Check out another collection of photos that have been shared by the cast and crew of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation over the past week, offering fans a look behind the scenes of season 15. (25 images and one Instagram video embedded after the jump!)
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is currently filming the season fifteen premiere, which guest stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar. There’s a tweet from the CSI writers’ room account embedded after the jump, which confirms the status of his role on the show (contains spoilers!), along with twelve photos from Twitter and Instagram:
Check out this collection of 14 photos from the cast and crew of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which have been shared on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram over the past five days. They offer fans a look behind the scenes of season 15, including shots of CSI stars Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle), Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders) and Ted Danson (DB Russell).
The CSI: Crime Scene Investigation writers’ room account posted this tweet, which offers information about the shooting schedule for the beginning of season 15:
— CSI Writers' Room (@CSIWritersRoom) July 9, 2014
You can find another tweet from the writers after the jump, along with 28 photos and a video that have been shared over the past two weeks. (May contain spoilers!)
While in Monaco for the Monte Carlo Television Festival earlier this month, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation actors Ted Danson (DB Russell) and Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders) offered their thoughts on the new franchise spinoff, CSI: Cyber. You can find the video embedded after the jump, which also includes comments about Paul Guilfoyle’s (Jim Brass) exit from the series.
The cast and crew of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation are hard at work on season fifteen, and here’s another collection of photos that have been shared on social media—but first, check out these two tweets from Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle) about the start of filming:
Just sitting here in the lab trying to catch a killer. Just like old times. Hello season 15.
— LeFox (@JorjaFoxofficia) June 25, 2014
— LeFox (@JorjaFoxofficia) June 25, 2014
You can find 22 images after the jump, including shots of Fox, George Eads (Nick Stokes), Alimi Ballard (Detective Crawford), Ted Danson (DB Russell), director and line producer Frank Waldeck, cast and crew member Shelli Bergh, producer Phil Conserva, Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders), Elisabeth Harnois (Morgan Brody), and David Berman (David Phillips).
CSI Files previously posted a collection of tweets and photos from the first day of filming for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s fifteenth season. You can find a dozen more images from the past few days after the jump, including shots of Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle), Elisabeth Harnois (Morgan Brody), Wallace Langham (David Hodges), Alimi Ballard (Detective Crawford), George Eads (Nick Stokes), executive producer and episode writer Andrew Dettmann, Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders), and Ted Danson (DB Russell)—along with a tweet about Ballard’s status on the show.
The cast and crew of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation started filming season 15 today, and you can find tweets and photos after the jump!
CSI Files previously reported that CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NCIS and the CBS summer series Under the Dome were nominated for the International TV Audience Award in the Drama category at the 54th Monte Carlo Television Festival. With more than 57.6 million worldwide viewers in 2013, NCIS took home the Golden Nymph on June 11. You can watch Emily Wickersham (Ellie Bishop) accept the award in the video below, starting at 30:30 (clips are shown at 28:30):
There are several tweets, 40 photos and four more videos after the jump, including shots of Wickersham and actors from CSI, NCIS: Los Angeles and Criminal Minds (along with a former CSI: Miami star). Producer Jerry Bruckheimer also took home an award at the festival; you can find more about that after the jump, along with a quick comment from Bruckheimer about the upcoming CSI spinoff, CSI: Cyber.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s leading man Ted Danson (DB Russell) has a contract that will be up for renewal after the upcoming fifteenth season, but he doesn’t plan to leave the crime drama any time soon. Here’s a quote from the Belfast Telegraph:
This is an amazing job and they pay me very well — I’m one very lucky 66-year-old man. So yes, I have no intention of departing until we’re kicked off the lot or something. I enjoy going to work very much. I have never been so welcomed in a cast as I have with CSI. They went out of their way to teach me the little things that need to happen and really took me under their wing.
Be sure to check out the full interview here.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and NCIS are both nominated for an International TV Audience Award in the Drama category at the upcoming 54th Monte-Carlo Television Festival. The third nominee in the category is another CBS series, last summer’s smash hit Under the Dome. The International TV Audience Awards recognize the shows with the highest viewing numbers worldwide. CSI has taken home the award five times, most recently in 2012 (previously 2011, 2010, 2008 and 2007).
In addition to the nominations, several actors from CSI, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles and Criminal Minds are scheduled to appear at the festival. The list currently includes CSI’s Ted Danson (DB Russell), Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders) and Wallace Langham (David Hodges); Emily Wickersham (Ellie Bishop) from NCIS; NCIS: LA actor Miguel Ferrer (Owen Granger); and Criminal Minds’ AJ Cook (JJ Jareau).
Related: ‘CSI’ Is The Most-Watched Show In The World, Danson Attends Monte Carlo Television Festival, Helgenberger Accepts Monte Carlo Award On Behalf Of ‘CSI’, ‘CSI’ Receives International Television Audience Award
CBS shared this video today, which shows network stars at last week’s Summer Soirée. The beginning of the video focuses on the new summer series, including Reckless, which co-stars former CSI: Miami actor Adam Rodriguez (Eric Delko). He speaks at 0:24. You can skip to the red carpet portion at 0:45 to catch glimpses of Ted Danson (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s DB Russell); Rodriguez; NCIS actors Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo), Mark Harmon (Leroy Jethro Gibbs), and Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto); and CSI: Cyber’s leading lady Patricia Arquette (Avery Ryan). The video can be found below, along with 24 embedded tweets and images after the jump that were shared last week:
CSI: Crime Scene Investigtion airs the season 14 finale tonight, and you can find clips, an interview and live tweet information after the jump. You can also find a sneak peek from this week’s penultimate episode of Criminal Minds, along with tweets and quotes about the two-part finale.
The CSIs are shocked to discover the identity of a car crash victim, and the investigation reveals a bigger conspiracy.
This week’s episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, “Kitty”, will serve as the backdoor pilot for the potential spinoff starring Patricia Arquette as FBI Special Agent Avery Ryan. You can find more information after the jump, including several sneak peeks and a behind-the-scenes featurette.