Yes, we're talking about Elementary and Code Black here.
Thankfully, Elementary has dodged the dreaded Sunday night timeslot this time around and will instead unspool its sixth season on Monday nights at 10/9c starting April 30.
The show will take over from Scorpion which wraps its season on April 23. Elementary was given a surprise renewal last year from CBS after continued erosion in the ratings.
The move was said to be down to the money the series brings with various syndication deals. In short, the show is said to turn in a big profit for CBS.
A vote of confidence from CBS came in November when the network increased the show's order from 13 episodes to 21 for Season 6.
Elementary Season 5 concluded with Sherlock hallucinating conversations with his deceased mother, while Joan discovered the severity of her partner's condition.
Elementary Season 6 will premiere on April 30, moving to a brand-new time slot — Mondays at 10/9c (after Scorpion‘s season has wrapped). In November, the network expanded the midseason drama’s run from 13 episodes to a full-ish 21.
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The show’s fifth season wrapped up with the revelation that the P.I. was hallucinating conversations with his dead mother. Shortly thereafter, Sherlock was taken in for a brain scan, while his partner Joan discovered the destruction he caused in
Bloodgood signed on to join the CBS medical drama back in June in the recurring role of tough-as-nails L.A. paramedic Rox Valenzuela, who’ll be saving lives alongside ride-along partner Dr. Willis, played by Rob Lowe. (Lowe’s character shifts his focus to field medicine in Season 3, either by ambulance or helicopter.) Now Rox will be a full-fledged member of the cast, starting with Season 3’s fourth episode.
That was the question of the hour as the CBS comedy’s cast members took the stage Friday morning at San Diego Comic-Con: Did Mayim Bialik’s character accept the cliffhanger marriage proposal offered by Jim Parsons’ Sheldon at the end of Season 10?
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Sadly (though not surprisingly), the show’s cast and creative team gave no indication of whether Leonard & Co. should start getting measured for tuxedos and bridesmaids gowns. The most information fans got on the pivotal scene came from Kaley Cuoco, who
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Less than three weeks after the news broke that original cast members Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park (who played Chin Ho and Kono) were exiting ahead of Season 8, the CBS procedural has promoted longtime recurring player Ian Anthony Dale (aka Kono’s husband Adam) to series regular, while also adding to its ranks Meaghan Rath (Being Human) and relative newcomer Beulah Koale.
A trusted confidant and resource for the team,
Melanie Chandra, who played Malaya Pineda since
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Melanie Chandra, who played Malaya Pineda since Season 1, will not be returning for Season 3, TVLine reports. However, the cast has added yet another new character in the wake of Chandra's departure.
Scream's Tyler Perez will recur as Diego, "a rich
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TVLine has learned exclusively that series regular Melanie Chandra, who has played lesbian resident Malaya Pineda since the CBS drama’s first season, will not be returning for Season 3.
Helping to fill the void will be Tyler Perez (Scream), who is set to recur as Diego, a rich and privileged charmster who has been handed everything in his life — including his first year residency at Angels Memorial. The hospital is even allowing him to make a documentary film of his experiences in the hospital.
The Late Show host began his monologue with word that the Gop’s health care plan “was pronounced dead of terminal sucking,” mocking the likes of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan for failing to repeal and replace Obamacare when “Republicans control only all three branches of government.”
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“Republicans said one thing for the last four elections,
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Leading out of that, a Battle of the Network Stars encore (2.4 mil/0.6) was the third straight rerun to fare much better than Still Star-Crossed‘s final Monday outing.
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Over on NBC, American Ninja Warrior (5.8 mil/1.5) ticked up a tenth, while Spartan (3.8 mil/1.0) was flat.
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The late-night host officially launched “Russia Week” on Monday’s episode of The Late Show, in which he shared the first of five segments that were filmed on location in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
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In the video above, Colbert makes an appearance on Evening Urgant, Russia’s late-night talker that host Ivan Urgant describes as “closer to [Jimmy] Fallon than to John Oliver.”
Among the highlights of Colbert
The series takes place in the fictional Angels Memorial Hospital, where the high number often outnumbered the limited resources available to doctors and patients, creating a situation known in some hospitals as a “code black.”
It stars Marcia Gay Harden, Boris Kodjoe Melanie Chandra, Harry Ford, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Jillian Murray, William Allen Young, Luis Guzmán, and Rob Lowe. Michael Seitzman, David Marshall Grant, Ryan McGarry, David Von Ancken, Marti Noxon and Linda Goldstein Knowlton serve as executive producers. ABC Television Studios produced in association with CBS Television Studios.
The series has enjoyed decent ratings, but nevertheless ranked as one of CBS’ lowest-rated scripted series this season. Season 2 averaged a 1.0 rating in adults 18-49 and 6 million viewers per episode.
CBS previously renewed 18 of their series. The returning shows renewed to date include comedies such as “Big Bang Theory” (for two seasons), “Mom,” and
This very important and timely film shines a light on the many personal battles faced by legal Indian immigrants living in America, including the struggles to get and keep H1-b visas, being granted a green card and how it is hard for them to be able to feel connected as citizens in the Us because they don’t know if they are going to stay or go.
The film tells the story of Young Silicon Valley software engineer Vivek Pandit (Ali Fazal) who is poised to become a key hire at a promising healthcare startup, but when they realize his work visa has less than a year remaining, the offer disappears. Having
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I was able to have a long catch up chat with Omi about his current work including an important movie, a cool Bolly-mentary, a funny Netflix show and his newest special television project. Check out what Chatur has been up too.
First up we talked about his newest film For Here or To Go?, which is releasing this Friday, March 31st. The dramedy puts the spotlight on immigration status in America. Along with Omi, the film stars Ali Faizal, Rajit Kapur, Amitosh Nagpal, Samrat Chakrabarti and Melanie Chandra.
For Here of To Go? is the story of
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