CSI: Miami

CSI Miami canceled by CBSNetwork: CBS
Episodes: 232 (hour)
Seasons: 10

TV show dates: September 23, 2002 — April 8, 2012
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: David Caruso, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez, Khandi Alexander, Rex Linn, Jonathan Togo, Eva La Rue, Boti Bliss, Sofia Milos, Rory Cochrane, Brendan Fehr, Brian Poth, and David Lee Smith.

TV show description:      
A team of Miami-Dade Police Department forensic scientists investigate the circumstances behind unusual deaths and crimes.

Lieutenant Horatio Caine (David Caruso) leads the CSI team and is a forensic analyst and former bomb squad officer.

Past and present members of his team include ballistics specialist Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter), fingerprint and drug identification expert Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), medical examiner Dr. Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander), young officer Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), Homicide Detective Frank Tripp (Rex Linn), and DNA analyst Natalia Boa Vista (Eva LaRue).

The series is a spin-off of CSI and later spun-off CSI: NY.

Series Finale:     
Episode 232 — Habeas Corpse
Things spiral out of control when Ryan confronts Josh Avery about working for Vogel (from #1018) and the next thing he remembers is waking up in Josh’s apartment with Josh dead. Horatio is forced to arrest Ryan for the murder, but when the team discovers evidence of another assailant, Horatio suspects that Vogel might have been involved.

Meanwhile, Calleigh worries about being able to adopt Austin North and his sister after the adoption agency expresses doubt over her capability, but Delko stands in and defends her. When the team discovers that Josh was a meth dealer who was being supplied by one of Vogel’s clients, Eddie Coster, they confront Coster but he appears clueless as to the whereabouts of his confiscated drugs.

Later, Coster kidnaps and threatens to kill Samantha and Vogel for cutting him out of the profits, but Samantha drives up a bridge and kills Coster. Finally, when Ryan finds evidence linking Samantha to Josh’s murder, she admits to accidentally killing Josh in an effort to protect Ryan that night.
First aired: April 8, 2012.


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  1. tv buff says

    Bring it back !!!!!!
    Serious this is a staple show, just like law and order’s. All 3 Csi’s I watched weekly.

  2. alana says

    we all seem to be forgetting one crucial fact just because cbs cancelled the show does not mean that it can not be picked up by another network . a while back cbs cancelled southland and now the network tnt is the one that is reaping the rewards. it keeps being renewed maybe we can get another network to bring it back

  3. Pamel says

    CSI Miami was the best of the three CSI shows. CBS you screwed up. You should have cancelled CSI NY–that’s one show I refuse to watch. The characters and actors on CSI Miami were more realistic and far better than their two counterpart CSI shows. I refuse to watch those shows now that you’ve gotten rid of the best show on CBS!

    • susan walker says

      totally agree! Is there anyway the fans can get together and try to get the show back on the air; tnt, usa, etc? Plenty of other channels this can go to like southland did

  4. Rae says

    CSI: Miami was the best of the 3 shows. Miami had all to most of the charcters that started the show and the show it self seemed to have better writers. NY was boring and LV was near death. If any of the shows were to be cancelled, it should of been NY and LV.

  5. JoAnne says

    My husband and I both loved CSI Miami better than all the others so we just stopped watching them. We would love to see CSI Miami come back.We would definately watch.

  6. KJ says

    What was CBS thinking? Bring back CSI Miami. The original CSI and CSI NY don’t feel the same being watched without it.

  7. says

    so all you csi Miami fans out there how about getting a petition going with me to get this show and series back on the air the more the people making there point cbs might get the point to keep it going so lets see what we can do to keep it going is anybody interested just drop me a line

  8. says

    lets give it a go and see what we can do all those people who wrote in to about csi miami would you people be interested in starting a petition to see if we can keep this great show on the air lets give it a

  9. chris says

    bring it back , bring it back, bring it back, bring it back, bring it back , bring it back , bring it back , bring it back. That’s all we want is CSI MIAMI back on air please

  10. says

    csi Miami bring it back i wonder how we would go getting a petition going to keep the show i would rather watch csi Miami than the other crap that is on how about thinking of the public and not the $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ what other ones are cbs going to scrap shame on you cbs im from Australia and not happy with this outcome so why not leave things alone

  11. Jackie says

    I have been anxiously waiting for CSI Miami all season, and no show. I think maybe it has been changed to a new time, or waiting for the New Year. I am so disappointed it is not on!!! That was my Sunday treat, but know you have taken that away. It was such a tremendous ending that had me hungry for more!!! STILL WAITING…

  12. Robin Johnson says

    Why are you always getting rid of the shows that people really want to watch? I watched Miami every week without fail. The show was good, because you never went too deep into personal lives and focused mainly on the jobs they had to do. Very disappointed in CBS. Lets just get rid of New York as well. We all watch that one too!

  13. Desirey says

    I think that the original CSI is now played out I’m sure people won’t be disappointed if you guys at CBS switched the two and cancelled the original in order to bring back MIAMI. CBS your viewers are speaking out we want CSI MIAMI back feel free to cut the original to do it than so be it.

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