CBS has started to cancel existing series. I’ve learned that veteran CSI: NY has been cancelled, joining fellow spinoff CSI: Miami, which ended its run last season. It is being joined by freshman Vegas. Also expected to be cancelled are freshman drama Golden Boy and veteran comedy Rules Of Engagement.
CSI: Miami canceled, CSI: NY renewed.
The renewal and cancellation news has been coming in swiftly ahead of the coming week's upfronts, and now CBS has announced its decisions too. The network has renewed Two and a Half Men and CSI: NY, but it pulled the plug on CSI: Miami, Rob, A Gifted Man, Unforgettable, and NY 22. Show More Summary
Whodathunkit? Evidently, there is a downside to being the highly paid star of a popular police procedural. Just ask CSI: MIAMI’s David Caruso, whose decade old show just lost out in the television network executive’s Sophie’s Choice equivalent after CBS opted to renew the more affordable CSI: NY ahead of Wednesday’s annual Upfront announcement in [...]
Sad news for fans of corny puns and David Caruso: CBS has pulled the shades over CSI: Miami, cancelling the drama after 10 seasons. The news isn't unexpected, but still marks the beginning of what CBS hopes is a very slow decline for the CSI: franchise, which was birthed in 2000. Other Eye ... More »
Say goodbye to David Caruso and his infamous sunglasses — after nearly a decade, CBS has pulled the plug on “CSI: Miami.” “‘CSI: Miami’ leaves an amazing television legacy — a signature look and style, global popularity and as a key player in CBS’s rise to the top over the past decade,” CBS said in a statement on Sunday. Show More Summary
CBS may have renewed an impressive 18 series early last month, but that clearly didn't mean that everything on its current roster would be safe from cancelation! Even a show that we would have NEVER anticipated getting the boot! While no one expected freshmen series Unforgettable, A Gifted Man, and NYC 22 to survive past upfronts this [...]
Bad news for fans of David Caruo's laconic detective Horatio Caine: CBS has canceled "CSI: Miami" after 10 seasons. In a statement Sunday morning, the network said: "'CSI: Miami' leaves an amazing television legacy – a signature look and style, global popularity and as a key player in CBS’s rise to the top over the past decade."
CBS didn't waste any time renewing a number of series back in March, but we had to wait until now to know what new pilots made the cut for the 2012-2013 season, and which shows might be cut. Among the projects given the greenlight for series orders is the modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes called Elementary, and the Michael Urie/David Krumholtz-starring comedy Partners.
On the heels of canceling fellow spinoff CSI: Miami, CBS has renewed the youngest in the franchise, CSI: NY. Additionally, the network also has pulled the plug on the midseason comedy Rob. The fate of the last remaining CBS bubble series, veteran comedy Rules Of Engagement, is still being determined.
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CBS just confirmed that indeed, CSI: Miami will not be back next season. This is the first series from the CSI franchise to get off the air. Here is a statement from the network: Related:CBS Picks Up Four New Drama Series & Two Comedies:...Show More Summary
It looks like the case of CSI: Miami... (David Caruso removes glasses here).. is coming to an end after 10 seasons. Insiders tell TV Guide Magazine that CBS will announce this week that Miami, the second in the CSI franchise, has been canceled — but that the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Miami CSI: NY
At least one, maybe both.
This is the year at least one CSI goes bye, bye, but which one? or will it be two?
Send questions to email@example.com and follow me on Twitter! Question: Do you think it is possible that CBS will cancel Unforgettable, CSI: Miami and CSI: NY? I really like all of them and I am hoping this won't come true....Show More Summary
Sources are predicting…yes, at least one of them may very well get cancelled at the end of the season. Sadly for fans of the show with way too many shows, the ratings aren't doing so well and the network will most likely need to cancel at least one more hour-long drama to make room for new [...]
At least one more drama, other than the obvious ones, will be canceled.
Perhaps, but I've been wrong here before.