by Jean Ho Actor Daniel Henney has played a mutant villain with lethal sniper skills (“X-Men Origins: Wolverine“), a doctor—more than once (“Three Rivers” and “My Lovely Sam Soon“)—and was the voice behind Tadashi Hamada, creator of the inflatable robot Baymax in the Academy Award-winning animated film “Big Hero 6.” As a model, he’s lent […]
The verdict is still out on whether or not the Season 9 finale of “CSI: NY,” airing Friday, Feb. 22, will also be the show’s series finale, but the decision on whether or not to pick up the procedural drama most likely won’t be made until May. As a result, the producers and writers of […]
CBS’s big two-part “CSI” crossover event is here, offering viewers a hot new duo (at least for two episodes). On tonight’s “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) and Det. Mac Taylor finally come together to work a case when Gary Sinise’s “CSI: NY” character heads to Las Vegas to surprise his girlfriend … […]
The “CSI” guys will be using double the force for a special case when CBS airs a two-part “CSI” crossover episode with “CSI: NY” in February 2013, the network announced Tuesday.
With eight seasons under its belt, “CSI: NY” is shaking things up in Season 9 with special episodes in November sweeps that take us home with team members on their days off, and in an episode, airing Friday night, featuring music from Green Day to narrate the dialogue-free action sequences.
For the past couple of seasons, the “CSI: NY” producers and writers have created season finales that could also be series finales — just in case the procedural drama didn’t get a pick up for another season. Such was the case last May with the “Near Death” episode. In it, Mac (Gary Sinise) was shot […]
Gary Sinise is canceling appearances with his Lt. Dan Band after suffering injuries in a car accident.
When “CSI: NY” returns with new episodes on Friday night, Detective Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) takes us through a history lesson of a major crime from 1957 when a present-day lab tech is murdered in case that closely parallels what is known as the Lana Gregory Murder. “I am always fascinated with history, cold cases […]
Jo Danville (Sela Ward) proves that she is one smart cookie on tonight’s episode of “CSI: NY” when she pieces the evidence together from two seemingly unrelated deaths and figures out that they are connected.
Actor Gary Sinise, known for playing a soldier who loses his legs in the film “Forrest Gump,” wants to stage a benefit concert to raise money to build a home in Temecula, Calif., for a Marine who lost his limbs in Afghanistan.