In a recent interview with Digital Spy, CSI: Miami star Eva LaRue expressed her disappointment over the show’s cancellation. The series was cancelled in May after 10 seasons and was the first of the CSI franchise to come to a close.
She said, “I was sad because we did not get a chance to say goodbye to the fans or to each other.” LaRue also noted that she felt like the personal lives of the characters should have been further explored.
“I think we all feel like the character development would have been important to us actors but the nature of the show did not allow for it. There was not enough time because of the elaborate procedural scenes.”
With her contract up for renewal and rumors of a possible cancellation, LaRue auditioned for and landed an ABC comedy pilot with Mandy Moore and Stockard Channing — The Family Trap.
LaRue reasoned, since there was no guarantee Miami would continue, “I simply started auditioning and I landed the pilot. You have to cover your bases and look for your next job.”
ABC hasn’t picked up The Family Trap for the 2012-13 season as yet.
What do you think? Do you wish that CSI: Miami had a true series finale? How do you think it should have ended?