CSI: NY

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Ratings: Jericho Is Still Da Bomb

Wednesday's Dancing results show was (yawn) the 8 pm winner, with an audience of 15.6 million, while CBS' Jericho held steady with another week of 11.4 mil viewers. Bones placed third with 7.7 mil.At 9, Criminal Minds surged 800,000 heads from a week prior to claim an audience of 16.45 million, followed by Lost's neat li'l clip show (9.9 mil) and Justice, which enjoyed a solid upswing to 7.1 mil. The return of One Tree Hill was welcomed by 3.65 mil, a tick higher than the show's previous season-opener.CSI: NY ruled the 10 pm slot with 16 million to 20/20's 13.3 and Kidnapped's 6.3 (down 1.2 mil from its already disappointing premiere). read more

Haven't heard you talk much ...

Question: Haven't heard you talk much about CSI: NY lately. Spill!


Answer:

We're going to meet Mac's stepson this season, and he's going to be sticking around for at least three episodes.

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Ratings: Kidnapped's Samplers Go Missing

Wednesday's Dancing with the Stars results show won the 8 o'clock hour with an audience of 14.9 million, followed by the debut of CBS' Jericho (11.4 mil), Bones (7.4 mil), and the season premieres of The Biggest Loser (6.4 mil in its first hour) and America's Next Top Model (christening the CW with 4.9 mil). At 9 pm Criminal Minds led with 15.6 million viewers, followed by the first of two Grey's Anatomy repeats (10.6 mil) and Loser's back end (7.9 mil). In fifth, behind Top Model's second hour, Justice drew 5.6 million, down almost two mil from the previous week.CSI: NY premiered at 10 pm to 15.9 million viewers, trailed by no, not the debut of NBC's Kidnapped, but the second Grey's encore (10.5 mil). With a sampling audience of 7.5 million, Kidnapped bowed in third. read more

I ran into the wild Edward ...

Question: I ran into the wild Edward Furlong at IHOP in Hollywood and, when I asked what was next, he said, "Some CSI, and then maybe the Star Wars TV series, man." Is that right?


Answer: The CSI part is right — he'll guest star in CSI:NY's third episode — but that's the first I'm hearing about him possibly starring in the small-screen Star Wars. Thanks for the scoop!

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I recall that when CSI: NY ...

Question: I recall that when CSI: NY was still being developed, there was talk of basing the show out of New Orleans. How do you think Katrina would have affected the show had it actually gone in that direction? CBS probably would have had to postpone the last season because they would have already had a number of episodes taped before the storm hit. But I think the ongoing story of rebuilding as a backdrop for this season would have really made the show interesting and could have brought some much-needed attention to the frustrations that residents are feeling. This would have been so much more compelling than CSI: NY. Just curious if you agree. Answer: Interesting question to pose, especially this week. All of this is hypothetical, since CSI played it safe with the generic New York setting. But since a "CSI: New Orleans" wouldn't have actually been filmed there (outside of several location visits), the show could have gone on, even if it had to play catch-up with storm-related story ... read more

Why are you always ...

Question: Why are you always criticizing CSI: Miami? Granted, it isn't as good as the original (which actually had a down year last year). And Caruso's acting is something you have to learn to tolerate. (I wonder if the script actually says, "Put hands on hips.") But on the whole, the show is quite entertaining. One of its strong suits is the backup players. I love Callie and Delko. If you want to bash a CSI show, try the horrid NY version. I can't even stand to watch it, and I'm a huge Gary Sinise fan; that tells you how bad it is. The exaggerated New York accents and the stilted acting are unbearable. I predict it will be the first incarnation of CSI to get canceled. Answer: Tell that to the original Law & Order, which had to move to Fridays to get away from the CSI juggernaut, even the subpar NY edition. The reason I criticize the Miami version from time to time is because it's such a big target. And while I also like some of the supporting players, I have grown weary of the ... read more

Any good spoilers for the ...

Question: Any good spoilers for the upcoming season of CSI: NY?


Answer: Um, no, but I have something on CSI: Miami! Plans are coming together for the show's 100th episode on Oct. 2. "We're going to have a really good opponent for Horatio, one who is almost playing with the CSIs," teases producer Liz Devine. "He thinks he's smarter than them." Meanwhile, "Calleigh's dad, Duke Cane, will be on opposites sides of the table from her," Devine reveals. "He's actually going to be defending a real bad guy. And Ryan Wolfe will be making a mistake with an informant that gets him into a lot of trouble." And, lest I forget to mention it, there will be a very special guest star. "Of course, you've got to have a gator," Devine laughs. "It's read more

I thought some of the best ...

Question: I thought some of the best performances this past season occurred on Numbers, CSI, CSI: NY, Cold Case and NCIS, but those shows don't get recognized anymore. Do you think the procedurals will come back around and be recognized by the industry for their quality work, or has that ship sailed for "mainstream" dramatic TV? Answer: It's very rare for these kinds of shows to get noticed at awards time, and that's nothing new. Their formulaic nature tends to cause the performances to be taken for granted, especially during a period when there are so many rich and innovative drama series airing on networks other than CBS. There is one procedural that escaped the jinx this season: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which earned nominations for Mariska Hargitay and first-timer Christopher Meloni. ... read more

Big Changes Coming to Law & Order

Law & Order: Dennis Farina is out, Milena Govich and Alana De La Garza are in.

For its 17th season, the aging legal drama Law & Order will undergo an extreme makeover. The NBC warhorse moves to Fridays at 10 pm/ET in the fall and will add two new cast members, including — for the first time — a female street detective. After owning Wednesdays at 10 for more than a decade, L&O finally met its match the past two seasons against CSI: NY. Now NBC is going to see if the show will fare any better against another CBS hit, Numbers, on a night with lower expectations. Notoriously brusque creator and executive producer read more

Big Changes Coming to Law & Order

Law & Order: Dennis Farina is out, Milena Govich and Alana De La Garza are in.

For its 17th season, the aging legal drama Law & Order will undergo an extreme makeover. The NBC warhorse moves to Fridays at 10 pm/ET in the fall and will add two new cast members, including — for the first time — a female street detective. After owning Wednesdays at 10 for more than a decade, L&O finally met its match the past two seasons against CSI: NY. Now NBC is going to see if the show will fare any better against another CBS hit, Numbers, on a night with lower expectations. Notoriously brusque creator and executive producer read more

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Premiered: September 22, 2004, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A third installment in Jerry Bruckheimer's hit crime-procedural franchise focuses on New York forensic investigator Mac Taylor and his team.

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