Monday, Sept. 22 at 10pm ET - SEASON PREMIERE - Resurrection


The seventh season begins with the team searching for the person who shot Horatio while he was standing on an airport tarmac. Several suspects quickly emerge, and one of them is a member of H's own group. The investigation propels the team to track down and recover cases of fused-alloy bullets, capable of piercing armored vehicles, that are flooding the streets.

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Sep 21, 2008 3:07PM EDT

About the show
Shooting the premiere on location, "CSI: Miami" returns for a sixth season with a hostage situation that descends into murder. The twist comes as Horatio believes that one of the suspects in the crime may be his son.
Rory Cochrane (who played original "CSI: Miami" cast member Tim Speedle) is also set to return to Miami. Because Speedle was fatally shot in the line of duty after Cochrane asked to be released from the show in 2004, no one is sure how he'll return.
This fall Jessica Szohr is joining the series as Samantha Barrish, a "young and feisty" AV specialist. With Szohr's arrival, and last season's addition of the curvy, doe-eyed Eva La Rue (as Natalia Boa Vista), the cast of "CSI: Miami" has become just as sweat-inducing as the Miami sun.
"CSI: Miami" has reached a level other spin-off shows don't dare to dream of -- with 50 million viewers in more than 55 countries, it's one of the most popular television shows in the world.
The show follows crime investigators through the sizzling underworld of Miami and Miami Beach.
According to "CSI:Miami" star David Caruso -- a veteran of the crime show circuit after earning mega-fame on "NYPD Blue" -- the border-crossing popularity has allowed the series' writers and producers to take "CSI: Miami" to its audience.
"It opened some doors for us to go and embrace the audience around the world, literally, and physically be there," said Caruso. "And Brazil was just the beginning."
The thing that puts "CSI: Miami" above the host of similar shows, say fans, is the series' focus on week-to-week storylines in addition to the challenges the CSIs face in their weekly investigations.
Television blogger Jonathan Toomey says another reason the show has earned worldwide renown is because it highlights each character's unique contributions to the crime fighting team.
"(CSI:)Miami is the only one that really played up the specialties of its cast," he says. "Delko is an expert recovery diver, Calleigh has expertise in firearms and ballistics... I think Boa Vista is good with DNA or something like that. Anyway, my whole point here is that the show is unique because it does that. It's like some sort of super team."
The cast of "CSI: Miami" includes Adam Rodriguez as Eric Delko, David Caruso as Horatio Caine, Emily Procter as Calleigh Duquesne, Eva La Rue as Natalia Boa Vista, Jonathan Togo as Ryan Wolfe, Khandi Alexander as Alexx Woods and Sofia Milos as Det. Yelina Salas.

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