CSI: NY Network: CBS

Episodes: 197 (hour)
Seasons: Nine

TV show dates: September 22, 2004 — February 22, 2013
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Gary Sinise, Melina Kanakaredes, Carmine Giovinazzo, Hill Harper, Eddie Cahill, Anna Belknap, Robert Joy, A. J. Buckley, Vanessa Ferlito, and Emmanuelle Vaugier.

TV show description:      
A group of NYPD forensics scientists investigate mysterious deaths and other serious crimes.

The CSI team is led by Detective Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) who previously served as a U.S. Marine. Mac is plagued by insomnia and is haunted by the loss of his wife in the 9/11 attacks.

Other past and present team members include former child prodigy Dr. Sheldon Hawkes (Hill Harper) and detectives like strong-willed Stella Bonasera (Melina Kanakaredes), Brooklyn native Aiden Burn (Vanessa Ferlito), troubled Danny Messer (Carmine Giovinazzo), witty Don Flack (Eddie Cahill), and Midwest transplant Lindsay Monroe (Anna Belknap).

This spin-off of CSI:Miami is typically the most gory of the CSI franchise.

Series Finale:     
Episode #197 — Today is Life
The team investigates a case involving a police officer, Kevin Hopkins, who shot and killed a man named Timothy Brown while pursuing him for the burglary of a jewelry shop. Hopkins asserts that his actions were in self-defense as he claims Brown had pulled a gun and shot at him. Hopkins’ partner admits he did not hear an initial gunshot from Brown and Brown’s hands also test negative for gunshot residue.

Pressured by protests and riots from the public in response to the shooting, the CSI’s search for additional evidence and eventually find a bullet casing at the crime scene. A ballistics match to several open cases links the location of one shooting to the address on a summons sheet found in the pocket of the jacket left behind by the other burglar.

The team heads to the location and winds up in separate chases in which one of the burglars is shot down by Jo when he reaches for his gun and the other, a man named Ray Griffin, is taken into custody. Griffin admits to the robbery and to shooting at Hopkins before escaping, while Adam discovers that the jewelry Brown had on him was his own and not stolen from the store. Brown had just pawned some of his jewelry to buy an engagement ring for his girlfriend.

Hopkins mistook Brown for Griffin since they were wearing the same clothes and shot Brown as he was reaching for his cell phone. Brown was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Inspired by Brown’s mantra to make the most of every day, Mac proposes to Christine and she accepts.
First aired: February 22, 2013


What do you think? Do you like the CSI: NY TV series? Are you upset that it’s been cancelled and won’t have a 10th season?

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  1. ann says

    Hey! ya’ll need to bring back csi miami and csi ny and do not take off law and order svu nobody want’s to see this new crap these show you have on today is so stupid pls these reallaty tv show’s please take the repo’s for instint we all know that repo’s can be bad when you’re doing you’re job but the last time i checked real repo work’s that do it for a liveing alway’s call law enforcement for protection and to show they have legal right’s to be there yes they are dangerious any job is dangares and everybody goes on about these celebraties and making money off these show’s they don’t know what real life is anymore hell if you are gonna take the good show’s off i will cut my cable off cause i look forwared to watching these show’s so ther for bring them backkkkkkkkkkk.

  2. Cojema says

    I love csi new York too. You people are getting rid of your best shows. I don’t care much for the original csi. I’m surprised you aren’t cancelling it, or are you keeping the bad and getting rid of the good?

  3. says

    With CSI/NY being one of the better CSI series, I agree it should continue. But , please stop shifting it’s airing schedule. That is the reason for any
    ratings decline.

  4. says

    Here they go again csi miami, now csi ny are you people who make these decisions have any brains All you have on now is garbage reality(which is not reality) wild girls stuff like that zombie,vampires real sick stuff…If svu goes forget tv it’s all you have left…thank goodness for reruns….tv today has no morals ,no story line no character ,Rizzoli and Isles runs so short,as does Major Crimes three shows left leave them alone stop coming up with smut and garbage.

    • Jazzy says

      I loved CSI:Miami, and they got rid of it. I love CSI:NY and they got rid of that too. why couldn’t they leave these shows and get rid of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

  5. Brad says

    Dear CBS, I’ve been waiting a bit before I commented on your dumping the CSI’s miami & NY. I wanted to see if maybe you would come to your sences or to be honest GET YOUR HEADS OUT OF YOUR ASSES!! But so far your just stuffing it up farther,You get us hooked on these great shows and pull the plug on them without finishing the stories then you bring back H50, two n a half whatever that is now a days etc!!!! And don’t even get me started on the 1/3 cast of unforgettable REALLY and move it to the sunday nite slot where everything ends up running 5min to 1hour late every week and then it will be gone next year for poor ratings just like csi Miami ended up!!!!! Before I go on forever, & I could! I’ll end here with you can’t get us hooked on these great shows and the storylines of all the cast and not finish them! I hope you fall to tenth or more on the weekly ratings charts!!! Even behind fx.

  6. cor9 says

    we older folk look forward to watching all the csi’s and now you are canceling them .
    what else do we have to watch its all so boring .not only that where do all the actors go
    please think about them too

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