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Ted Danson, Gary Sinise doing 'CSI' crossover


The CSI team is going to the Big Apple.

CBS is planning CSI and CSI: NY cross-over episodes for February sweeps.

Across two hours, Detective Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) will visit the CSI team in Las Vegas, while D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) will head to New York City.

CSI will kick things off on Wednesday, Feb. 6, with Taylor arriving in Las Vegas to surprise his girlfriend but learns she is missing. With her hotel room now a crime scene, he joins forces with Russell and his Vegas team in an effort to find her. The action continues on Friday, Feb. 8 on CSI: NY, where, according to the network, “the search for Mac’s girlfriend continues as Russell heads to New York to help Taylor, but even after apprehending one of the men responsible for Christine’s kidnapping, they still need to determine the motive and whether she is still alive. The case gets personal for Taylor as he wrestles with breaking police protocol in an effort to find the kidnappers.”

The strategy is the latest in a series of CBS crossovers, such as last season’s NCIS: LA crossover with Hawaii Five-0. Previously CSI had a crossover where then-star Laurence Fishburne appeared on all three of the franchise’s shows.

'Supernatural,' 'Scandal,' 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'CSI: NY': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Hi, y’all! Happy almost-Halloween.

In between gathering scoops, I’m in the process of deciding what I’ll be wearing for the big night. So far, I’ve narrowed my options down to: an Observer, the Human Being, or bored single person. I know where I’m leaning but feel free to weigh in if you have a chance.

Meanwhile, make sure you’re emailing all your spoiler question to or sending them via Twitter (@EWSandraG). Also, I’m taking other random TV questions via Vyou. I know, that’s a lot of me. Let’s move on:

If you, like me, are still haunted by the image of Castiel calling out to Dean in Purgatory, sit back. I have some interesting intel for you.

While talking to Misha Collins about his charitable scavenger hunt (more about that here), he also confirmed a hunch we’d had about the last time Dean saw Cas. It was, in fact, while Dean was exiting Purgatory. But there’s much more to it than that. “That very moment is a pivotal moment. I think Dean is confused about what happened at that moment and won’t actually find out what happened then until episode 7,” he reveals. “It’s going to take a while to see that moment play out.” Suffice to say the truth hurts — especially on this show.

But when Cas does return topside, look for him to be “reinvigorated with a sense of purpose,” says Collins. “He essentially feels like he has to do good in order to right the wrongs of his past. So he starts to collaborate with Sam and Dean for that reason — so that he can continue to try to make things right. He’s no longer paying penance, really, because it’s no longer an act of suffering for him. But he’s doing his best to right the wrongs of his past.” Doing so won’t be as easy as he hopes, however. “He’s doing that in ways that help Sam and Dean and then, ultimately, it might also make life — as per usual with the Supernatural universe — complicated for Sam and Dean. At first, it seems like everything is hunky dory. But things quickly fall apart.”


CBS shows cast Sarah Jones, Ken Leung, Michael Madsen, more

CBS confirmed a bunch of recent casting news at TCA press tour Sunday morning, with names such as Polly Walker (Rome), Michael Madsen (Resevoir Dogs), Ken Leung (Lost) and Sarah Jones (Alcatraz) joining the network’s shows in roles of varying length. Most of this has been previously reported here or there, but for those who aren’t TV casting news obsessives, you’ll probably find some surprises. Here’s the release: READ FULL STORY

CBS cancels 'CSI: Miami'


“It’s time for Miami … to go into retirement.”


CBS has made its CSI decision: CSI: Miami is being cancelled after a rather incredible 10-season run. CSI: NY is expected to live on for a ninth season, though that’s not official yet.

Though Miami (10.8 million viewers, 2.5 among adults 18-49) had better ratings than NY (10.4 million, 1.9), as we’re sure learning this upfront season, the ratings mattered less than other elements like the show’s time slot (NY was fairly stable in a tougher Friday night gig vs. Miami struggling on Sundays) and the show’s age (the older the series, the more expensive its cast and producer deals).


Favorite returning TV shows in trouble

After we analyzed which new fall shows were in ratings jeopardy, readers keep asking: What about the returning shows? Fringe? Community? House? Gossip Girl? Your wish for additional stress, granted: Here are some veteran series that returned weak in the ratings this fall and could be in danger when networks make their renewal decisions next year: READ FULL STORY

Joey McIntyre on 'CSI: New York' -- FIRST LOOK VIDEO

Fans of New Kids on the Block: Keep your Friday open! Joey McIntyre will make his guest appearance on CSI: NY tomorrow as Ray James, a dude possibly involved in a shooting that Mac and the team are investigating.

Nice accent, Kid. READ FULL STORY

'CSI: NY' stages a 'Once and Again' reunion -- EXCLUSIVE

Once and Again fans, this news is for you: EW has learned exclusively that Jeffrey Nordling will reunite with Sela Ward for a two-episode arc airing in November.

Nordling will play a U.S. senator who is still miffed at the way Jo (Ward) handled a rape case involving his daughter, Serena (played by newcomer Jenn Proske). The senator comes to New York City when his daughter’s rapist is arrested on a new case and applies pressure to make sure things aren’t screwed up the second time around.

Nordling played Ward’s ex-husband Jake on Once and Again, which ran on ABC from 1999 to 2002. Other more recent credits for Nordling include Body of Proof and Desperate Housewives.

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'Grey's Anatomy,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'House': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Welcome to Spoiler Room: Jen’s Edition. Kidding. But also not really. After wrapping up today’s column, I realized I chose four questions from people named Jen. I promise you, this is not an act of favoritism. But now I’m really curious how many of you are out there.

Regardless, if you ask, I’ll answer. So get askin’! Send your questions, ponderings, new show scoop requests, and post-premiere reactions to And if many of your names happen to be Jen, fantastic. (Your move, Sarahs.)


I can’t tell you how often I get harassed lovingly asked for Meredith and Derek scoop, and after sitting through next week’s two-hour premiere with my mouth hanging open for 80 minutes (two hours, minus commercials), here’s what you’re going to get out of me on Mer/Der, Crowen, and Alex (who is sans nickname because he’s all alone. Poor Alex). READ FULL STORY

Joey McIntyre to guest on 'CSI: NY' -- EXCLUSIVE

CBS sure likes their New Kids ( …and we don’t blame them).

CSI: NY has booked New Kids on the Block’s Joey McIntyre for a guest spot set to air in October, EW has learned. The singer, whose bandmate Donnie Wahlberg stars on Blue Bloods, will play Ray, a man that ends up in a shooting that involves one of the CSIs.

McIntyre recently wrapped on the NKOTBSB tour, in which his took to the road with the Backstreet Boys, and is also set to appear in an episode of Psych this season.

His CSI: NY episode is scheduled to air Oct. 14.

Read more:
‘Psych’ taps New Kids singer for cop role — EXCLUSIVE
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Sela Ward talks about bold 'CSI: NY' premiere, her painful connection to 9/11 -- VIDEO

Fans of CSI:NY should gear up for a highly emotional season premiere, which flashes back to 9/11 and shows where all the team members were on the horrific day.

But for Sela Ward, whose character will be seen in her FBI days in Washington D.C., the episode was a particularly difficult day at the office. “What was so…ironic,” Ward told EW, “was that the only person who I had a connection with [in the attacks] was the brother of a dear friend, was the captain of the flight.”

More from her interview with EW below:  READ FULL STORY

'Hellcats' star to appear on 'CSI: NY'

Aly Michalka — best known for her starring role in the CW’s short-lived cheer drama Hellcats -- has snagged a guest role on CSI: NY next fall. The young actress will play a hard rocker named Miranda in the series, which returns to CBS on Sept. 23.

Here’s the description: She’s a rocker who “explodes onto the stage of New York’s hottest underground clubs.” (Yep, Michalka sings!) Her character is questioned by the CSI team when the guy she’s been dating is found murdered.

Her episode will air Sept. 30. Michalka’s credits also include Easy A and the TV series Phil of the Future.


Season finale alert! When to expect goodbye episodes from 'Survivor,' 'Chuck,' and 'Saturday Night Live'

Where did the time ago? It seems like just yesterday that we were anxiously awaiting the start of Lone Star; now we can barely remember that two-timing cad. That’s because it’s season finale time – that heartbreaking period when we bid adieu to nine months of scripted heaven to make way for three months of unscripted hell on the broadcast networks. (Don’t worry, Big Brother: We still adore thee).

Fire up your DVR playlists, kids … here are all the broadcast net finales. READ FULL STORY

Peter Fonda to guest on 'CSI: NY' -- EXCLUSIVE

Peter-Fonda-Gary-SineseImage Credit: Richard Shotwell/PR Photos; Carla Van Wagoner/PR PhotosA certain easy rider is motoring over to the set of CSI: NY. EW has learned exclusively that Peter Fonda will play an ex-partner of Det. Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) for a two-episode arc that’ll air in late April. READ FULL STORY


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