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CBS reveals Official Synopsis of Code Black episode Exodus

CBS Entertainment has released the Official Synopsis of Code Black episode “Exodus” (2.11) that will be aired on Wednesday, December 21 at 10:00-11:00 PM.


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.

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“Code Black” is starring Marcia Gay Harden (Dr. Leanne Rorish), Boris Kodjoe (Dr. Will Campbell), Melanie Chandra (Dr. Malaya Pineda), Harry Ford (Dr. Angus Leighton), Benjamin Hollingsworth (Dr. Mario Savetti), Jillian Murray (Dr. Heather Pinkney), William Allen Young (Dr. Rollie Guthrie), Luis Guzmán (Jesse Sallander) and Rob Lowe (Col. Ethan Willis).

Recurring Cast are Emily Tyra (Dr. Noa Kean), Noah Gray-Cabey (Dr. Elliot Dixon).

Guest Cast are Angela Relucio (Risa Park), Kathleen Rose Perkins (Dr. Amanda Nolan), LisaGay Hamilton (Dr. Kim Carrie), Meg Steedle (Dr. Kelly Pruitt), Jorge Diaz (Ken), Alycia Grant (Tina), Barbara Bain (Blanche), Anisha Nagarajan (Serena), Joe Williamson (Richard), Julie Warner (Renee), Albie Selznick (Dr. Silverman), Seri DeYoung (Moon), Greg Mills (News Reporter), Christina Haag (Anesthesiologist), Monnae Michaell (Phone Nurse), Toni Torres (Walkie Nurse).

“Exodus” (#211) is written by Corey Evett & Matthew Partney and directed by Jet Wilkinson.


Code Black is a heart-pounding medical drama that takes place in the busiest, most notorious ER in the nation, where the staggering influx of patients can outweigh the limited resources available to the extraordinary doctors and nurses whose job is to treat them all—creating a condition known as Code Black.

Code Black is produced by ABC Studios in association with CBS Television Studios with executive producers Michael Seitzman, David Marshall Grant, Brett Mahoney, Molly Newman, Ryan McGarry, Marti Noxon and Linda Goldstein Knowlton.

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