Good news, Code Black fans: CBS has decided to move up the Code Black Season 3 premiere up to April 25 from its original date of May 2.
This is definitely a positive move from CBS. From where we stand, it signifies that the network wants to see how Code Black will do with its lead ins during the last couple of weeks of the television season. With its original date of May 2, many shows have wrapped up their current seasons thus not be able to provide any sort of lead for the medical drama. So CBS’ decision to move the premiere up its a positive sign because if it performs well with a lead in,
CBS could make a few decisions that could be good for the show. One, this could help Code Black get renewed for a fourth season. Two, if it does well and gets renewed, CBS could move it back to its fall or midseason lineup. Its current summer slot is good, but we believe that the show is better than that and deserves to be in the starting lineup. Finally, this could draw more viewers. By having the show premiere when its other fellow CBS shows are still in season, the show has the potential to pull viewers from other shows. After all, their shows will be getting ready to end and they may need something else to watch, and since Code Black would not be, it becomes more appealing.
In addition, this series gets more intense each season and the progression of its characters is one of the best things about it; each character grows while still remaining them. In other words, they do not change completely; instead, they grow in a way which they do not lose the character will fell in love with. It’s great and amazing to watch and makes us excited for Season 3.
Remember Code Black fans, Season 3 will feature Moon Bloodgood as Rox Valenzuela, a Los Angeles paramedic, and Ethan’s ride-along partner. Leanne and Ariel will move toward possibly becoming a legal family and a new batch of residents is set to start at Angels Memorial. So basically more intense and challenging times are ahead for the doctors.
Code Black returns April 25 to CBS at 10 p.m. For more news related to Code Black, be sure to visit this link.
This story was written by Samantha D’Amico. If want to follow her on Twitter, you can do so at SAM_iamXO. (Photo: CBS.)