Meagan Good is trading in her badge for a pair of scrubs.
The actress, last seen on Fox’s “Minority Report,” has reportedly joined CBS new medical drama “Code Black.” Good will take on the recurring role of Dr. Grace Adams. Not only is Adams a talented physician who’s back from a recent stint in Haiti doing humanitarian work; she and Neal (Raza Raffrey) share one steamy history, sure to ruffle a few feathers in the Angels Memorial hospital.
Good, 34, has previously starred in films like Stomp the Yard, Think Like a Man Too and Anchorman: The Legend Continues. Her TV credits include NBC’s short lived “Deception,” “Raising Dad,” and “Figure It Out.”
Based on the award-winning documentary of the same name, “Code Black,” which premiered September 2015, follows a group of physicians operating in an L.A. County hospital emergency room as they treat patients under difficult circumstances. Good is set to appear on the series beginning Wednesday, Feb. 10.
“Code Black” airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EST. Will you be watching?