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The Code: CBS Teases Monday Night TV Show's Return

The Code is back! CBS just released new details about the TV show's July return.

The military drama unfolds at the Judge Advocate General Headquarters in Quantico, Virginia and centers on the prosecutors, defense lawyers, and investigators who work on the legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps. The cast includes Luke Mitchell, Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Phillipa Soo, Dana Delany, and Raffi Barsoumian.

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The Code: Season One Viewer Votes

Are Abe, Maya, and the rest of the Jag team at the top of their game during the first season of The Code TV show on CBS? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Code is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Code season one episodes here. *Status update below.

A CBS military legal drama, The Code stars Luke Mitchell, Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Phillipa Soo, Dana Delany, and Raffi Barsoumian. The story unfolds at the Judge Advocate General Headquarters in Quantico, Virginia and centers on the prosecutors, defense lawyers, and investigators who work
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The Code: Season One Ratings

Years ago, Jag was cancelled by NBC after one season, but then CBS picked it up, and it ran for an additional nine seasons, before ending in 2005. The Tiffany Network's NCIS franchise spun off from Jag and is still serving them well. Now they're trying a different take on the format with The Code TV show. Can it too pass muster with the CBS audience and Nielsen households? Will The Code be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

A CBS military legal drama from creators Craig Sweeny and Craig Turk, The Code stars Luke Mitchell, Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Phillipa Soo, Dana Delany, and Raffi Barsoumian. The story unfolds at the Judge Advocate General Headquarters in Quantico, Virginia and centers on the prosecutors, defense lawyers, and investigators who work on the legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps.
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The Code: Cancelled? CBS Pulls Low-Rated Monday Night Series

If you've been looking forward to watching The Code TV show on CBS this Monday night, you're going to be disappointed. The network has pulled the drama series from the schedule. Will it back? Has it been cancelled?

A military legal drama, The Code stars Luke Mitchell, Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Phillipa Soo, Dana Delany, and Raffi Barsoumian. The story unfolds at the Judge Advocate General Headquarters in Quantico, Virginia and centers on the prosecutors, defense lawyers, and investigators who work on the legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps. Read More…
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Is Arrow Splitting Timelines Again? Did Life in Pieces Over-Poo It? Sytycd Misstep? Gross Ninja? And More Qs!

Is Arrow Splitting Timelines Again? Did Life in Pieces Over-Poo It? Sytycd Misstep? Gross Ninja? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Deadwood, The Handmaid’s Tale, Black Mirror and Designated Survivor!

1 | Granted, our recollection of the 1880s is fuzzy (too much absinthe, ugh), but did the Deadwood movie bother you with how some of the lamps — especially the handheld lanterns — were so uniformly bright and didn’t flicker, at all? What, did Hearst also bring Led bulbs to the region?

2 | Was Burden of Truth‘s hacked car a great advertisement for less fancy vehicles?
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The Code: Is the CBS TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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What's This TV Show About?

A CBS military legal drama, The Code stars Luke Mitchell, Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Phillipa Soo, Dana Delany, and Raffi Barsoumian. The story unfolds at the Judge Advocate General Headquarters in Quantico, Virginia and centers on the prosecutors, defense lawyers, and investigators who work on the legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps. Read More…
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The Code

Network: CBS.

Episodes: Ongoing (hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: April 9, 2019 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: Luke Mitchell, Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Phillipa Soo, Dana Delany, and Raffi Barsoumian.

TV show description:

From creators Craig Sweeny and Craig Turk, The Code TV show is a military legal drama. The series unfolds at the Judge Advocate General Headquarters in Quantico, Virginia and centers on the prosecutors, defense lawyers, and investigators who work on the legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps.

A motivated man from a military family, Captain John "Abe" Abraham (Mitchell) has a passion for his work as a prosecutor and a deep sense of responsibility. His colleague,
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The Code Season 1 Episode 1 Review: Blowed Up

Jag casts a huge shadow.

The fabled military drama has been gone almost 15 years and yet it lingers in viewers' memories.

Aj Chegwidden has already recurred on NCIS: Los Angeles and Harm and Mac set to return on that same series.

Stepping out of the shadow of Jag is what The Code was up against. Yet it made big strides on The Code Season 1 Episode 1.

Granted, there are certain similarities between The Code and Jag, beyond the courtroom battles.

Related: The Code Sneak Peak

Let's start the male lead character. Jag was supposed to be a cross between Top Gun and A Few Good Men, and Harman Rabb was the Tom Cruise character, a pilot turned lawyer, who was also missing his father.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?

Luke Mitchell (Blindspot) ably stepped into the role of pretty-boy lawyer.

His Captain John "Abe" Abraham is a Marine legacy.
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The Code Sneak Peek: The Few, The Proud, The Lawyers

A series spotlighting military attorneys prosecuting and defending servicemen accused of crimes.

Nope, it's not Jag, originally envisioned as a blend of Top Gun and A Few Good Men.

That courtroom drama aired for a decade, for one season on NBC before moving to CBS for the rest of its run, making stars of David James Elliott and Catherine Bell.

It even spawned a franchise which has been a CBS mainstay since then, NCIS. Maybe you've heard of it.

No, this new series being described is The Code. It debuts behind, you guessed it, NCIS at 9 tonight on CBS before moving to 9 p.m. Mondays starting April 15, taking over the Magnum P.I. slot.

The Code features a team of Marine lawyers who prosecute and defend Marines accused of crimes while in the service.

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TV Review: ‘The Code’ on CBS

  • Variety
CBS’s latest procedural stays in what’s become the network’s very particular comfort zone: The world of military court. In the wake of the naval-justice franchise “NCIS” (itself a spinoff of long-ago CBS standby “Jag”), the network perhaps most closely adherent to formula has put together “The Code,” a deeply familiar-feeling product.

On “The Code,” lawyers within the Marine Corps take on cases — giddily trading off, from case to case and episode to episode — the roles of prosecutor and defender. This structure tends to give their work a fairly airless quality: Perhaps more like real lawyers than TV is used to depicting, these attorneys are motivated more by the desire to close out cases quickly and efficiently than by passionate advocacy for their clients. One episode sees a sentencing request agreed upon by “prosecutor” and “defender” over beers; they clink bottles after agreeing they’ll ask the judge for eight years.
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See Highlights From Rolling Stone’s Inaugural Women Shaping the Future Event

Rolling Stone‘s March Issue, “Women Shaping the Future,” featured Nancy Pelosi along with three resilient members of the congressional freshman class — Jahana Hayes, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar — on the cover. Despite chatter that incoming liberals would clash with the old guard in Congress, they all voted for Pelosi to be Speaker of the House and put politics aside when they showed up for the photo shoot. “There was no sense that these were women who didn’t get along,” says Catriona Ni Aolain, Rolling Stone‘s director of creative content,
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Women’s History Month: Nine Actresses Tell Us About Books and Films That Inspire Them

  • Variety
First introduced as a national proclamation by Congress in 1981, Women’s History Month has been celebrated every year since then, using the 31 days of March to promote and amplify the voices of women across the country — and around the world.

To celebrate Women’s History Month, we asked nine actresses to tell us about the books, films and television shows that have inspired them, as women, over the years. Many of their selections were written by female writers, or star strong female leads. The shared goal of these actresses is to not only commemorate the achievements of women this month, but to celebrate their voices — and the stories they continue to tell — all year long.

Michaela McManus, “The Village” (premieres March 19 on NBC)

I read “Just Kids” by Patti Smith about seven years ago and it has stayed with me ever since (read it here). I moved to New York
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CBS Sets Premiere Dates for The Code, Ransom and More!

CBS is firming up its midseason roster.

The eye network has revealed premiere dates for new dramas The Red Line and The Code, as well as returning drama, Ransom.

The Red Line will get underway Sunday, April 28 and will air two episodes for four weeks.

"After a white cop in Chicago mistakenly shoots and kills a black doctor, we follow three vastly different families that all have connections with the case as the story is told from each perspective," according to the official logline.

The cast includes includes Noah Wyle (ER), Noel Fisher (Shameless), Emayatzy Corinealdi (Hand of God), Howard Charles (The Musketeers), Michael Patrick Thornton (Private Practice), Elizabeth Laidlaw (Boss), Vinny Chhibber (No Tomorrow) and Aliyah Royale.

The Red Line is a serialized drama with compelling characters and provocative themes that we expect viewers will want to watch more than one hour per week, so we wanted to eventize
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Dana Delany's Jag Series, Noah Wyle Drama Get CBS Premiere Dates

CBS has announced a new batch of midseason dates, and before you ask, Instinct, Elementary and Life in Pieces remain Mia.

What TVLine can report, however, is that CBS has set April premieres for the new series The Code and The Red Line, while Ransom Season 3 will begin Saturday, Feb. 16 at 8/7c.

The Code will get a special showcase on Tuesday, April 9 at 9 pm, before moving to its regular Mondays-at-9 time slot on April 15 (after Magnum P.I. wraps its freshman run). The freshman drama follows the military’s brightest judge advocates as they tackle the toughest legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps.
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Falling Water: Is the USA TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

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Is the dream nearly over? Has the Falling WaterTV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on USA Network? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Falling Water, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

A USA Network supernatural TV series, Falling Water stars David Ajala, Lizzie Brocheré, Will Yun Lee, Kai Lennox, Zak Orth, and Sepideh Moafi. Guest performers in season two include Anna Wood, Jodi Long, and Brittany Allen.

Falling Water is the story of three unrelated people who realize that they are dreaming separate parts of a single common dream. Each is on a quest for something that can only be found
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TV News Roundup: Kim Dickens Joins Showtime Pilot ‘Queen Fur’

  • Variety
In today’s roundup, Melissa Rosenberg signs an overall deal with Warner Bros. Television, while Kim Dickens joins the pilot for “Queen Fur” at Showtime.

First Looks

BBC America has released initial photos for upcoming five-part series “Dynasties,“ presented by Sir David Attenborough (“Blue Planet II,” “Planet Earth II“) and executive produced by Mike Gunton (“Planet Earth II“). The series will focus on one family within a species per episode, including lions on the savannahs of Kenya’s Masai Mara and painted wolves on the floodplains of the great Zambezi river in Zimbabwe.

Casting

Kim Dickens (“Fear the Walking Dead“) will star in the hour-long drama pilot “Queen Fur” for Showtime. Michael Mosley (“Seven Seconds“), Jon Foster (“Like Father“), Joshua Mikel (“The Walking Dead“), Keith Machekanyanga (“Timeless“), and Spencer Howell (“Ithaca“) have also joined previously announced star Lily Mae Harrington (“Some Freaks“). Harrington plays Macy Dunleavy, a high school dropout
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Dana Delany Joins CBS Drama The Code in Recast, Replacing Mira Sorvino

CBS will see Dana Delany in court. The former Body of Proof star is joining the cast of legal drama series The Code, replacing Mira Sorvino, our sister site Deadline reports. Premiering midseason, The Code finds some of the brightest minds in the military tackling some of the country’s most difficult challenges, both in and out of the courtroom, “where each attorney is trained as a prosecutor, a defense lawyer, an investigator — and a Marine.”

Delany’s character, Colonel Eisa Turnbull, is the Commanding Officer of the Marine Corps’ Judge Advocate Division. Elsa has high expectations, both for herself and her staff,
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Dana Delany Replaces Mira Sorvino in CBS’s ‘The Code’ Recasting

  • The Wrap
Dana Delany Replaces Mira Sorvino in CBS’s ‘The Code’ Recasting
Body of Proof” star Dana Delany has joined the cast of CBS’s military legal drama “The Code,” stepping into the role played by Mira Sorvino in the original pilot.

She will play Colonel Eisa Turnbull, the Commanding Officer of the Marine Corps’ Judge Advocate Division. Eisa demands excellence of herself and her staff, inspiring fierce loyalty from the attorneys who serve under her command. One of the highest‐ranking female officers in the Corps, Eisa is also the mother of two sons who are serving overseas.

Shortly after the legal drama was picked up to series earlier this year, it was announced that the network would recast the characters played by Mira Sorvino and Dave Annable. A person with knowledge of the project told TheWrap at the time that Annable and Sorvino were simply not a good fit for the show as it emerged.

Also Read: Luke Mitchell Joins
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‘The Code’: Dana Delany To Co-Star On CBS Drama Series In Recasting

  • Deadline
‘The Code’: Dana Delany To Co-Star On CBS Drama Series In Recasting
Exclusive: Emmy winner Dana Delany has been tapped for a series regular on CBS’ new drama series The Code.

In The Code, whose pilot was penned by Limitless creator Craig Sweeny from a story by him and Craig Turk and directed by Marc Webb, the military’s brightest minds take on our country’s toughest challenges – inside the courtroom and out – where each attorney is trained as a prosecutor, a defense lawyer, an investigator – and a Marine.

Delany will play Colonel Eisa Turnbull, the Commanding Officer of the Marine Corps’ Judge Advocate Division. Eisa demands excellence of herself and her staff, inspiring fierce loyalty from the attorneys who serve under her command. One of the highest‐ranking female officers in the Corps, Eisa is also the mother of two sons who are serving overseas.

The role was played in the pilot by Mira Sorvino. It is one of two series
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The Code: Luke Mitchell (Blindspot) to Star in New CBS Series

The Code: Luke Mitchell (Blindspot) to Star in New CBS Series
"The Code" has some new company. Deadline reports Luke Mitchell has joined the upcoming CBS TV show.

The drama series follows "the military’s brightest minds take on our country’s toughest challenges – inside the courtroom and out – where each attorney is trained as a prosecutor, a defense lawyer, an investigator – and a Marine." The cast includes Anna Wood, Ato Essandoh, Phillipa Soo and Raffi Barsoumian.

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