They join colleagues who date back to Season 1, including Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Paul Guilfoyle and Robert David Hall, along with current star Ted Danson, who's moving to the newest show in the franchise, In the episode, a catastrophe that paralyzes Las Vegas and centers on Lady Heather (now Dr.
Kessler) brings Catherine back from the FBI in Los Angeles, Grissom from an Ocean Peace ship and Jim Brass (Guilfoyle) from a hotel job to work on the case.“It takes many twists and turns, but you’ll see a lot of old-school in the storytelling, getting back to basic forensics,” Zuiker says.
A gay-bashing supervisor at "CSI" tormented a crew member with homophobic slurs and crude drawings of penises ... calling him "fa***t" and "c***sucker" and hanging "sexually disgusting" drawings of gay sex at Perdue's workstation. Perdue claims Redclay lunged toward his genitals on one occasion and when Perdue pushed him away he claims Redclay responded, "Come on Mucho, you know you want it."Perdue claims Redclay retaliated by making him a laughingstock at work ... Perdue is suing CBS, and Redclay for unspecified damages.
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) in the ratings, and so a Season 14 is set in stone.
Ted Danson will return, as well as Elisabeth Shue, George Eads, Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Paul Guilfoyle and Robert David Hall, along with Wallace Langham, Elisabeth Harnois, David Berman and John Wellner.
“It was about a shooting on a transit train and an octopus is found with a gunshot wound; it turns out the octopus was the sexual partner of a woman. Not the shooting part, but this kinky sort of world.” 10-year “CSI” veteran John Wellner told that “CSI” inspired a number of television programs that brought heroism to the sciences.
which concluded its 15th season back in February, a worthy send-off with a two-hour series finale TV movie on Sunday, Sept.
The Q&A concluded the 2015 Paley Fest Fall TV Previews.
Devoted fan and writer Lynette Rice moderated the event and began with a question directed to creator Anthony E. Rice asked how he thought to redefine the television crime genre, singing the iconic theme song, “Who were you, who who who who?
ET/PT) of a hugely influential procedural drama that spawned three spinoff series and turned forensics into a hot career choice.“I think the fans would have been disappointed and upset if it just ended without any finality,” Helgenberger says, referring to CBS’s decision to give a special sendoff after 15 seasons.
Petersen and Helgenberger, who left as regulars in 20, respectively, are returning to work with creator Anthony Zuiker, who wrote the finale, for one last hurrah.
” “I was watching a show called ‘The New Detectives’ on the Discovery Channel and saw a forensic docu-drama…
about a cheerleader who was killed and they pulled a long blonde hair out of the headrest,” Zuiker started.
In his lawsuit, Perdue -- who claims he's straight -- says the harassment started when he heard Redclay refer to certain actors on the show as "d***suckers" ... which he endured for 5 years before leaving the show on a medical leave.