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Gary Sinise to Anchor Criminal Minds Spinoff

Gary Sinise is headed back to CBS. The actor, who starred for nine seasons on CSI: New York, has been tapped to headline a potential Criminal Minds spinoff . According to network sources,Sinise will portray Jack Garrett, a 20-year veteran of the FBI who leads an elite BAU team that handles cases involving Americans abroad. The proposed spinoff (written by Criminal Minds showrunner Erica Messer) will be filmed in February as an episode of Criminal Minds Season 10 and will air some time this spring.   Read More... was.

'Under the Dome' Adds 'CSI: NY' Star, Newcomer as Regulars for Season Two

Eddie Cahill will play Big Jim's brother-in-law, while Karla Crome will join the series as a teacher.    

CSI: NY Alum AJ Buckley Joins Justified

  CSI: NY  alum  AJ Buckley  has joined the cast of FX's  Justified .  He joins the season's supporting cast that also includes  Michael Rapaport .   Read More...

CSI: NY Star AJ Buckley Expecting First Child

  CSI: NY   star  AJ Buckley  is expecting his first child with fiancée Abigail Ochse. Read More...

'Covert Affairs': How Hill Harper Went From 'CSI: NY's' Nice Guy to Cocky CIA Boss (Video)

The former "CSI: NY" star dropped by the THR offices to discuss his transition from a crime procedural to wielding guns in international territory.

'CSI: New York' Season 9: Exclusive video clip from the DVD collection

"CSI: New York" may have solved its last case, but that doesn't mean the drama and fun have fully ended for this long-running procedural. On July 25, the DVD set of "CSI: New York - The Ninth Season" will be released. And you can preview one of the several bonus features here.The clip seen here comes from a featurette, "On Thin Ice." In it, Carmine Giovinazzo and Eddie Cahill joke with AJ Buckley about his ice-hockey skills. The hockey in question was part of the Season 9 premiere, "Reignited."Among the other special features coming with the DVD collection are:"A Day Off With ..." -- The cast and co-executive producer Trey Callaway talk about the episodes showing each character's day off from the crime lab."NYPD Clue" -- The cast and crew discuss translating the board game, Clue, into the serial-killer episode, "Clue: SI.""Fireworks" -- This is a behind-the-scenes look at the (literally) explosive beginning of Season...

Anthony E. Zuiker 'so sad' that 'CSI: NY' and 'Miami' are gone

Anthony E. Zuiker readily admits he's "sad ... I'm so sad" that "CSI: Miami" and "CSI: NY" are no more. "I got the [network's] phone call on Mother's Day of last year that 'CSI: Miami' was going off the air," the producer who launched a globally popular franchise by creating CBS' "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" tells Zap2it. "That was probably a premature departure. READ MORE...

'CSI: NY,' 'Vegas,' 'Rules of Engagement' and 'Golden Boy' canceled at CBS

The few days before the network upfronts tend to be brutal for shows awaiting word on their futures, and this year is no different.NBC issued a flood of cancellations earlier in the week, and CBS joined the fray on Friday (May 10), dropping the ax on the only four scripted shows on which it had yet to make a call: veterans "CSI: NY" and "Rules of Engagement" and rookie dramas "Golden Boy" and "Vegas."None of those is terribly surprising. "CSI: NY," which ended its ninth season in February, was widely expected to be done. Most of the "Rules of Engagement" cast sought other work this pilot season. "Vegas" started well but was on a downward curve for most of the season, and "Golden Boy" never really caught on in the ratings.PICS 2012-13 canceled showsThe cutting of "Golden Boy" and "Vegas" means CBS will bring only one of its first-year shows, "Elementary," back for a second...

'CSI: NY': Gary Sinise says CBS knows 'we're solid' while awaiting word on renewal

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.The CBS crime drama ended its ninth season in February, and the network hasn't indicated yet whether it will be renewed. While Sinise is no stranger to being in that position ("We've had that three years in a row now"), he's satisfied that the show's fans have been given some sense of closure, since his Detective Mac Taylor proposed to girlfriend Christine (Megan Dodds). And yes, she said, "Yes.""If you look at the very first episode of Season 1," Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Sinise tells Zap2it, "Mac is identified as a 9/11 family member, a first responder who lost a loved one in the Twin Towers. He's grieving, and throughout that first season, he's dealing with some of the residual effects."Toward the end of Season 8, he strikes up a...

‘CSI: NY’ Alum Hill Harper Joining ‘Covert Affairs’ as Series Regular

Thanks to the folks over at  Deadline , fans of the USA  Network spy  drama  Covert Affairs  can be excited about a  new addition to the series when it returns for its fourth season later this year in the form of ‘CSI: NY’ alum Hill Harper . The season (and possible series finale – since CBS has yet to pick-up the spin-off series for another season) of ‘CSI: NY’ will air tonight on CBS and word has it that Harper’s contract with the show was up at the end of this season, making it possible for him to move on to a new project. It is said that Harper is a fan of ‘Covert Affair’s and has a connection to the show’s creators Matt Corman and Chris Ord, as three men went to Brown University. READ MORE...