February 29 2024

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‘NCIS’ Wins International TV Award, Plus More From Monte Carlo

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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.

First, check out these tweets acknowledging the win:


Day 1: June 7

Bruckheimer received the Honorary Golden Nymph Award at the festival’s opening ceremony on June 7. The award recognizes his lifetime of achievement in the entertainment industry. CSI’s leading man Ted Danson (DB Russell) had this to say about Bruckheimer:

He’s one of the most successful producers in the world ever, really, in film and television and we’re in a business where most people celebrate themselves and look for publicity and that’s not who Jerry is. He focuses on the production and he’s a trendsetter and he does things on film that no one else has ever done.

This video featuring the highlights from the first day offers glimpses of Bruckheimer, Danson, Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders) and Wallace Langham (David Hodges) from CSI, former CSI: Miami actor Adam Rodriguez (Eric Delko), Wickersham and Miguel Ferrer (NCIS: LA’s Owen Granger), starting at approximately 1:25:

And here are the photos from June 7:


Day 2: June 8

Here’s the only photo shared from day two:


Day 3: June 9

On the third day of the festival, Bruckheimer briefly discussed CSI: Cyber with First Coast News. (Please note that the video starts automatically.) “Every time you open a newspaper or turn on your television, you hear about more crimes that originate on the net, and so we’re going to explore some of those crimes and bring them to audiences,” he explained.

Here’s the highlight video from day three. Bruckheimer, Danson, Langham, Rodriguez and Szmanda can be seen starting at 0:20, along with Criminal Minds’ AJ Cook (JJ Jareau) and a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it glimpse of Ferrer:

And check out the photos below:


Day 4: June 10

This video from day four also includes brief clips of Cook, Szmanda, Langham and Bruckheimer, starting at 1:29:

And here are the photos:


Day 5: June 11

Wickersham can be seen at 1:23 in this video from the fifth and final day of the festival, along with several glimpses of Cook later on:

Finally, check out these photos

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