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... (and sister-studio Warner Bros. a chance to make a six-episode order worthwhile). In contrast, CBS wouldn't even let CSI: NY shoot a one-episode finale for a drama that's been on for nine seasons and averaged 11.2 million viewers. Have a nice life, ... Comment?
... Anatomy renewed . The lord taketh away but the lord also giveth Shonda Rhimes ' shows. Praise Jeebus. Good decision: CSI: NY cancelled . It started the successful franchise and now it's the last man standing - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was ... Comment?
... an agent with a shadowy past. She'll make her first appearance in the Season 4 premiere. The British actress joins CSI: NY star Hill Harper as new cast additions. As previously announced, Harper, who will be a regular on the USA drama, will play a ... Comment?
... , an agent with a shadowy past. She'll make her first appearance in the Season 4 premiere. The British actress joins CSI: NY star Hill Harper as new cast additions. As previously announced, Harper, who will be a regular on the USA drama, will play a ... Comment?
... Golden Boy ' have received an early cancellation from the network, along with the dismissal of long-running series ' CSI: NY ' and 'Rules of Engagement.' Find out why CBS let the latest series go inside! CBS might have proven itself the strongest of ... Comment?
" CSI: NY " was the second spinoff of the popular "CSI" franchise. Starring Gary Sinise and Sela Ward , the series aired the final episode of its nine-season run in February. Comment?
... Friday night procedural saw ratings drop over the course of its last few seasons. In its seventh season, "CSI: NY" averaged a 1.8 ratings in the key 18-49 demographic with 10.03 million total viewers; Season 8 saw an average rating of a 1.6 in the ... Comment?
CBS has canceled long-running procedural CSI: NY, freshmen Vegas, Golden Boy and long-running pinch-hitter Rules of Engagement. Comment?
... safely over the 100-episode mark. PREVIOUS: CBS has started to cancel existing series. I've learned that veteran CSI: NY has been axed, joining fellow spinoff CSI: Miami , which ended its run last season. Also over is freshman Vegas . ... Comment?
As expected, CBS decided to make this year the last for CSI: New York , the third spinoff of the CSI mothership that stars Gary Sinise. Comment?
... Among a record 116,800 voters, 34 percent wanted the ABC drama back, tied with CBS' "Vegas" and second only to "CSI: NY," with 38 percent. And just 17 percent of readers voted to kill it, the fewest for any series. Virginia residents, including ... Comment?
... fall. Among a record 116,800 voters, 34 percent wanted the ABC drama back, tied with CBS' Vegas and second only to "CSI: NY," with 38 percent. And just 17 percent of readers voted to kill it, the fewest for any series. ("Don't cares" represent the ... Comment?
Sela Ward and Gary Sinise of 'CSI: NY' on CBS. The New Normal shows that there are different families in this world , and I would love to see how the multigroup, multigenerational family grows next season. Comment?
Sela Ward and Gary Sinise of 'CSI: NY' on CBS. Body of Proof cheated death last season, fitting for a drama about a medical examiner who spends her days with cadavers. Comment?
Gary Sinise is holding out hope that it isn't the end for "CSI: NY," but he's content with where the show stands for now. Comment?
... show is a valuable commodity to both." Mantegna also is getting ready to reunite with longtime friend Gary Sinise ( "CSI: NY" ) to co-host PBS' telecast of the 24th annual National Memorial Day Concert on Sunday, May 26. As he does, he notes the ... Comment?
There's more Madison Avenue intrigue on Mad Men , Gary Sinise and co return for another double bill of CSI:NY, and over in Chicago Fire there's more than one kind of fire that needs fighting. Comment?
... the show was entitled "The Reckoning," the theme uniting Steppenwolf's shows this season. Some broad Gary Sinise/"CSI: NY" humor early on got the show off to a bit of a shaky start, but the notion of continually having to confront the past ... Comment?
Sela Ward and Gary Sinise of 'CSI: NY' on CBS. The voting booth remains open in USA TODAY's 16th annual Save Our Shows poll, which asks readers to weigh in on which of 16 prime-time sitcoms and dramas "on the bubble" this year between certain renewal and probable cancellation should come back and which should be dropped. Comment?
... Park . Sinise, the actor and musician known for his roles in movies like Forrest Gump and television shows like "CSI: NY," worked as a groundskeeper at Ravinia Festival. He remembers spending his days raking leaves and cutting grass on the ... Comment?