved seeing her in some episodes of Law and Order and now being in center stage is a prize well deserved . The rest of the cast just fits in so well !
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Ty Harrison
October 21, 2015
Working codes in medical situations is not something anyone wants to show on tv, but this show tells it all! What we as healthcare professionals go through day in and day out! The hurt, anger, truth, heartbreak, warmth, appreciation, guilt, happy, loved. This show absolutely tells it like it is! It is extremely accurate in everything they do.
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William Mills (Will)
May 24, 2016
True to life. Tragedy, heartbreak, fear, relationships, anger, sadness, frustration, love, miracles, joy, and hope. This is the gamut of emotions you run through each and every week. ER, Chicago Hope, Grays Anatomy, and all the rest were good, but Code Black tops them all. Well written scripts, talented actors, and likeable characters along with a shock in every episode drives this show. Don't miss an episode!
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