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'CSI:NY' books 'Dawson's Creek' alum for harrowing episode

"CSI:NY" has booked "Dawson's Creek" star Meredith Monroe for a key guest-starring role in the fifth episode of the upcoming Season 9, Zap2it has learned exclusively. April is the mother of a boy who went missing 20 years ago, when he was 8 years old. Of course, April has never quite been able to overcome such a tragedy.When the guy accused of Tommy's kidnapping turns up dead, Mac (Gary Sinise) finds himself in the middle of a 20-year-old case. In the same episode, we'll see a flashback to Don's (Eddie Cahill) childhood with his sister Sam in a memorable moment with their father.Though best known for her work as Andie on "Dawson's Creek," Meredith Monroe has been steadily working ever since. Most recently, she starred as Jaime King's MIA mother on "Heart of Dixie" and played a widow on "Hawaii Five-0."... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/09/csiny-books-dawsons-creek-alum-for-harrowing-episode.html

Fall 2012: CSI: NY Season 9 Premiere Photos

Check out photos of the season premiere  episode  CSI: NY  "Reignited" Season 9 episode 1 which airs Friday, Sept. 28 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Episode Synopsis :  The CSIs investigate when a fire chief – a friend of  Mac’s – is killed in a blaze that used the same technique as a recently paroled arsonist, on the ninth season premiere of CSI: NY, Friday, Sept. 28 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television  Network. Rob Morrow ("Numb3rs") guest stars as Leonard Brooks, the arsonist. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/09/13/fall-2012-csi-ny-season-9-premiere-photos/  

Meet CSI: NY's New Lucy Messer!

Even on TV, little kids grow up. So in CSI: NY 's upcoming ninth season, Lucy Messer will look a little older! The CBS procedural has tapped Brooklyn Silzer to play Lucy, the daughter of married CSIs Danny ( Carmine Giovinazzo ) and Lindsay ( Anna Belknap ). Silzer, who has ...  //www.tvguide.com/News/CSINY-Lucy-Messer-Recast-1052338.aspx?rss=breakingnews

CSI: NY Casts a thirtysomething Vet

When CSI: NY heads to San Francisco for an early October episode, the gang will be joined by a former thirtysomething fave...  //www.tvguide.com/News/CSINY-Peter-Horton-1051500.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Actor Rob Morrow to Heat Things Up on ‘CSI: NY’

The folks over at  TV Line  broke the news earlier  today that actor Rob Morrow will make  a guest appearance  on  CSI: NY  when the long-running series returns this fall. He will actually  guest star  in the first two episodes of the new season, playing a "previously convicted arsonist who has recently been released from prison; but when a new rash of fires erupt across New York City, the NYPD and the CSIs turn to Morrow’s expert firebug for help". As yet, his character is unnamed. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/06/27/actor-rob-morrow-to-heat-things-up-on-csi-ny/  

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... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/why-was-csi-miami-canceled-over-csi-ny-cbs-nina-tassler-discusses-tough-choice.html

TV Ratings: 'Fringe' finale rises while CBS heavy hitters slide

"Fringe" has been picked up for a fifth and final season, so the ratings are of little consequence to fans at this point -- but you'll still be glad to hear that Friday night's Season 4 finale ratings were slightly better than the week before. Even "The Finder," which was canceled by FOX this week, saw a small ratings boost. (Perhaps because by now, everyone's already seen "The Avengers"?)Per usual, "Undercover Boss," "Blue Bloods" and "CSI: NY" helped CBS secure yet another win on Friday, though all three shows were slightly down from last week.CBS won the night with an average of 8.4 million viewers with 5.5 ratings/10 share in households. It easily beat second place ABC, (4.9 million 3.3/6) and third place NBC (3.6 million, 3.1/6). Finally, FOX trailed at 3.6 million viewers (2.3/4) with The CW in last place with 1.5 million (1.0/2).In the 18-49 demographic, ABC won the night (1.5) followed by... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/tv-ratings-fringe-finale-rises-while-cbs-heavy-hitters-slide.html

'CSI: NY' season finale: Gary Sinise realizes it 'might be the end'

Gary Sinise knows tonight (Friday, May 11) could end a long chapter of his career, but he's hoping for a different outcome.The CBS drama "CSI: NY" wraps its eighth season without a guarantee it'll be back this fall ... and with Sinise's crime-lab-leading Detective Mac Taylor seriously wounded, just as he's found personal happiness again with new girlfriend Christine (Megan Dodds)."You'll have to tune in to see what happens," the stage and screen actor teases Zap2it while adding, "I'd like to do another season if they want us to. We all enjoy doing the show, and I think the writers still have a lot of good stories left in them."The decision will be known next week, when CBS stages its 2012-13 upfront presentation for advertisers. "It's a great finale," Sinise promises, "very emotional and very different from some of our other episodes. In the last days of shooting, you didn't really want to act as... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/csi-ny-season-finale-gary-sinise-realizes-it-might-be-the-end.html

CBS Renews ‘CSI: NY’ But Cancels ‘A Gifted Man’

CBS handed out a number of renewals and cancellations at the end of last with  CSI : NY  coming out on the winning side by being renewed for a 9th season; but the bad news came to freshman drama  A Gifted Man , which was not extended beyond its debut season. [Source :  TV Line ] As fans know, the long-running ‘CSI’ spin-off is set in New York and currently stars Gary Sinise as Detective Mac Taylor and Sela Ward as Jo Danville, who took over for lead actress Melina Kanakaredes in 2010. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/05/14/cbs-renews-csi-ny-but-cancels-a-gifted-man/  

CSI: NY Season Finale: “Near Death” (Season 8 Episode 18)

CSI : NY  "Near Death" Season 8 Episode 18 airs Friday May 11 (10:00-11:00PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Episode Synopsis:  When Mac is shot, he finds himself in limbo between life and death and, as he fights for his life, it’s up to his team to bring the shooter to justice, on the eighth season finale of " CSI: NY ," Friday, May 11 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/05/11/csi-ny-season-finale-near-death-season-8-episode-18/