The Women of Code Black show vs. real life

Although none of us like taking a trip to the ER, for some reason we just can’t get enough of watching shows that are based in hospitals. We know, it doesn’t really make sense. Indeed, although most of us have no intentions of ever becoming doctors or nurses, there is something about watching ill patients get patched up that makes our heads go all woozy – but in a good way, of course!

No matter how squeamish we are, we just can’t take our eyes away from all of the blood, gore, and hospital drama. From the get-go, we’re completely hooked. Our love for medical dramas has worked in our favor, as we have been blessed with some of the greatest TV shows on earth in the last few decades. We have been able to watch Dr. House do his thing in House, we’ve been able to watch the epic bromance between Turk and JD in Scrubs, we’ve been able to watch the Chicago drama in ER, and we’ve been able to witness the gloriousness that is McDreamy in Grey’s Anatomy. However, if you’re a fond fan of medical dramas, you’ll know that we’ve missed one awesome show off this list. Yes, we’re talking about Code Black…

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Code Black first debuted onto our screens in 2015, and we have the TV writer, Michael Seitzman to thank for that. Go, Michael! Following the lives of doctors and nurses within the fictional Angels Memorial Hospital, this series primarily focuses on first-year residents as they are thrust into a life of chaos and disarray. It’s not easy being a doctor, you know. What makes things even worse for these residents is the fact that their hospital is both understaffed and under-resourced. With patients to see and medical emergencies to sort out, the cast of Code Black sure do have their work cut out for them.


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While the male cast of Code Black has shown us the strength and resilience needed to survive a hectic hospital situation, many fans tune in to watch the women of Code Black do their thing. From qualified doctors to nurses and patients, the female cast of this show has been able to showcase their acting abilities throughout two seasons. The third season premiered in April and CBS announced its cancellation not soon after. The show will be sorely missed by fans and the crew so why not catch up on some of the most tenacious and interesting characters from the show. These women are bold, confident, and ready for anything. The show will live on in syndication so whether you’re a regular fan or a newbie, there’s something here for everyone.

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