18 items from 2010
On tonight's all new episode of CSI, there's a bit of an Erin Brockovich case going on when the CSI team investigates the murders of two men who were about to blow the whistle on a gas company who had been poisoning residents. Katee Sackhoff will also be making a return guest appearance as Detective Frankie Reed.
Below is a trailer and two sneak peeks for tonight's new CSI episode, as well as promotional photos courtesy of CBS. Make sure you tune into CSI tonight at 9:00 p.m.
The CSI Team Investigates The Murders Of Two Men About To Accuse A Large Company Of Poisoning The Water In A Farming Town, On "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," Thursday, Nov. 11
"Fracked" - Two men are murdered right before exposing a natural gas company for poisoning residents in a farming town, »
CSI stalwart Marg Helgenberger thinks its “kind of remarkable” that her procedural has held up so well after so many years. But even if it remains a global phenom (and one of CBS’ top performers), it’s hard for her to imagine working on the veteran show beyond this year. ”I’m only actually negotiated for this season. That’s all I’m really thinking about right now is just finishing up this season,” Helgenberger told EW at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Presents: Primetime TV Crimefighters event on Monday in California. “So no, I don’t … not much longer. »
- Lynette Rice
On Tuesday, CBS dropped CSI: The Complete Tenth Season on DVD (and DVD only, despite the Blu-Ray release of Season Nine). Let’s take a closer look at the contents of this seven-disc box set.
I’m sure I’ll get some flak for this, but I’m not one of those people who cried that CSI would end with the departure of William Petersen (or Jorja Fox, or Gary Dourdan, for that matter). Like Law & Order, to me CSI was always more about the crimes being closed than the cast – and I couldn’t complain about attracting a proven name in Laurence Fishburne to the series. I was more amused by Jorja Fox’s decision to leave the show, then – possibly finding her career after it to not be as rewarding – come back on a recurring basis and then eventually as a series regular for the second time. »
- Brittany Frederick
CSI is resorting to a bit of stunt casting on season 11, as the former pop singer will be followed by Marilyn Manson's ex on an episode scheduled to air next year.
Von Teese will come on board as what producer Carol Mendelsohn describes to Entertainment Weekly as a classic Hollywood femme fatale in a throwback to “the glory days of L.A. film noir. Her character is absolutely unlike what she seems. Prepare to be tantalized and tormented.”
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How’s this for a major CSI, um, teese: Burlesque beauty and international style icon Dita Von Teese is set to guest-star in an early 2011 episode, sources confirm to me exclusively.
The occasional actress will play a classic Hollywood femme fatale in a throwback to “the glory days of L.A. film noir,” explains exec producer Carol Mendelsohn. “Her character is absolutely unlike what she seems. Prepare to be tantalized and tormented.”
Mendelsohn adds that the case “will get personal” for Eric Szmanda’s Sanders—which makes sense since Szmanda and Von Teese are pals off screen.
Von Teese’s »
- Michael Ausiello
CBS has provided us with three brand new videos from tonight's Season 10 premiere of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation entitled Shock Waves, which airs tonight, September 23 at 10 Pm Et. The premiere features special guest star Justin Bieber making his acting debut, and the network has issued us a clip of his performance, a featurette and an image of the pop star on the set. Take a look at these videos and the new image below:
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode 11.1, "Shock Waves" stars Laurence Fishburne, Marg Helgenberger, George Eads, Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall, Paul Guilfoyle, Justin Bieber, Alex Carter and is directed by Alec Smight. »
The original CSI: Crime Scene Investigation that spawned two spin-offs hit double digits this past year and that season, its tenth, is coming to DVD on September 28 with the added bonus of an episode from each spin-off show.
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is a fast-paced drama about a passionate team of forensic investigators trained to solve crimes the old-fashioned way . by examining the evidence. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is on the case 24-7, scouring the scene, »
Jorja Fox has reportedly signed a new deal to return to CSI for the show's upcoming eleventh season. However, according to Entertainment Weekly, it is currently unclear whether the actress - who plays Sara Sidle in the crime drama - will appear in a recurring role or as a series regular. Fox's co-stars Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows), George Eads (Nick Stokes), Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders), (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
Another series regular will be returning to CSI.
Fox, of course, left CSI for a bit and then re-appeared on last year's September premiere.
CSI debuts its new season on September 23. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (M.L. House)
Just whipped up a nice batch of TV casting news for everyone. First up, THR reports that the amazing character actor Clifton Collins Jr. – who can be seen in blockbusters like J.J. Abrams Star Trek and hard-hitting dramas like Capote – has joined the cast of NBC’s new fall drama series The Event. Collins will play Thomas, a key player in the show’s secret conspiracy who will come into conflict with the president of the United States. What exactly the conspiracy deals with no one is sure, but plenty will find out about The Event when the pilot is screened for Comic-Con audiences next week. Stay tuned for our coverage on that new series and more from the convention in San Diego next week.
Hit the jump for some casting news on the original CSI and a hope and a prayer for a new cast member on True Blood. »
- Ethan Anderton
This just in: Jorja Fox (Sara) has renewed her commitment to CSI.
Sources confirm to me exclusively that Fox has signed on to return for the procedural’s upcoming 11th season. Terms of her new contract are being kept under wraps, so it’s unclear whether she’ll be billed as a recurring guest star or a series regular.
CBS declined to comment.
Fox was one of five CSI vets negotiating new pacts with the show — and the last to sign on the dotted line. She joins fellow returnees Marg Helgenberger (Catherine), George Eads (Nick), Eric Szmanda (Greg), and Paul Guilfoyle »
- Michael Ausiello
HollywoodNews.com: “CSI: Las Vegas” has already lost a handful of main characters and despite a slight decrease in ratings, the show still continues to dominate the viewers.
However, fans can rest as ease because one of the few original members, Marg Helgenberger won’t be going anywhere. She has just inked a new contract with the show, reports Entertainment Weekly. However, other veterans George Eads, Eric Szmanda, and Paul Guilfoyle are still negotiating their deals. They also report that longtime favorite Jorja Fox who left the show, is in talks to return in “some capacity.”
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Ausiello: She’ll be the next best thing to a series regular: a recurring guest star. (That noise you hear is Morgan fantasizing about their awkward first date.)
- Michael Ausiello
Catherine Willows won’t be leaving Las Vegas anytime soon. Sources confirm to me exclusively that Marg Helgenberger has inked a new contract with CSI. With Helgenberger’s deal done, the spotlight shifts to fellow CSI vets George Eads (Nick), Eric Szmanda (Greg), and Paul Guilfoyle (Jim), all of whom are negotiating new deals ahead of the show’s 11th season. Jorja Fox is also in talks to return in some capacity.
Liz Vassey, meanwhile, will not be back.
TV scoop is best served instantaneously, so follow me on Twitter via @michaelausiello »
- Michael Ausiello
The Us Campaign for Burma has announced that a video by actor Will Ferrell is kicking off a 30-day campaign to help the campaign build one million voices of support for human rights and democracy in Burma.
Every day for 30 days you will be able to tune into the campaign’s website www.uscampaignforburma.org or www.burmaitcantwait.org (or YouTube, Myspace, and many more sites) to watch a new celebrity video about Burma. Instead of watching one single video with limited information, viewers will be able to learn a great deal about the people of Burma’s courageous struggle for human rights and democracy. Each video is different — some are deadly serious while others have a light touch. Most of these are meant to be different than a typical public service announcement — more like a short movie or skit.
The videos include many of the top actors in Hollywood and others in music, »
Laurence Fishburne has signed on for another season of the CBS hit It seems that William Petersen's replacement on a hit CBS series is sticking around for at least one more season. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Laurence Fishburne has signed on for another season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Fishburne, who replaced Petersen two seasons ago, has signed a new deal that will keep him on through next year's 2010-2011 season. It was said that Fishburne's character will go up against two serial killers in the upcoming Season 10 finale, one played by guest star Matt Ross and the other played by Bill Irwin, reprising his role as Nate Haskell, the "Dick and Jane Killer." It was also said that Marty Ingels will guest-star on the season finale as well.
I’ve been a fan of the original CSI (CSI Las Vegas) for many years now. I started watching it as it’s produced by the legendary Jerry Bruckheimer (fans of the site will know I am rather fond of his work!). I can’t believe that we are already on CSI Season 9 of the TV show that I have just worked out that I have spent around 990 hours watching! That’s a whole 41.5 days! Oh my word!!
The reason that I love it so much is probably because it’s such a great show to sit down and be thoroughly entertained for 45 minutes. The series is so successful that it’s spawned two spin-off shows in the form of CSI: Miami and CSI: NY. With around 22 episodes per season, the story-lines just keep coming time and time again. Some of them have been a bit ropey but the majority »
- David Sztypuljak
CSI is taking a break this week, but a new episode will be airing on February 4. CBS has released a few promo photos for the episode, along with a synopsis. Check them out below.
"Internal Combustion" – The case of two high school students, one dead and one missing, lead the CSIs into the underbelly of streetcar racing and a tangled web of deadly competition, on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Thursday, Feb. 4 (9:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt) on the CBS Television Network.
Dr. Raymond Langston…… Laurence Fishburne
Catherine Willows………….. Marg Helgenberger
Nick Stokes………………………….. George Eads
Captain Jim Brass………………….. Paul Guilfoyle
Dr. Robbins……………………. Robert David Hall
Hodges………………………….. Wallace Langham
Wendy Simms… »
18 items from 2010
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