Goodbye CSI

I have been making a lot of changes to the website and having some technical issues but I wanted to write my first official post back about my first official post I made.

Tonight marks the end of the 15 year run of CSI Las Vegas. Tonight will be a 2 hour long finale with former cast mates and while the CSI brand is going on to live with CSI Cyber and it seems that only Ted Danson’s character will be joining that cast, which is disappointing. There could be more surprises, who knows? When a show ends that has gone on for so long it’s hard to let go, and especially be satisfied with a series finale. I was really hoping that Greg would end up going over to CSI Cyber.

CBS has announced the cast for “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” series finale. In addition to the previously confirmed returning stars William Petersen (Gil Grissom) and Marg Helgenberger (Catherine Willows), the two-hour episode will bring back another show vet, Paul Guilfoyle (Jim Brass), who departed the show in season 14.

Main cast members Ted Danson (D.B. Russell), Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle), Jon Wellner (Henry Andrews), David Berman (David Phillips), Wallace Langham (David Hodges), Elisabeth Harnois (Morgan Brody), Robert David Hall (Dr. Al Robbins) and Eric Szmanda (Greg Sanders) as well as former guest star Melinda Clarke (Lady Heather) are set to return for the final episode too.

Meanwhile, George Eads, whose character Nick Stokes accepted an offer to head the San Diego PD Crime Lab at the end of season 15, and Elisabeth Shue, who played Julie Finlay from season 12 until 15, won’t return for the series finale. TVLine says that Eads decided not to participate in the swan song, and EW reports that it’s unclear how the producers will handle Shue’s absence.

So that is what I will be looking for. I am definitely excited to write about this last week’s fall season premiere but this just seemed like the best post for right now.



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