As CSI Files previously reported, Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) will exit CSI: Crime Scene Investigation this January. It is now being reported that Elisabeth Shue, an Academy Award nominee for her role in the film Leaving Las Vegas, is poised to join the flagship series as the new leading lady. Her first episode is scheduled to air February 15, 2012.
Archive for November, 2011
CSI Files has first look photos from the December 7 episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, titled “Zippered.” Click the jump to see the photos, courtesy of CBS! [Updated: November 18, 2011 – 3:09pm PST]
CSI: Miami actress Eva La Rue (Natalia Boa Vista) will be one of the stars featured on the HGTV special Celebrity Holiday Homes on Sunday, December 4 at 8:00pm ET/PT. La Rue will work with designer Sandra Espinet to decorate her home with a traditional red-and-white theme, creating a fanciful Santa’s workshop. “This has been so much fun! To see the holiday decor through my daughter’s eyes, too, was the perfect kick-off to our first Christmas in this house together,” La Rue said.
The latest episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, “Crime After Crime”, took the top spot on Wednesday, November 16. The series pulled in 10.51 million viewers, which is up from the previous episode, and this was enough to put the crime drama ahead of Revenge (7.95 million) and Law & Order: SVU (7.26 million). In the key 18-49 demographic prized by advertisers, CSI and Revenge tied with a 2.6 rating/7 share for the hour, and SVU came up short with 1.9/5.
Source: TV by the Numbers
Gary Sinise (Mac Taylor) and others shared pictures on Twitter featuring the CSI: New York leading man, as well as costars Eddie Cahill (Don Flack) and Sela Ward (Jo Danville). You can find those images and more embedded after the jump!
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) celebrates her birthday today, November 16.
The franchise offers three new episodes this week, featuring cases with a hidden connection, the return of a serial rapist, and a killer targeting former prisoners. Official plot details and cast lists after the jump.
You can find 30-second previews for all three members of the franchise embedded after the jump!
Though CSI: Crime Scene Investigation has featured a bevy of rotating detectives throughout its twelve season run, one name certainly sticks out amongst the rest: Detective Vartann. Alex Carter plays one of Las Vegas’ finest detectives–in more ways than one, some will argue–but also gets the very high honor of playing a member of law enforcement who shares somewhat of a romantic relationship with a CSI. In an exclusive interview with CSI Files’ Shane Saunders, Carter discusses where his relationship stands with Catherine Willows, name changes, and which CSI star he’s hoping to work with again. Spoilers after the jump!
Final ratings are now available for the most recent episode of CSI: Miami, “Dead Ringer”. The series pulled in 9.77 million viewers on Sunday, November 13; this is up a million from the previous episode. In the key 18-49 demographic prized by advertisers, Miami earned a 2.1 rating/5 share for the hour.
Source: TV by the Numbers