CSI Files has first look photos from the January 16 episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, titled “Dead Air”. The photos can be found after the jump, courtesy of CBS!
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The FBI returns to Las Vegas when a lawyer’s murder ties into their ongoing case against Ceressus Logistics.
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!
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s Alex Carter (Detective Lou Vartann) celebrates his birthday today, November 12. The actor was born on this day in 1964.
A fan of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation since the first season, Gavin Harris is working a dream job as a Supervising Producer on the series during its twelfth season. So far this season, Harris has been tasked with writing the season premiere, developing a story that placed a CSI’s life in jeopardy, and introducing the son of the new graveshift supervisor in tonight’s “Brain Doe.” In an exclusive interview, the brain behind tonight’s episode talks with CSI Files’ Shane Saunders about expanding DB Russell’s family, a CSI’s new job opportunity, joining the series and more. Mild spoilers after the jump!
After twelve years of playing former exotic dancer turned forensic scientist Catherine Willows, Marg Helgenberger will be leaving the show that made her a household name and one of TV’s most beloved actresses. Major spoilers ahead in this CSI Files report.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) says the time is approaching for her to leave the hit drama.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: New York will develop romantic storylines this season. Minor spoilers after the jump.
Leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) revealed that her personal life played a role in her decision to leave CSI: Crime Scene Investigation after season eleven. (Minor spoilers after the jump!)
According to leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation has been delivering a modern day Sherlock Holmes story to fans for the past decade. (Minor spoilers and embedded video after the jump!)
CSI Files previously reported that CSI: Crime Scene Investigation‘s leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) would be attending the Roma Fiction Fest in Rome, Italy. Fan site Margamania has compiled pictures and videos of the actress at the event, which you can find here and here. Helgenberger also attended a screening of the season ten finale, “Meat Jekyll”, which included a question and answer session.
The ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ Supervising Producer drops a few hints about the final two episodes of season ten in the second of our sweeps preview interviews. Spoilers inside!
While Catherine and Vartann surveil a pair of drug dealers at a Vegas hotel, Langston and Nick attempt to track down the killer of a hotel employee.
Sarah Carter joined the cast of CSI: New York as Haylen Becall in the season six premiere, “Epilogue”. She started as a recurring character on a trial basis, but Carter only appeared in three episodes before being written out. In “Death House”, it was revealed that Haylen applied for a job with the FBI—and now executive producer Pam Veasey has confirmed that Carter’s character will not be back on CSI: NY. “No, the character of Haylen Bacall has moved onto the FBI,” she told Fancast.
Thanks to perlnoir on TalkCSI for the heads up.