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CSI: Miami Actress Eva LaRue Says Steven Seagal Sexually Harassed Her When She Was 22

Eva LaRue has joined the growing list of accusers saying that Steven Seagal sexually harassed them. The CSI: Miami actress said in an interview with Deadline that when she was 22, she got a call from her agent, saying that hed set up an audition for her at Seagals house. Even at 22, I knew better than to go to an audition at somebodys house, Eva LaRue, now 50, said. But my agent assured me that the reason it was at his house was because they hadnt secured their studio offices yet.   ...Read More...

'Nashville' Taps 'CSI: Miami' Alum to Play Will's Macho Father (Exclusive)

Rex Linn will recur on ABC's country music soap.   Read More... //

'CSI: Miami's' Adam Rodriguez Books Male Lead in ABC's 'Runner'

Opposite Paula Patton.   Read More... //

CSI: Miami Star Eva LaRue’s Husband Seeks Divorce, Denies Spousal Support

Unfortunately for Miami, this week has not been the city’s happiest. First, Justin Bieber gets arrested. Now, a star of the area’s CSI series is getting divorced. Actress Eva LaRue’s husband, Joseph Cappuccio, has filed for divorce, reports TMZ. Even more upsetting: He asked the court to reject any request Eva might make for spousal support. Not that she will ask. The 47-year-old’s acting career hit a major landmark when she landed the role of Natalia Boa Vista on CSI: Miami, the very first... //

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: Miami's Emily Procter Talks White Collar: It's a Nice Way to Start Dating Again

When Emily Procter first showed up on the set of White Collar , she remembers the exact moment she knew she wasn't in Kansas Miami anymore. "The set of CSI: Miami just happens to be very filthy in terms of its jokes, and I made a joke and... //

'CSI: Miami's' Emily Procter and David Bromstad help 'Design Star All Stars' get comfortable

Consider "American Idol" finalists and how anyone who ranks in the top few usually has a great voice. Then consider who won and how many you can name.After the first year, it sometimes becomes a trivia contest, but there are memorable contestants from each season. The lesson here is that runners-up generally make for good TV.HGTV applies that lesson with the six-episode "Design Star All Stars," premiering Tuesday, July 31. Drawing from its talent contest "Design Star," it features David Bromstad, the Season 1 winner, as host and mentor."It is one of those really fun type of shows taking the people who didn't win on the regular season of 'Design Star' and offer a personality that more people want to see," Bromstad tells Zap2it. "If you didn't get enough of Tom or Kellie, Sparkle is definitely hilarious."He refers to Tom Vecchione of Season 5, Kellie Clements of Season 6 and Sparkle Josh Johnson of Season... //

Why was 'CSI: Miami' canceled over 'CSI: NY': CBS's Nina Tassler discusses 'tough choice'

After 10 seasons, CBS finally said goodbye to "CSI: Miami" and David Caruso's Horatio Caine. Fans of the show were somewhat surprised. Though ratings had slipped considerably for the one-time juggernaut, we still didn't expect such a lackluster send-off, or an April season finale without any of the glory of a series-ender.So why did CBS choose to cancel "CSI: Miami" over, say, "CSI: New York," which still has a position on the Friday night line-up?"It was a very tough choice," Nina Tassler, President of CBS Entertainment, told press in New York on Wednesday morning. "It was almost a jump ball. It was just about where, and what fit on the schedule."In fact, when the slightly different budgets and ratings concerns for the "CSI" spin-offs were factored in, Tassler says there was no distinction -- at least in terms of numbers. "They were very close, looking at them forensically, they were very close. It was an... //

CBS Announces Cancellations of ‘CSI: Miami’, ‘NYC 22?, ‘Rob’ and ‘Unforgettable’

CBS has finally joined all of the other major networks in announcing their cancellations and renewals, handing out pink slips to the following shows: CSI : Miami , which will close down after 10 seasons taking down criminal in the sunny Florida city; The network said in a statement about the long-running series that "[It] leaves an amazing television legacy – a signature look and style, global popularity and as a key player in CBS’s rise to the top over the past decade. We thank all the producers  and its talented cast for 10 outstanding seasons". Read More... //  

'CSI: Miami' and 'The Event' endings still 'up in the air' for 'The Glades' Taylor Cole

Taylor Cole is making another Florida-based crime series now, but she hopes there's still life left in "CSI: Miami."Just added to the A&E drama "The Glades" -- which starts its third season Sunday, June 3 -- as a bureau chief bound to interfere in the less-than-solid relationship of Jim and Callie (Matt Passmore, Kiele Sanchez), the model turned actress spent the current television year as lab technician turned field agent Samantha Owens on the part of CBS' "CSI" franchise not yet renewed beyond its 10th season that ended last month."Sometimes you know and sometimes you don't," Cole tells Zap2it of having been through several series cancellations. "With 'Summerland,' I thought for sure we were getting picked up ... but they wanted 'Charmed' to go for another season, so we got knocked off. With 'The Event,' I was pretty positive we weren't coming back. And with 'CSI: Miami,' it's up in the air."It's harder when you... //