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Jay Harrington is going to the hospital. Deadline reports the Better Off Ted star will recur on season two of the CBS TV series Code Black.The medical drama follows the staff of an underfunded Los Angeles Emergency Room. The cast includes Marcia Gay Harden, Rob Lowe, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Harry Ford, Luis Guzman, Melanie Chandra, William Allen Young, Boris Kodjoe, and Jillian Murray.Read More… »
We have a lot of casting news and even something a bit smelly to talk about. Really!
Word is, Fields will be forced to operate on one of the major characters.
Forced sure is a strong word. Will it be Mike, or will someone else on staff suffer from a head injury?
According to Deadline, the series, a drama, possibly about the mafia, is written by David O. Russell, and has received a two-season order of eight episodes each. »
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The Better Off Ted alum will recur during Season 2 of the CBS medical drama as Dr. Leo Fields, the most respected neurosurgeon in Los Angeles, our sister site Deadline reports.
The brilliant Dr. Fields will be forced to operate on one of the show’s major characters. (That’s your cue to hit the comments with your theories on who’s going under the knife.)
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Benched and Better Off Ted alum Jay Harrington has booked a key recurring role on the second season of CBS' medical drama series Code Black. He will play the brilliant Dr. Leo Fields, the most respected neurosurgeon in Los Angeles who’s forced to operate on one of the show’s major characters. Harrington joins new Code Black regular Rob Lowe and major recurring players Noah Gray-Cabey, Emily Tyra, and Kathleen Rose Perkins. Harrington, known for playing the title character… »
4 items from 2016
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