The New York-set spin-off continues while Miami ends.
May 13, 2012
CBS has renewed CSI: NY for a ninth season. The news comes on the same day that the network cancelled CSI: Miami.
CSI: NY is the second spin-off in the franchise and got its start back in 2004, four years after the original CSI and two years after CBS realized that its Miami spin-off was a success. Fast forward eight years, with ratings dipping for all CSI series, it has long been rumored that one of either Miami or NY would not continue for the 2012-2013 season.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
05/15/12 at 00:28am
why couldnt they get rid of two and half men and keep csi miami. i am happy that they are keeping csi ny but really wanted csi to continue as well.
05/14/12 at 04:07pm
I am elated that CSI:NY is continuing. I like all the actors, especially Gary Sinise. This is another show I look forward to every week. Hurrah!
05/14/12 at 01:45pm
Well I think the networks are just in it for the money and right now talk shows and reality like em or not Ihate most of em are where it is at but its really sad that the good shows are cancelled and the crap shows stay on! I loved CSI Miami but was getting tired of Horatio one note voice and lack of "spark" he had me for awhile and then I got bored but still liked the show. Most of the ones that are cancelled I havent watched anyway but two that I did are being cancelled with out a proper send off so its like hey its off in cyberland somewhere!not good I really wish they would do surveys to find out what the consensus is before they slash shows put the money into the shows before bringing on new stuff with new people nobody knows I have seen the slate for some of the new shows coming and NONE of them interest me at all! IF they had of cancelled CSI NY at least it would have given us an idea of how it ended but the others did not fare so well oh well pretty soon television will be a lost medium.. sad
05/14/12 at 01:42pm
glad you kept nycsi i think it is great csi miami was too far fetched half the time i think ted danson is great on los vegas csi and glad it will be back also good choice.
05/14/12 at 12:46pm
Horatio is such a bad character, or DC is a bad actor--either way, I'm glad CSI Miami is going away. I always wanted to see Horatio fall off the airboat (wearing his sunglasses, of course) and get devoured by an alligator.
05/14/12 at 12:25pm
If they hadn't kept changing the time (later and later) that Miami CSI started, the show would have had much higher ratings. Leave to the network boobs to cancel a show that they, through there infinite stupidity, had low ratings due to their very dubious strategy. It was a self-fulfilling prophecy. It would be great if some other network were able to pick up Miami CSI, support it properly and have it show great ratings thereby causing some current network (mis)managers to get fired.
05/14/12 at 11:32am
Well, Thank God (like I said), you kept this one but I'm really sad about CSI-MIAMI (not that you care about what anybody says). And, One person said the right thing - Why don't the networks take off the "Stupid" Reality Shows? They make about as much sense as a three dollar bill! But, thanks for CSI-MIAMI,
05/14/12 at 11:07am
I am glade CSI Miami got the boot. The strories were unbeliveable and the David Caruso character was bunk. In one episode they had him in South America arresting drug cartel members, come on, what is a crime scene investigator goes around conducting suspect interviews and arresting criminals? Their job is to collect and bag evidence of a crime scene.
05/14/12 at 11:01am
This is great news for me. I watch every week and have
fallen in love with all the characters.They have done an
awesome job in developing their own character in the show.
05/13/12 at 09:45pm
So glad to hear that about CSI:NY but really bummed about Miami. I guess if Miami was canceled that means Vegas was for sure ditched because it's the worse one!! It's awful & we do not watch it.......only the other 2.
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