'Code Black' star breaks her silence after beloved TV show is canceled
Most television networks have been weeding out shows that they don’t wish to renew. CBS recently announced that one of these shows was Code Black.
After finding out the sad news, one of the show’s stars, Marcia Gay Harden, took to Instagram to share her thoughts. She also included a short funny clip with her post.
Marcia Gay Harden, 58, spoke out after learning that Code Black had been canceled after its three seasons. On the show, the actress portrays Dr. Leanne Rorish.
She tagged fellow cast members as she shared what the show had meant to her. The star revealed that being on the series had been an incredible journey.
Harden acknowledged that they got to tell universal stories about suffering, hope, and family. She thanked the show’s creators for allowing her to bring her character to life.
‘Just learned last night that our beloved @codeblack_cbs is officially cancelled.’
Marcia Gay Harden, Instagram, May 24, 2018
The actress also thanked the production company for what she called ‘your particular brand of kindness.’ Despite one of them being responsible for the cancelation, Harden also thanked CBS and ABC for the past three years of being on television
The people she gave her biggest thanks to was the fans. She shared with them that she was grateful to them for their letters of affirmation for every episode.
Code Black’s fans would write about how their lives were reflected and their work validated by the journeys of the characters. She admitted that what the fans got from the series was the whole point of the show.
Harden then wished her fellow co-stars well in their individual journeys. Another star on the show, Michael Seitzman, also shared his feelings on the series being canceled.
He said the news were sad but encouraged fans to keep watching the rest of the episodes as they were going to be the best they would ever see.