CSI: NY (2004–2013)
James Wolk was previously announced as the series lead. The drama explores the three parallel lives of Joe Kimbrough (Wolk) after he makes a pivotal choice at a crossroads in his life. The series asks the question of how different life might look if you made your decision based on love, loyalty or passion.
Martinez will star as Amy, described as a bright and caring woman who forms an immediate connection with Joe. Barnett will play Eric Payne, one of Joe’s closest friends. The roles reunite the pair, as both Martinez and Barnett starred in the ABC series “Secrets and Lies.”
Barnett recently starred in the Emmy-nominated Netflix series “Russian Doll,” with his other recent appearances on television including “Tales of the City,” “Arrow” and “You.” He is also known for
Unfolding beginning in May through August of this year, the fellowship will feature master classes, one-on-one coaching and feedback,
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The limited return of the network’s long-running, crime procedural would be done to help mark the franchise’s 20th anniversary, which will come in October. The show’s creative team, including Anthony Zuiker and Jerry Bruckheimer are in discussions to return for the limited run, which would be a sequel to the flagship “CSI” series, which ended in 2015.
Both CBS and CBS TV Studios, which produces the series, declined to comment.
“CSI” first premiered in October of 2000 was CBS’ longest-running TV franchise, until “NCIS” surpassed it a few years ago. It ran for 15 seasons, airing a special two-hour finale movie in 2015. It also spawned three spinoffs: “CSI: Miami” which starred David Caruso, the
Variety has confirmed with sources that the broadcaster is eyeing a potential event series revival of the megahit show, which aired on the network from 2000-2015. The project is in the very early development stages and no original cast members are currently attached.
The idea would be to release the new installment in time for the show’s 20th anniversary in October, but no deals are in place as of yet. Original series creator Anthony Zuiker is in talks along with executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer and the show’s creative team. Jason Tracey would write the script. Tracey most recently worked on the CBS series “Elementary” in addition to shows like “Burn Notice” and “Cold Case.”
CBS and CBS Television Studios declined to comment.
“CSI” proved to be a breakout hit for CBS, drawing massive ratings for the network and quickly becoming one of TV’s most-watched shows.
The network is developing a CSI “event series” that would commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original series’ launch (in Oct. 2000), TVLine has confirmed. According to Deadline, which first broke the news, the potential follow-up would once again be set in Las Vegas and, ideally, feature original cast members, including William Petersen and Jorja Fox (both of whom have reportedly been approached).
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Sources stress that no deals for the potential CSI revival are done, and that the project is still in early stages and may not come together within a reasonable financial framework. Reps for CBS and CBS TV Studios declined comment.
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It also spurned numerous spin offs. with CSI: Miami being the most popular of them all, spanning 232 episodes between 2002 and 2012. There's also CSI: NY, which lasted just under two hundred episodes between 2004 and 2013, and finally CSI: Cyber, which was cancelled after just two seasons and 31 episodes. And within those shows is an incredible cast full of interesting stories. These are ten things you never know about the cast of CSI.
The beloved actress and musician will lead the cast of Netflix comedy Country Comfort, according to TV Line.
Netflix handed out a straight-to-series order for the multi-camera sitcom which finds the actress "as a modern-day, country-tinged version of Fran Drescher’s iconic au pair" from the hit TV series The Nanny.
Even though there are similarities to The Nanny, it does actually come from that show's executive producer, Caryn Lucas, but TV Line notes that it is not a reboot of the series.
McPhee is set to play a country singer named Bailey, who takes a job as a nanny for a cowboy and his five children.
“With a never-give up attitude and loads of Southern charm, this newbie-nanny is able to navigate the family dynamics and be the mother figure they’ve been missing,” per the official logline.
“To her surprise,
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Dr. Ellman is described as “a compassionate, incisive, no-nonsense adolescent and family therapist who works to help Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) battle anxiety, depression, and grief. Ellman helps guide Clay to accept the help he needs and come to terms with the trauma in his past.”
I’ve always liked Gary Sinise. He’s a great actor that is underrated. I’m surprised that he has done more and better projects over the years.
The final season will feature the core cast’s graduation from Liberty High. I’m still currently making my way through Season 3. So far, it hasn’t been as good as the previous seasons, but let’s see how it comes to an end.
The CSI: NY alum will appear in the series-regular role of Dr. Robert Ellman, “a compassionate, incisive, no-nonsense adolescent and family therapist who works to help Clay Jensen battle anxiety, depression and grief,” according to Deadline. “Formidable, intense and deeply humane, Ellman is steadfast in guiding Clay to accept the help he needs so desperately” and to “come to terms with the trauma in his past.”
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Sinise, who is expected to appear in every episode, will play Dr. Robert Ellman, a compassionate, incisive, no-nonsense adolescent and family therapist who works to help Clay Jensen (Minnette) battle anxiety, depression, and grief. Formidable, intense, and deeply humane, Ellman is steadfast in guiding Clay to accept the help he needs so desperately, to come to terms with the trauma in his past, and begin the process of healing.
“From the first moments we conceived of the role, I thought of Gary Sinise, but hardly dared to dream it might happen,” said series creator Brian Yorkey. “A consummate actor and first-rate human, Gary brings the exact combination of toughness, smarts, and heart the character needs. We’re all thrilled and honored to have him
Sinise will play Dr. Robert Ellman in the Netflix Ya drama. Season 4 is currently in production and will feature the core cast’s graduation from Liberty High.
Dr. Ellman is described as a compassionate, incisive, no-nonsense adolescent and family therapist who works to help Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) battle anxiety, depression, and grief. Ellman helps guide Clay to accept the help he needs and come to terms with the trauma in his past.
Season 3, which was released back in August, picks up eight months after the events of the previous season and focuses on Clay, Tony (Christian Navarro), Jessica (Alisha Boe), Alex (Miles Heizer), Justin (Brandon Flynn), and Zach (Ross Butler)who find ways to shoulder the burden of the cover-up of Tyler’s (Devin Druid) attempted massacre at the Spring Fling,
For the eight-episode second season of the sci-fi series, which is led by Anthony Mackie and set to debut in 2020, Loren will play Danica Harlan, who is described as “the charming and ambitious governor of planet Harlan’s World. She has the support of the people, but keeps an uneasy grip on the political players who surround her.”
According to Netflix, Loren has already completed production for Season 2, as her series regular role on “Altered Carbon” had been kept under wraps during filming.
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Along with Mackie, who is taking over the part of Takeshi Kovacs from Joel Kinnaman for Season 2, Loren joins
Shortly after news broke that Fonda died on Friday, Ladd, 83, paid tribute to her longtime friend and costar, who she had worked with and come to personally know for more than five decades.
As she looked back on their friendship, Ladd noted how she starred alongside Fonda in her first film, Wild Angels in 1966, and serendipitously, had an opportunity to work with him again on The Last Full Measure, the final film before his death.
Shortly after People confirmed that her little brother had died on Friday morning, the iconic actress, 81, spoke out about the tragedy and how she was coping with the loss.
Though Jane said that she was devastated by Peter’s passing, she also revealed that she had spent some alone time with him before his death and reassured everyone that her little brother “went out laughing.”
“I am very sad,” Jane said in a statement to People. “He was my sweet-hearted baby brother, the talker of the family.
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