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CBS Tweaks Prime-Time Schedule

Apr 16, 2019  •  Post A Comment

CBS is moving things around in prime time to give an additional showcase spot to its new drama series “The Code.” The network announced today that it will air an original episode of the series on Tuesday, April 23.

The episode, “Back on the Block,” takes the place of a previously announced repeat installment of “FBI.”

“The Code” premiered on Tuesday, April 9, but then moved to Mondays, airing its second episode on Monday night (April 15) with its third episode on tap for next Monday, April 22.

CBS released the following blurb about “Back on the Block”:

“When a dying Marine confesses his involvement in covering up the murder of an Iraqi civilian more than a decade ago, Abe and Trey are assigned to prosecute the accused killer — a sitting U.S. congressman. Also, Maya helps her brother prepare for his state senate race.”

The episode is now set to air Tuesday, April 23 (9-10 p.m., ET/PT) on CBS.


Luke Mitchell (Capt. John “Abe” Abraham)

Anna Wood (Capt. Maya Dobbins)

Ato Essandoh (Major Trey Ferry)

Dana Delany (Col. Glenn Turnbull)

Phillipa Soo (Lt. Harper Li)

Raffi Barsoumian (Warrant Officer Rami Ahmadi)


Aaron Tveit (Matt Dobbins)

David Furr (Congressman Bobby Jones)

Rashad Edwards (Chris Cavello)

Brian O’Neill (Lt. Col. Noel Tally)

Emma Kikue (Amanda)

Rafael Sardina (Blaise Morales)

Leslie Cooper (Addison Carver)

Matthew Saldivar (Gustavo “Tico” Antico)

Peter Francis James (Marvin Dewitt)

Mark Moses (Col. Wesley Riggle)

Peter Ganim (Judge Pace)

WRITTEN BY: Mimi Won Tetjemtom

DIRECTED BY: Steve Adelson

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