- CBS has cancelled The Code after one season.
- The show's cast took to social media to say their goodbyes.
- Fans were not happy that it won't return for season 2.
CBS has pulled the plug on The Code.
According to Deadline, the network has officially cancelled the military drama that ran for just one season. The series followed Captain Maya Dobbins, Major Trey Ferry, Lieutenant Harper Li, Warrant Officer Rami Ahmadi, and Captain John “Abe” Abraham and their adventures in the courtroom.
The show—which was reminiscent of both J.A.G. and NCIS—sadly aired its final episode last night, but that doesn’t mean fans or the cast have had enough closure. Anna Wood, who played Captain Maya, posted an honest note to her followers on Instagram after the news broke, and it doesn’t appear she’s at peace with the decision.
“Boo they canceled us. So grateful for the opportunity. So honored to work with these professional and kind friends of mine,” she said. “Also admittedly upset about this decision. We made a good show, with good humans, and this one stings.”
Luke Mitchell AKA Captain Abe also wrote he was “disappointed,” while Dana Delany, Colonel Glenn Turnbull, regretted that her character will “never make General.”
The audience was equally upset, with reactions like the following:
- "Cannot believe how ya’ll sleep on a great show CBS. Netflix please pick this series up."
- "We loved The Code and couldn’t wait to see it each week, CBS keep[s] canceling good shows."
- "The incompetence continues to grow at the networks. Not all of us enjoy watching “reality” TV and people making fools of themselves."
- "I’m protesting this decision."
Sooo…does this mean there’s room for a J.A.G. reboot this fall?
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