The series that launched the worldâs number-one television franchise, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" was presented with the prestigious International Television Audience Award for a Drama TV Series at the 50th Monte Carlo TV Festival on June 10, making it the third time the series has been awarded this honor in the awards five year history. To Read More Click here .
CSI's season-long hunt for Dr. Jekyll will finally come to a close, thanks to another serial murderer, Nate Haskell, aka The Dick and Jane Killer (Bill Irwin). At the end of last week's episode, Haskell told Dr. Ray Langtson (Laurence Fishburne) that he knows Dr. Jekyll's true identity. The finale (Thursday at 9/8c on CBS) features Haskell as the Hannibal Lecter to Langston's Agent Starling in a Silence of the Lambs - esque cat-and-mouse game. "How much of what Haskell is giving them is truth?" executive producer Carol Mendelsohn tells TVGuide.com, noting that Captain Brass will be furious that the team is trusting a convicted killer to help. "Langston believes that in the lies are some truths, and that the truths that Haskell is spinning will actually help in the investigation. And little by little, they do get closer to Dr. Jekyll." To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek and check out images below of an upcoming episode of CSI "Meat Jekyll" Season 10 Episode 23 airing Thursday May 20 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The CSI's lives are on the line as they close in on the elusive Dr. Jekyll, and more than one member of the team may not live to see his capture, on part two of a two-part 10th season finale of CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, May 20 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Bill Irwin ("Rachel Getting Married") returns as Nate Haskell, the infamous "Dick and Jane" killer. Source & Preview
CSI's 10th season has seen Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger) rise to the challenge of being a supervisor. But how will she respond when one of her team members is suspected of murder? In Thursday's episode, Dr. Ray Langston (Laurence Fishburne) continues his obsessive hunt for serial killer Dr. Jekyll. But when Heidi Custer (Monet Mazur), an investigative reporter from Langston's past, ends up dead, some begin to wonder if Langston himself is behind the Jekyll murders. "There are some doubts in some of the other team members, but Catherine is the one who really has his back," Helgenberger says. "As a supervisor, it's important to really give everyone the benefit of the doubt and remain as objective as you possibly can. I think Catherine is a very inclusive leader, and being a woman, I think she's a little more aware of and sensitive to the team's feelings and thoughts. But she's also getting more and more confident and she'll do what she needs to do." To Read More Click Here .
Death is coming to the CSI season finale. The first part of this episode airs tomorrow night, but a TV Guide reader can't even wait until then to ask the question on many of our minds: ccording to Carol Mendelsohn, one of them will be gunned down by Dr. Jekyll about halfway through the finale. But there's also a "super-secret twist," TV Guide reveals: "One or more of our CSIs will fall victim to one or more of our serial killers," she says. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek and check out images below of an upcoming episode of CSI "Doctor Who" Season 10 Episode 22 airing Thursday May 13 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The CSI team must investigate one of their own when Langston is accused by a former colleague of being part of the Dr. Jekyll murders, on part one of a two-part season finale of CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, May 13 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Bill Irwin ("Rachel Getting Married") returns as Nate Haskell, the infamous "Dick and Jane" killer, who may have valuable information about the case. Source & Preview
After the departure of her long-time partner last season, Marg Helgenberger's 'CSI' character, Catherine Willows, was promoted to the position of supervisor. But to fans, she's stepped up into another role: the heart of the show. It's a good place to be: 'CSI', which has become an international phenomenon and three-show franchise, will soon celebrate its 10-year anniversary. As the May 20 finale approaches, Helgenberger talked to TV Squad about her favorite 'CSI' memories, Catherine's flirtation with Det. Vartann and her summer travel plans. She also revealed her possible departure from the show: her contract is up after this season and that she hasn't yet been asked back. To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek and check out images below of an upcoming episode of CSI "Lost & Found" Season 10 Episode 21 airing Thursday May 6 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: A mother thought to be grieving for the loss of her family three years ago becomes a suspect in a CSI investigation, on CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, May 6 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Sound off now on the latest episode of CSI. Our TV Fanatic critic gave it a four out of five stars. Looking ahead, two major incidents take place on the May 6 installment of the highly-rated series: 1. A mother whose family disappeared years ago is considered a suspect in their death. 2. There's a shooting at CSI headquarters. Check out the official promo for "Lost & Found" now. Source & Preview
Marg Helgenberger, the actress who plays forensic scientist Catherine Willows on 'CSI', told TV Squad today that her contract on the show is up after 10 years and that she hasn't yet been asked back for next season. "My contract is up actually," Helgenberger said, when asked if she would be returning for 'CSI's' 11th season. "That's a good question. I haven't been asked back, so we'll see." Helgenberger's character was recently promoted to supervisor after the departure of her long-time partner, Gil Grissom (William Peterson). She has been with the show since it's debut in 2000. To Read More Click here .