CSI alum Alex Carter and 24’s Carlos Bernard have landed guest-starring roles on Major Crimes, EW has learned exclusively.
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Patricia Arquette is returning to CSI this fall.
Emmy-winner Peter MacNicol has joined the cast of CSI: Cyber.
The Ally McBeal actor will play Stravros Sifter, assistant director for the Cyber Crime Division in Washington, D.C., and supervisor of Special Agent Avery Ryan, played by Patricia Arquette. Sifter is described as “a shrewd and savvy networker” and “a charmer with a hint of malice.” MacNicol joins Arquette and Charley Koontz in the midseason series, the fourth spin-off in the highly successful CSI franchise.
The show—produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Television—will premiere sometime in January, airing Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on CBS.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar will play a notorious serial killer on CSI this fall.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar will also not play a notorious serial killer on CSI this fall.
Confused? Here’s the deal: EW can exclusively reveal that the Franklin & Bash star (who, let’s face it, you still know best as Zack Morris on Saved By the Bell) has booked an arc on CBS’s venerable procedural—and that he’ll be playing twins named JAred Briscoe and Paul Wintrhop. One of the brothers is an unrepentant murderer about to be executed for his crimes; the other, according to CBS, is “a real estate magnate and a pillar of the community who insists on his brother’s innocence.” Neither, presumably, has a cell phone that looks like this.
The fifteenth season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premieres Sunday, Sept. 28 on CBS.
CSI will lose one of its original stars, Paul Guilfoyle, by the end of the current season, EW has confirmed. The actor, who has played Captain Jim Brass since the CBS show debuted in 2000, is only one of two original stars left on the show; George Eads, who plays Nick Stokes, will be the lone remaining original actor when season 15 kicks off in the fall.
“Paul made Capt. Brass a standout character,” CSI exec producers Carol Mendelsohn and Don McGill said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, which broke the news. “He is not just an original cast member, he is an original. In a show about forensics, fans always looked forward to the handcuffs coming out, and Capt. Brass putting his spin on the crime of the week, just as Paul Guilfoyle put his indelible stamp on the character and the show. He will be missed.” READ FULL STORY
On CSI, Marg Helgenberger had a hand in catching some pretty bad people, but on the upcoming CBS drama Intelligence, she’s not doing so much tracking down as she is “following around a charming devil with a chip in his brain.”
Not a bad gig, if you ask us.
For more on Helgenberger’s new series, which stars Lost alum Josh Holloway (as the aforementioned charming devil), check out an exclusive look at a promo that debuts tonight during CSI‘s 300th episode, in which Helgenberger makes a guest appearance.
Intelligence debuts Feb. 24 on CBS.
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CBS’ long-running forensic-sleuth series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will celebrate its 300th episode with the return of original star Marg Helgenberger.
Helgenberger, who played cucumber-cool-but-caring forensic scientist Catherine Willows to boss Gil Grissom (William Petersen)’s über-rational approach, will help the team solve a cold case that has evaded them for more than a decade.
According to CBS, in the special episode we’ll see the team investigating a homicide that occurred at the home of a former casino mogul, who was also suspected of an all-too-similar crime that happened 14 years ago.
Helgenberger appeared on the show for a 12-season run, garnering Golden Globe and Emmy noms for her portrayal of Willows. Her last episode, “Willows in the Wind,” aired Jan. 25, 2012.
The 300th episode will air Wednesday, Oct. 23.
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CBS has renewed CSI and closed a new deal with Ted Danson to continue starring in the drama for its 14th season.
Elisabeth Shue and original cast members George Eads, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Paul Guilfoyle and Robert David Hall, along with Wallace Langham, Elisabeth Harnois, David Berman and John Wellner will also return in the fall.
“CSI is synonymous with CBS, and we are so proud of the series’ creative and commercial legacy and its continued success on our Network,” said Nina Tassler, CBS Entertainment president in a statement. “The writers and producers have done an amazing job evolving CSI, reinventing the show around an incredible leading man in Ted Danson, the acclaimed Elisabeth Shue, and our beloved and talented core of original cast members.”
This year, CSI has routinely won its time period in viewers (11.8 million), adults 18-49 (2.9/8) and adults 25-54 (3.8/9).
After several bodies are unearthed in the middle of the desert on tonight’s CSI, Finlay (Elisabeth Shue) is going to be forced to unearth her past.
And as Shue previews, this trip down memory lane, which finds Finlay traveling to to retrace the steps of the case that got her fired from her old job, could land the passionate investigator in some hot water. “It was good to finally explain what got her fired and to also show what gets her in trouble. She sometimes gets too passionate about things and oversteps her boundaries — but she’s usually right [to do so],” says Shue. “[She has] a child-like need to go out there and throw herself into things without knowing the consequences — and when she knows, she doesn’t care.”
No one knows these flaws better than Finn’s ex-husband, played by Cougar Town‘s Brian Van Holt, with whom Finn still shares a deep connection. “I loved that she has a past relation Seattle ship with her ex husband that’s not entirely resolved,” says Shue. “She wants to fall in love so desperately — and had fallen in love with somebody — but yet her personality isn’t quite stable enough to keep a relationship in her life.”
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