Leading man David Caruso (Horatio Caine) posted about the cancellation of CSI: Miami on Twitter, including a photograph of his iconic sunglasses. You can read the tweet and see the image below (click the thumbnail to see it full-sized):
THANK YOU ONE and ALL…
You can find even more tweets embedded after the jump, featuring comments from Emily Procter (Calleigh Duquesne), Adam Rodriguez (Eric Delko), Jonathan Togo (Ryan Wolfe), Omar Miller (Walter Simmons), Executive Producer Jonathan Littman, former CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Producer Allen MacDonald and former CSI Supervising Producer David Rambo.
I’ve been trying to find the words; let’s see. First of all thank you. Thank you for being part of an incredible experience. To have driven recklessly in high heels and tight pants for 10 years has been more fun than I can say. To know that y’all have had fun with me makes me so happy. There are many things and many people that I will miss with this change but I know there is also beauty in the Impermanence of things. I want to send a big squeeze to all of you: full of love, appreciation and thanks.
THANK YOU 2 all of the fans who’ve supported CSI:Miami!!! It’s officially over & I hope you’ll all take the ride w/me on whatever’s next!!!
Togo tweeted the following:
To everyone who watched csi:miami, a million thanks- to the creator of the sweater vest: bite me
Miller expressed his appreciation as well:
A big fat THANK YOU to ask the fans worldwide who embraced me on CSI:MIAMI!!The show is canceled, but I appreciate each & every one of YOU!
The actors weren’t the only ones sharing their thoughts on Twiter. Littman wrote:
It’s hard to say goodbye but 10 yrs is extraordinary. I am going to miss Horatio, his team and, of course, his sunglasses. #CBSMiami
MacDonald and Rambo are no longer with the franchise, but they both posted about the cancellation. First, here is what MacDonald had to say:
CSI: MIAMI (2002-2012). An unforgettable juggernaut. Ten great years. You’ll be missed. #csi #csimiami
Finally, here is what Rambo posted about the end of CSI: Miami:
CSI:MIAMI you were unique and groundbreaking in your own right. You live on in perpetual syndication and the world’s consciousness.