CSI: New York Sneak Peek
Csi: Ny clip - starring Gary Sinise, Carmine Giovinazzo, Hill Harper, Eddie Cahill, Melina Kanakaredes, Anna Belknap.
Sela Ward ("House," "Sisters," "Once and Again") stars as Jo Danville, the newest CSI team member.
CSI: New York, the third incarnation of the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation franchise and the spin-off of CSI: Miami, is a crime drama about forensic investigators who use high-tech science to follow the evidence and solve crimes in the Big Apple.
Season seven of CSI: NY begins with the crime lab welcoming the newest member to their team, former FBI agent Jo Danville. She and the team face many bizarre and challenging cases. The year is also a monumental one for Mac specifically. After a hail of gunfire tears through the crime lab, Mac and his ex-partner become part of a vendetta 17 years in the making.
In the eighth season of CSI: NY we find a changed crime lab four months after season seven ended. After closing the book on his last unsolved case, Mac has decided to leave the force and work for a lab that processes DNA recovered from 9/11.
In the dynamic conclusion to last season's cliffhanger, the manhunt for Mac Taylor and the man who took him hostage continues.
This season on CSI: NY the detectives encounter the Statue of Liberty bleeding, a treacherous undersea crime scene, "Bluetooth burglaries" and the CSIs go high-tech like never before when the murder of a young woman sends Mac Taylor and his team into SECOND LIFE, the mega-successful internet-based virtual world, where the team will solve a crime.
NY, a crime drama inspired by the drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, is about forensic investigators who use high-tech science to follow the evidence and solve crimes in the Big Apple.
During Season 9, Mac experiences flashbacks of his aphasia diagnosis, as he deals with frustrations that there is no easy cure. Jo attempts to repair her strained relationship with her daughter. Other cases include a dead body found on the Brooklyn Bridge that brings Flack and Boyd to San Francisco and a schoolteacher who stages a shooting at an election campaign.