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The “Justified” and “Friends” alum has been cast as Bobby B., one of Dice’s oldest friends and whipping boys. He has always been known as “Bobby The Mooch” because he never had a dime to his name, but now, Bobby has come into some serious money, and he’s going to throw enough cash around that he kills that nickname stone dead — a decision that just makes Dice simmer with fury until it boils over.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Gersh has signed CSI: Crime Scene Investigation alum Jorja Fox for U.S. representation. Fox starred for eight seasons as autopsy team member Sara Sidle on CBS’ CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which ended its 15-year run last month. Fox also had starring roles on NBC’s ER and The West Wing, and guest turns on Law And Order and the historic “coming out” episode of Ellen. On the film side, Fox appeared in Sundance films Memento, How To Make The Cruelest Month and The Kill-Off… »
CSI said goodbye Sunday night after 16 seasons with its most beloved former cast members returning for a two-part finale. CSI Finale At the center of the finale were erstwhile couple Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) and Gil Grissom (William Petersen). They’re pulled back together during the finale after Catherine’s (Marg Helgenberger) Las Vegas casino suffers […]
The post ‘CSI’ Series Finale: Gil Grissom And Sara Sidle Ride Off Into The Sunset appeared first on uInterview. »
- Chelsea Regan
Appreciating the “CSI” finale – 15 years, countless bodies, piles of cash, and multiple spinoffs later – really requires going back to the beginning. This was a show that CBS had relatively little faith in, placing it behind what the network saw as its likely star in the class of 2000, “The Fugitive,” on Friday nights. Disney was so disappointed about the scheduling the studio, which developed it, backed out as a financier, one of those decisions that produce headaches and finger-pointing with eight or nine zeroes attached.
All that came to an end on Sunday night, with a two-hour movie intended to provide an element of closure. By now, of course, the ratings had shrunk to a fraction of where they were in the program’s heyday, with multiple cast changes and different leads (William Petersen, Laurence Fishburne, Ted Danson) over the run.
Among the program’s more dubious contributions to society was »
- Brian Lowry
It’s one of TV’s great rags-to-riches stories: Young guy from Las Vegas delivers a global smash hit with his first-ever TV script.
Anthony Zuiker, 47, was not so far removed from his job driving a tram for a Sin City hotel when he managed to field the pilot for “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” for Jerry Bruckheimer TV and CBS in 2000. A well-arranged marriage of Zuiker with veteran showrunners Carol Mendelsohn and Ann Donahue set “CSI” off on a journey that would change the course of TV history and spawn three spinoffs, most recently the Patricia Arquette starrer “CSI: Cyber.”
With the mothership wrapping its 15-year run with a two-hour movie airing Sunday night, creator/exec producer Zuiker spoke with Variety about the emotional experience of writing the finale, reuniting with original “CSI” stars William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger and his deep appreciation for Mendelsohn, Donahue, CBS’ Nina Tassler, Leslie Moonves »
- Cynthia Littleton
Brush up on your forensic jargon and crank the volume on The Who, because it’s nearly time to say goodbye to CSI.
After formally getting cancelled in May, the long-running mothership series will tie up loose ends with a two-hour movie event on Sunday, Sept. 27 (9/8c, CBS), which will involve almost every key player from the past 15 seasons.
Though some fans may be skeptical as to how Gil Grissom, Catherine Willows, et al. will return after being off the show for years, series creator Anthony E. Zuiker is confident that the finale’s plot will allow for a seamless blast from the past. »
Actors, writers, producers and creators of CBS hit show “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” gathered Wednesday night for a panel to mark its series finale at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills. The Q&A concluded the 2015 PaleyFest Fall TV Previews.
Devoted fan and Entertainment Weekly writer Lynette Rice moderated the event and began with a question directed to creator Anthony E. Zuiker. Rice asked how he thought to redefine the television crime genre, singing the iconic theme song, “Who were you, who who who who?”
“I was watching a show called ‘The New Detectives’ on the Discovery Channel and saw a forensic docu-drama… about a cheerleader who was killed and they pulled a long blonde hair out of the headrest,” Zuiker started.
After a voice-over explained the cause of death from studying the strand, Zuiker said, “That’s when I learned that the body really is the perfect »
- Mannie Holmes
Channel 5 is sending Us TV favourite CSI: Crime Scene Investigation out in style with a night-long tribute
CSI Night will include a re-broadcast of the procedural drama's 2000 premiere, as well as the debut of its movie-length finale called Immortality.
You can also vote now through September 14 for your all-time favourite episode to be shown during CSI Night, and possibly even win a box set.
No air date has been set yet for Channel 5's CSI Night, but the marathon will serve as an introduction into the spinoff CSI: Cyber.
CSI star Elisabeth Harnois recently opened up to Digital Spy about her dream ending for her character Morgan Brody - and it's a doozy.
Immortality wraps up CSI's run in the Us on September 27 on CBS. »
In the first official images from “CSI: Immortality,” we see fan favorite characters Det. Jim Brass and Catherine Willows back in action. Marg Helgenberger, who plays Willows, departed the series after the 12th season, while Paul Guilfoyle, who plays Brass, left the show after the 14th. Both will return, along with Gil Grissom (William Petersen), for the two-hour finale event. Plot details for the finale are scarce, but we know that former members of the Las Vegas Crime Lab return to action after a catastrophic event paralyzes Las Vegas. Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) is also forced to make a decision regarding her career. »
- Joe Otterson
A bevy of Hollywood A-listers have been named to Paley Center for Media’s Los Angeles board of governors, the nonprofit announced Wednesday.
Among them are Lionsgate TV chairman Kevin Beggs, NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt and United Talent Agency founding partner Peter Benedek. CBS Entertainment chair Nina Tassler is the sole woman on the list.
The board’s goal is to offer the Paley Center advice and counsel in support of a mission to lead the conversation about the cultural, creative and social significance of media and its impact on our society. Also, said Maureen J. Reidy, president and CEO of the Paley Center for Media, “The board will serve an important role in helping to ensure the Paley Center will continue to be a thriving cultural institution, must-visit tourist destination and the go-to place for television fans and the media-interested public.”
The full list of board of governors is below. »
- Whitney Friedlander
S. Craig Zahler helmed the project about an unlikely team of gunslingers who set out to bring a group of settlers home after they're kidnapped by ruthless cannibal savages. [Source: THR]
Mad Max: The Wastelands
Though there's demand for it, talk of a sequel to "Mad Max: Fury Road" remains premature at this point it would seem. Though having already scored a rumored title - "Mad Max: The Wasteland" - "Fury Road" star Charlize Theron did not seem to know anything about another 'Max' film when asked about it this week.
Speaking with USA Today, Theron says: "What's Wasteland? This is all news to me. I have not heard anything like that."
Untitled Brad Peyton Project
- Garth Franklin
The gang is back for the CSI finale. Marg Helgenberger has tweeted behind-the scenes pics from the set of the 2-hour CSI: Crime Scene Investigation finale, which will air on Sunday, September 27. Above is Helgenberger with fellow original star William Petersen. Helgenberger’s second tweet below shows five original characters: Catherine Willows (Helgenberger), Dr. Gil Grissom (Petersen), Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox), Greg Sanders (Eric Szmanda), and Jim Brass (Paul… »
It's the end of an era. After 15 seasons and more than 300 episodes, CSI is coming to an end. And its bringing back some major players for its special two-hours series finale on Sept. 27. Original star Marg Helgenberger, who now stars on CBS' Under the Dome, posted two photos from the set, showing five of the longrunning series' original stars reunited. "#Ogcsi Great fun today with this gang!" Helgenberger captioned a photo from William Petersen, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda and Paul Guilfoyle. And the other photo should please some CSI shippers immensely. In the photo, Helgenberger poses with Petersen, reuniting Catherine Willows and Gil Grissom, two characters fans have »
(Nearly) the entire CSI gang is back in action, shooting the CBS procedural’s two-hour finale event (Sept. 27), and thanks to the long list of returning stars, we’re getting a behind-the-scenes look as the reunions unfold.
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Marg Helgenberger, for example, couldn’t resist sharing the above photo of Grissom (William Petersen) and Willows together again. She also shared this group shot with Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda and Paul Guilfoyle:
#Ogcsi Great fun today with this gang! pic.twitter.com/HHAx9norkj
— Marg Helgenberger (@MargHelgen) July 31, 2015
The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
As the critical acclaim and commercial audience for television has increased over the years, the demand for festivals dedicated to television, outside of over-arching festivals such as the San Diego Comic-Con, has proportionally increased. One of the most prominent television festivals that has arisen as a result has been Paleyfest. Conducted by the Paley Center for Media, the newest incarnation of the event is poised to be held once again in Los Angeles, running in September 2015 from the 9th to the 17th, and now the first wave of the lineup for the event has been announced.
Things will get kicked off on the 9th with two shows from NBC. The two panels from the channel will be for Truth Be Told and Undateable, with the Truth Be Told panel including castmembers Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tone Bell, and Vanessa Lachey, among others. The Undateable panel shall include »
- Deepayan Sengupta
“CSI” will get a farewell panel at the Paley Center’s annual fall event, PaleyFest Fall TV Previews, which runs Sept. 9-17 in Los Angeles.
The weeklong celebration of new series will honor each major network with events featuring premiere screenings and conversations with the cast and creative teams of fall TV, including ABC’s “Dr. Ken,” CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” Fox’s John Stamos vehicle “Grandfathered” and NBC’s comedy “Truth Be Told” (formerly titled “People Are Talking”).
“PaleyFest fall TV previews offers fans and TV enthusiasts a chance to preview the best shows the fall season has to offer through premiere screenings and exclusive conversations with TV’s most-talked about stars and creators,” said Maureen J. Reidy, president and CEO at the Paley Center for Media. “The Paley Center continues to put the TV fan first with our exciting and intimate programs that offer never-before-seen content and experiences that are unmatched. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Ready or not, it’s almost time to say goodbye to CSI. The long-running CBS procedural’s finale is slated to air Sunday, Sept. 27, and TVLine can now confirm more than 10 vets returning to the fold for the farewell fete.
* Paul Guilfoyle as Captain Jim Brass (original run: 2000–2014)
* Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle (2000–2015)
* Jon Wellner as »
Episodes: 335 (hour) + finale movie
TV show dates: October 6, 2000 -- September 27, 2015
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, Laurence Fishburne, Ted Danson, Paul Guilfoyle, George Eads, Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall, Gary Dourdan, Jorja Fox, David Berman, Wallace Langham, Archie Kao, Louise Lombard, Liz Vassey, Gerald McCullouch, Larry Mitchell, Joseph Patrick Kelly, Marc Vann, Sheeri Rappaport, Jon Wellner, Skip O'Brien, and Alex Carter.
TV show description:
This drama follows the cases of the Las Vegas Police Department's Crime Scene Investigation division (otherwise known as a crime lab).
The division solves crimes almost entirely through the means of forensics evidence and interesting procedures and equipment. The cases are sometimes bizarre and often reflect the series' unique setting but unlike many other dramas, »
The series was once CBS' top-rated show but those days are long gone and it's now time for the original CSI: Crime Scene Investigation TV series to end. There won't be a 16th season but there will be a conclusion.
Debuting in October 2000, CSI follows Las Vegas crime scene investigators as they try to solve bizarre cases. This season's castmates are Ted Danson, Elisabeth Shue, George Eads, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall, Wallace Langham, David Berman, Elisabeth Hamois, and Jon Wellner.
It's the end of an era for CBS: CSI has been canceled. The long-running drama's current season, its 15th, will be its last. Yep, after more than 300 episodes, the crime scene investigators are hanging up their rubber gloves and goggles. However, the series isn't going away without a proper goodbye. A two-hour series finale featuring original cast members William Petersn and Marg Helgenberger will return for the Sunday, Sept. 27 special to bid farewell. Over the years CSI starred Petersen, Helgenberger, Gary Dourdan, George Eads, Paul Guilfoyle, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall, Louise Lombard, Wallace Langham, Lauren Lee Smith, Laurence Fishburne, Liz Vassey, David Berman, Ted Danson, Elisabeth Harnois, »
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