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CSI: Miami Adds Omar Miller as Series Regular

Eleventh Hour 's Omar Benson Miller has signed on as a CSI: Miami regular. Starting Oct. 5, Miller will appear on the crime drama as Walter Simmons, a Louisiana native and art theft specialist who joins the team led by Horatio (David Caruso), according to The Hollywood Reporter. It was previous reported that Miller, 30, was originally cast as a guest star, but CBS has since picked up his option as a series regular. Miller's other credits include Shall We Dance and 8 Mile . Source Here

CSI MIAMI "Hostile Takeover" Season 8 Episode 2 - Preview

Watch a preview of CSI: Miami "Hostile Takeover" Season 8 episode 2 which airs Monday, Sept. 28 10:00pm ET/PT. Episode Synopsis: When the lab is attacked, Horatio must fulfill a gunman's unique request in order to save five hostages, including new CSI Jesse Cardoza, on CSI: MIAMI, Monday, Sept. 28 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview

CSI: Miami Latest Episode: Season 8, Episode 1 - 'Out of Time'

Delko is found comatose, and we are taken back to the year 1997 to when the team first formed. Watch & Discuss: Watch CSI: Miami Season 8, Episode 1 - 'Out of Time' Read CSI: Miami's Review: Season 8, Episode 1 - 'Out of Time'

CSI MIAMI "Out of Time" Season 8 Premiere

Watch a Preview of CSI: Miami "Out of Time" Season 8 premiere episode which airs Monday, Sept. 21 10:00pm ET/PT. Episode Synopsis: As Delko's life hangs in the balance, Horatio flashes back 12 years to reveal how Miami's CSIs first met and became a team, on the eighth season premiere of CSI: MIAMI, Monday, Sept. 21 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source Here

Is It the End of the Road for CSI:Miami's Eric and Calleigh?

Just how much damage did the bullet that CSI: Miami 's Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter) fired in the show's Season 7 finale do to Calleigh's relationship with lover-partner Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez)? The good news: Delko may be aimlessly wandering the Everglades, but at least he's alive. That comes as a relief to fans who feared the worst when it was announced that Rodriguez would leave the show this season. And it's a relief to Rodriguez as well. "Because of how the season ended, I didn't want to leave it on that note," Rodriguez tells TVGuide.com. "I felt that would be cheating the fans. So we discussed making sure that I was participatory in Season 8 so that we could fade the character out the right way and give him a proper exit. "I feel like Eric Delko has gone through so many ups and downs and has had such a great journey on the show," he says. "There will be resolution with Eric and Calleigh, and it will be a nice, slow exit. I think people will be happy with the way it all ends." That leaves only the bad news: Calleigh will be a bit of an ice queen before coming to that resolution. "Eric and Calleigh have many, many scenes to do together, but realistically, at the moment there hasn't been any closure," Procter says. "She's definitely facing an internal struggle. I think that's going to be very difficult. She is saying publicly that she doesn't care, but she cares very much and it's very difficult. But she's also such a straight arrow, and I think she believes she was just following protocol." The premiere episode divides its focus on the cliff-hanger resolution and a flashback to 1997. In addition to learning just how Horatio (David Caruso) came by his iconic shades, viewers will also see how the Miami CSIs first came together. "You see everyone's enthusiasm for when they first got the job, and hopefully people will be able to notice how we've subtly changed," Procter says. "I think it's easy with a procedural to think people don't have that much arc to their character, but I'm hoping that [the audience will see] that we do." The flashback also provides the introduction of new cast member Eddie Cibrian. As L.A. Detective Jessie Cardoza, Cibrian swings into Miami for Season 8, which could pose its own share of problems for Calleighko. "It turns out they met on Calleigh's first day at the Miami Dade Police Department," Procter says. "He was on his way out as she was on her way in. So they have this old, established friendship at this point, and I think their characters are very easy with one another. "But who knows?" Procter adds when asked if that friendship could turn into romance. "It's CSI:Miami and it's Calleigh Duquesne, so anything can happen!" In other, possibly related news, the actress adds that we will see a shirtless Cibrian this season. Cibrian isn't the only new face on the show this season. Boston Legal 's Christian Clemenson joins the cast as a medical examiner and, according to Procter, Omar Benson Miller's Walter Simmons will force the CSIs to do more science and research instead of relying on databases. "[The new characters] add a lot of life to what we're doing," Procter says. Also visiting the show this season, during November sweeps, will be CSI 's Dr. Raymond Langston (Laurence Fishburne). Langston will visit all three shows in the franchise while working on a case, but Procter has her own thoughts about his true motives for coming to Miami. "I'm sure it's Calleigh Duquesne!" she says. "He's heard she's single and he has to be headed over for a little of that. If I were sitting at the poker table, that's where I'd put my money." CSI:Miami returns Monday, Sept. 21 at 10/9c on CBS.

Tonight's TV Hot List: Monday, Sept. 21, 2009 - Featured

* Dancing with the Stars (8/7c ABC) The show enters its ninth season with its largest cast ever: 16 celebrities! This season will feature some new dances and several double eliminations. Some pros who haven't competed on the show recently are back, including Louis van Amstel and Anna Trebunskaya. As for the dancing novices, this year's big crop of diverse stars includes Donny Osmond, Kelly Osbourne, Melissa Joan Hart, Michael Irvin, Chuck Liddell and Macy Gray. On this first night of competition, the male celebrities perform. * Heroes (8/7c NBC) The drama is back tonight with a two-hour season premiere kicking off "Volume 5: Redemption." After last season's turmoil, everyone is trying to settle back into normal lives, but it's a goal that's difficult to achieve especially after the arrival of a strange carnival clan made up of people with powerful abilities who set out to become involved with the Heroes. Meanwhile, Claire's college career gets off to a bad start; Angela and Matt fret over the Nathan-Sylar situation; and Peter is called upon by an old friend who needs a favor. * House (8/7c Fox) First, the good news: House is off Vicodin and the pain in his leg is manageable. Of course, he was detoxed to within an inch of his life, and he's a patient in a very forbidding mental hospital as Season 6 begins. "Your issues run deeper than Vicodin," the director (Andre Braugher) tells him. Really? You can bet that these two will clash, and you can also bet that House won't spend the entire season in this hospital. No more spoilers except for this: House launches his hip-hop career. * Accidentally on Purpose (8:30/7:30c CBS) It's difficult to imagine the effervescent and eternally youthful Jenna Elfman as "the older woman," but that's the role she takes on in this sitcom about a newspaper film critic in a relationship with a younger man. Elfman plays Billie, who, in the pilot, has a fling with a younger guy (Jon Foster), gets pregnant, decides to keep the baby and then asks the father to live with her... as friends. Of course, when his friends start invading her home, she wonders if she'll be raising two kids. Further complicating her life is a recently ended - but still healing - relationship with her boss (Grant Show). * CSI: Miami (10/9c CBS) The big question Miami fans want to know is whether Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez) is alive or dead when he's discovered in the Everglades tonight after being shot in last May's finale. Well, he's alive but will he still be breathing by the end of the eighth-season premiere? The fact that Rodriguez has joined the cast of Ugly Betty doesn't bode well for Delko or that Eddie Cibrian is joining the Miami cast as a new CSI. Another thing fans learn tonight is how Horatio first came to wear his trademark sunglasses. It's part of a flashback sequence that details how the current CSI team first came together in 1997. Source Here

Ratings: Did Kanye's Apology Help Boost Leno's Numbers? - Featured

The Jay Leno Show debuted with strong numbers, perhaps because the show featured the week's most talked-about celebrity: rapper Kanye West. After two online apologies, West made apologized again on Leno's show for interrupting Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the MTV: Video Music Awards . Leno asked him what his late mother would have thought of the incident. "Obviously, I deal with hurt, so many celebs, they don't take the time off; I've never taken the time off," West said. "I'm ashamed that my hurt caused someone else's hurt. ... If there's anything I can do to help Taylor in the future or help anyone, I want to." NBC's 10 p.m. talk show pulled in 17.7 million total viewers and a 5.1 Nielsen rating in the key demos. The demo rating was 34 percent higher than the debut of The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien in June and 50 percent higher than Leno's Tonight Show finale. It also handily beat a repeat of CBS' CSI: Miami (6 million viwers) and Dreamgirls on ABC (4.3 million viwers). While NBC executives are pleased with the numbers, they expect the nightly average to dip once other networks launch their fall schedules. "The fact that it opened so well is a great sign, but it's only one night," NBC CEO Jeff Zucker told The Hollywood Reporter. "There's a very long way to go from here. We'll judge this on 52 weeks, not one night." Source Here

CSI MIAMI Season 8 Premiere Video "How Horatio Got His Sunglasses"

Watch a Preview of the CSI Miami season 8 premiere episode "Out of Time" airing Monday, Sept. 21 10:00pm ET/PT. In this clip, we have a behind the scenes look at the shooting of the episode including an explanation on how Horatio got his sunglasses. Episode Synopsis: As Delko's life hangs in the balance, Horatio flashes back 12 years to reveal how Miami's CSIs first met and became a team, on the eighth season premiere of CSI: MIAMI, Monday, Sept. 21 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Video

Eddie Cibrian on CSI Miami Season 8 - First Look

Check out the first pictures of Eddie Cibrian on CSI Miami Season 8 episode 3 "Bolt Action" airing Monday, Oct. 5th (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. We previously announced the casting of Eddie Cibrian as a regular on CSI Miami a few months ago. Based on these pictures, he is going to start off in a bloody yet strangely shirtless situation. Episode Synopsis: Three volleyball players mysteriously drop dead on the court while Calleigh's testimony against Delko threatens his future as a CSI, on CSI: MIAMI, Monday, Oct 5th(10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. For More Pics Click Here .

Tia Carrere on CSI Miami Season 8 - PHOTO

Check out the first picture of Tia Carrere on CSI Miami Season 8 episode 3 "Bolt Action" airing Monday, Oct. 5th (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: Three volleyball players mysteriously drop dead on the court while Calleigh's testimony against Delko threatens his future as a CSI, on CSI: MIAMI, Monday, Oct 5th(10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source Here