CSI has been cancelled

US TV network CBS has confirmed its long-running drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will end this year.

The show, which began in 2000 and spawned three spin-offs, will end on 27 September with a two-hour finale.

Original cast members William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger will return as Gil Grissom and Catherine Willows.

Ted Danson, the show's current star, will continue his role as "DB" Russell in sister show CSI: Cyber, which began its first season in March.

The show's other spin-offs, CSI: Miami and CSI: NY, ran for 10 and nine seasons respectively before being cancelled.

Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation follows a team of forensic investigators based in Las Vegas.

Highlights during its 15-year run include Grave Danger, a two-hour episode from 2005 that Quentin Tarantino conceived and directed.

The show has also featured guest appearances from Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Charlie Sheen, who appeared in a 2008 "cross-over" episode with his then-sitcom Two and a Half Men.


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In the UK, channel 5 will show the final 2 episodes this Saturday 16th and next Saturday 23rd.

I don't know if Channel 5 will show the 2 hour finale at some time.


Channel 5 has acquired the rights to show CSI: Cyber but no dates announced as to when they will start showing it. Patricia Arquette is the lead. Mixed reviews on IMDB with some people thinks it's good, and others dreadful. 13 episodes in the first series. CBS have confirmed a second series.


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