As CSI Files previously reported, former CSI: Crime Scene Investigation leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) will return to CBS when the midseason drama Intelligence premieres on Monday, February 24 at 10:00pm ET/PT. In the meantime, Helgenberger will join fellow Intelligence stars Josh Holloway and Meghan Ory at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, July 18. From 10:00-11:00am, fans can check out the world premiere screening of the first episode of Intelligence, followed by a panel discussion with the actors and executive producers Michael Seitzman, René Echevarria and Tripp Vinson. After the panel, Helgenberger, Holloway and Ory will sign autographs at the CBS Interactive Booth from 11:15am to 12:00pm on the convention floor.
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CSI producer Jerry Bruckheimer was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, June 24. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s George Eads (Nick Stokes) was at the ceremony, along with former leading lady (and previous star recipient) Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows). Other guests included actors Johnny Depp, Tom Cruise, Martin Lawrence, and Jon Voight; director Gore Verbinski; and Walt Disney Company Chairman and CEO Bob Iger. You can find more than a dozen pictures below–click to view the source (some thumbnails do not link directly to the original image):
You can also find several videos embedded after the jump!
Current and former franchise stars appeared at the CBS Summer Soirée last week. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation actresses Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle) and Elisabeth Harnois (Morgan Brody) posed with former leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows), who was at the event to promote her new series Intelligence. Former CSI: Miami actor Adam Rodriguez (Eric Delko) was at the party as well, promoting the 2013-2014 midseason legal drama Reckless. Natalie Martinez (Jamie Lovato), who appeared in CSI: New York’s final season, attended the soirée for her new show Under the Dome, which premieres Monday, June 24 on CBS. You can find eight images from the event below, along with one photo from the recent CBS Upfronts featuring Helgenberger—click to see each picture full-sized:
CBS has unveiled the network’s schedule for the 2013-2014 television season, and you can find the information—along with new series previews—after the jump!
Former CSI: Crime Scene Investigation actress Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) has signed on for a major role in Intelligence, a crime drama pilot from CBS. The series follows a US Cyber Command unit that centers around an agent with a microchip implanted in his brain; this modification gives him access to the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Helgenberger will play the Cybercom director, Lillian. Josh Holloway (Lost) will portray the enhanced agent, Gabriel Black, and James Martinez (Breaking Bad) is signed on to play federal investigator Gonzo Sanchez. Other names attached to the project are Michael Seitzman (creator/executive producer), Rene Echevarria (executive producer), and David Semel (director/executive producer). Intelligence is based on the unpublished book Dissident by John Dixon.
Greg Sanders has gone from lab rat to field mouse on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation over the course of thirteen seasons, and is a prime example of a character going on a journey during the show’s run. Played with aplomb by Eric Szmanda, the former DNA expert has come into his own as a CSI Level III, working diligently and thoroughly with his more seasoned coworkers. With his vast knowledge of Las Vegas history he’s been showcased in many episodes as an Old Vegas expert, and even wrote his own book on the subject. In the following exclusive interview with Shane Saunders, Szmanda likens Greg’s growing sense of maturity to the actor’s real life and explains why he’s still enjoying the role after thirteen years.
As CSI: Crime Scene Investigation‘s thirteenth season approaches the finish line, the flagship series will address–once and for all–Sara Sidle’s long-distance marriage complications to her husband Gil Grissom, Nick Stokes’ career crisis, Conrad Ecklie’s promotion dilemma, and more. CSI Files has the exclusive details on this season’s remaining episodes.
You can find more than a dozen photos below, featuring the cast and crew of CSI: New York and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The first two rows include images from New York, which finished filming season nine last week. The third row contains pictures from CSI, including images of former leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows), who visited her friends on the set late last month. Click each thumbnail to see the full-sized photo:
Former CSI: Crime Scene Investigation leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) has joined Twitter, a publicist has confirmed to CSI Files. You can follow her on Twitter: @MargHelgen.
The cameras are rolling on the set of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation today for the first day of production on Season Thirteen, a remarkable milestone for the CBS drama series; an accomplishment most shows in today’s television landscape aren’t able to achieve. After ending the previous season with multiple cliffhangers back in May, fans have been left asking some rather important questions: Will Ecklie die? Is Nick really leaving the lab? Who’s following Finlay? How will DB find his granddaughter? Executive Producer, Co-Showrunner and writer Don McGill, who recently signed a new deal with CBS Television Studios, was able to address these topics and much more with Shane Saunders during a recent chat. (Spoilers after the jump!)
Former CSI: Crime Scene Investigation leading lady Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows) appeared in the latest episode of HGTV’s Design Star, where she helped judge the contestants on the party suites they created in honor of Hollywood’s 125th birthday. “I love architecture and design, and thought the show would be fun to do,” the actress told TV Guide. Regarding the challenge itself, Helgenberger added, “I’ve always enjoyed throwing parties, so I thought the challenge would be a great deal of fun.”
You can find a picture of Helgenberger with the Design Star judges below—click to see it full-sized:
Helgenberger’s episode of Design Star aired this past Tuesday, June 26, and the full episode will be available on Hulu after a four day delay.
Writers’ assistant Michael FX Daley has written two previous episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, season eight’s “Lying Down With Dogs” and “Man Up” from last season. This week’s installment, “Split Decisions”, is his third credit for the series, and he co-wrote the episode with Co-Executive Producer Richard Catalani. Daley answered some questions for CSI Files’ Rachel Trongo about the writing process, CSI’s transitional twelfth season, and a unique forensic process that will be featured in “Split Decisions”.
Elisabeth Shue joined the cast of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as Julie “Finn” Finlay, a blood spatter expert from Seattle, Washington in this season’s fourteenth episode. In her first television role as a series regular since Call to Glory, the Academy Award nominee has stepped in as the show’s new leading lady, injecting and rejuvenating the twelve year old series with fresh blood, and portraying a character with an intriguing background that continues to be explored. In an exclusive interview with Shane Saunders, Shue talks about the ongoing evolution of her character, dismisses theories, and shares what it’s like working with established cast members.
The FBI returns to Las Vegas when a lawyer’s murder ties into their ongoing case against Ceressus Logistics.
On most occasions, Dr Al Robbins is seen in the morgue performing autopsies with scalpel in hand, but in Season Twelve of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Robert David Hall‘s onscreen alter ego has stepped outside of the dimly lit lab more frequently to visit more crime scenes–including some close to home. With less than two months remaining in the show’s twelfth season, Hall chats with Shane Saunders to discuss character development, working with new cast members, and his upcoming hiatus plans.