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Watch Louise Lintons First Marie Antoinette Moment From 2007 CSI: NY Episode (Video)

Louise Linton, the actress wife of U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin who has come under fire this week for her Let them eat cake-like online tirade over her designer-tagged Instagram photo, is no stranger to Marie Antoinette moments. One of the Scottish-born actress very first Hollywood roles was in a 2007 episode of CSI: NY in which she played a French tutor who meets an untimely end at a charity costume party where she dresses as you guessed it Marie Antoinette. Her character, Simone DeLille, is led to a decidedly not-fake guillotine by her teenage student played by Shailene Woodley, the future star of the Divergent movie series and an Emmy nominee this year for HBOs Big Little Lies.  ....Read More... //

CSI: NY Goes MIA from Netflix in June

  CSI: NY is Netflix's most prominent departure for the month of June. The first eight seasons of the Gary Sinise -starring CSI spin-off are going offline on June 29, though Season 9 may be sticking around for awhile. So if you've been meaning to go on a murder binge, June's your time. CSI: NY will ... ...Read More...   //

CSI: NY's Eddie Cahill Cast Opposite Hayley Atwell in ABC's Conviction Pilot

Theres a thin line between love and hate, and you can expect Eddie Cahill to dance it with Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter)in ABCsConvictionpilot.The CSI: NYer has been cast as the projects male lead, our sister site Deadline reports. Cahills character, New York District Attorney Wayne Wallis, is a very charismatic, astute and hotpolitician who creates [] //

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...