CSI: NY's Gary Sinise and Sela Ward flew to San Francisco from the show's L.A. home base to shoot the gripping Oct. 12 episode (8/7c, CBS), which finds their characters, Mac and Jo, embroiled in a puzzling murder case. Along the way they are joined by Jo's ex, FBI agent Cade...
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NATALIE: We literally can't answer this question, lest Alan Ball has us all staked. But we can tell you that the title of the season premiere is "Turn! Turn! Turn!" which is a song of Biblical extraction about profound change, like, say, dying, becoming a vampire or declaring your true sexuality. All three of these things will happen during this hour, but the question is: To whom? (Answer: Not all to the same person.)
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Criminal Minds star Joe Mantegna has a message for Americans this Memorial Day: Our veterans need jobs.
Mantegna, who will return as co-host of Monday's National Memorial Day Concert on PBS with fellow CBS star Gary Sinise, is also actively working with America Wants You!, a new initiative that encourages corporate America to hire men and women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Mantegna and Criminal Minds co-star Thomas Gibson have also filmed PSAs to spread the word.
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"When you meet people who've had a lot of military training, they're America's finest," Mantegna tells TVGuide.com....
For Gary Sinise, Friday's CSI: NY finale may feel a bit like art imitating life.
In April, Sinise was involved in a car accident in Washington, D.C. Although Sinise was just a passenger, he sustained several injuries when his car was hit from behind."I had a pretty severe concussion — [some] badly torn up muscles in my neck," Sinise tells TVGuide.com. "I don't remember the accident. I woke up in the ER. Although I'm told I was speaking, I didn't know where I was. We apparently drove for 10 minutes, but all I remember is getting into the car and pulling away from the curb."
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Sinise, who is still working with doctors and physical therapists, says the outpouring of support after his accident was overwhelming. "I got some of the most beautiful emails and phone calls," he says. "When a friend goes through something like that, it makes you think. It made me think about our season finale and what it's about...
How happy am I not to be preparing a eulogy for Fringe this weekend, instead celebrating another audacious year of emotionally compelling sci-fi thrills with a grand season, not series, finale (Friday at 9/8c, Fox).
CSI: NY's Gary Sinise was involved in a car accident Friday, a spokesperson for that actor told the Associated Press.
Does a photo from the past hold the clue to solving the CSI: NY team's latest case?
The CBS drama returns Friday (9/8c, CBS) with Mac (Gary Sinise) & Co. investigating the death of one of their own when a lab tech is found murdered in front of a New York City brownstone. But the crime scene is staged exactly like that of a famous 50-year-old cold case which Mac has seen photos of in the past....
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CSI: NY returns Friday with the team looking to the past to solve a crime.
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When a body is discovered in the exact same location as a murder from the 1950s, Mac (Gary Sinise) & Co. begin trying to link the cases together for answers. But things aren't so easy for Lindsay (Anna Belknap), who's stuck dissecting a complicated footprint pattern for clues to who the present-day killer is.
Good thing Lindsay can turn to her husband Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) for advice, right?...
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After waiting eight seasons to meet Mrs. Mac Taylor, CSI: NY fans will see her twice in one year. Jaime Ray Newman will reprise her role as Claire, the late wife of Mac (Gary Sinise), in the Season 8 finale, TVLine reports.
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Mac Taylor's social calendar may soon be getting fuller on CSI: NY.
The CBS drama has booked former Detroit 1-8-7 star Megan Dodds to appear in multiple episodes as a new love interest for Gary Sinise's Mac, executive producer Zach Reiter tells TVGuide.com. The casting comes in the same season that finally introduced Mac's wife, Claire (Jaime Ray Newman), who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks...