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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Wed Sep 21, 2011 6:33 am

What can you tell me about the CSI: NY premiere? — Justin
ADAM: Remember how Mac was mulling leaving the crime lab behind in last year's finale? Well, he did! And even though the emotional 9/11 tribute season premiere reunites Mac with his old colleagues, his desk at the crime lab will still be empty when the episode ends.


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'CSI: NY' stages a 'Once and Again' reunion -- EXCLUSIVE
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Once and Again fans, this news is for you: EW has learned exclusively that Jeffrey Nordling will reunite with Sela Ward for a two-episode arc airing in November.
Nordling will play a U.S. senator who is still miffed at the way Jo (Ward) handled a rape case involving his daughter, Serena (played by newcomer Jenn Proske). The senator comes to New York City when his daughter’s rapist is arrested on a new case and applies pressure to make sure things aren’t screwed up the second time around.
Nordling played Ward’s ex-husband Jake on Once and Again, which ran on ABC from 1999 to 2002. Other more recent credits for Nordling include Body of Proof and Desperate Housewives.


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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Wed Sep 21, 2011 5:52 pm

Fall Premiere Party - CSI NY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unp3LipW ... ture=share

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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Fri Sep 23, 2011 5:01 pm

SEPTEMBER 23, 2011 06:08 AM PDT

CSI: NY Preview: Mac's Emotional Closure, Danny's New Family, and Jo's Blast from the Past


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The strictures of the fall TV season didn’t allow CBS’ CSI: NY to air its 9/11-centric Season 8 premiere on the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks, but the episode is no less powerful.
Airing this Friday at 9/8c, the hour finds Gary Sinise’s Mac AWOL from the lab and instead lending his skills to help identify the remains of the more than 1,000 Trade Center fatalities still unaccounted for a full decade later. That understandably prompts Mac to flash back to the fateful day when he last saw his wife, Claire, but not before we first meet the beauty (played by Eureka‘s Jaime Ray Newman) who brought out the romantic within the otherwise rigid Detective Taylor.
Executive producer Zach Reiter shared with TVLine a look at the CBS procedural’s emotional season opener, as well as previewed what lies ahead for other members of the New York CSI lab.
CSI: NY Premiere Photos, Part 2: ‘You See the Love that Mac Had’ In His Life
TVLINE | How long ago did you first lock onto the idea that 9/11 was a day you wanted the show to revisit?
I don’t think that we actually locked until the end of last season, although it is something that we’ve talked about for some time. Gary Sinise came to me and the other writers wanting to do something that revolved around 911 — specifically featuring the Brooklyn Wall of Remembrance, which is a memorial to the 416 first responders who died on 9/11. Apparently they were about halfway through building it when they ran out of money, and Gary and his Lt. Dan Band were instrumental in helping to raise finds to complete the project. We had been kicking around ideas here and there, knowing that the 10th anniversary of 9/11 was getting closer and closer, and it all seemed to come together in that moment of featuring that wall in the storyline.
TVLINE | What was most important to you when casting Mac’s wife, Claire?
It was incredibly important that we cast somebody who can bring out a side of Gary that maybe we haven’t seen in the last seven years. What’s kind of beautiful about seeing a flashback with him and Claire is not so much to see the woman that he was with and feel that heartbreak of knowing she passed away on that day, but more to see the smile on Mac’s face and the love that he had in those moments – and seeing how [losing her] that changed him. The personality you see — his sternness, the seriously conservative nature — is largely a product of how his life changed on that day.
Matt’s Inside Line: Scoop on the CSI: NY Season Premiere
TVLINE | Is revisiting that turning point going to free him in a way, take a weight off his soul?
No doubt. You’ll feel and you’ll know at the end of the episode that he derives a certain amount of closure from the [anniversary] — and from the specific act that he makes at the end of the day. I won’t give away what that is, but I hope that what we convey is that he’s gotten a bit of closure and is able to move on, in many ways — in his job, in everyday life, and towards the end of the season in a way that he’s able to open up and have a relationship that is more meaningful than maybe some of the past ones he had, because these walls were up.
TVLINE | Beyond what Mac goes through in the premiere, are there any other back stories you want to explore this season?
One we intend to explore is Jo’s. What we would like to delve into is some of what we gave you last season, with regards to why she left D.C. and decided to join the New York lab. There is the history of that case, the D.C. rapist, where she felt compelled by her legal obligation to disclose certain information, and in doing so it resulted in the acquittal of a rapist. She went through a lot of grief and condemnation, and that caused her to maybe make the move, and some of that history comes back. The same way Mac gets a little closure with respect to his personal life, we’re hoping that Jo can get some closure with respect to this fairly traumatic, haunting event in her life.
Casting News: CSI: NY Stages Once & Again Reunion
TVLINE | What will be the biggest ripple effect of Danny being an NYPD sergeant?
It probably has to do with Lindsay. We’re very careful to not have any kind of frustrations that are born out of him having this new job, and they’re on different schedules. We didn’t want it to become whining, which can get very old very fast. Nobody out there wants to see this couple going, “Aww, I don’t see you enough!” Kill me now. Not fun. [His new job] creates a little bit of a wedge – there is some frustration – but it’s actually more fun to see how they deal with it and come out on top. Beyond that, without giving too much away, some of the stuff that happens with Danny is about how he left one family, and when you become a sergeant and supervise a certain number of uniformed officers they become your new family. What we explore is what he learns about his new family, how that differs from his [CSI] family, and how that weighs on his mind.
TVLINE | Danny’s new, female partner (played by Jeananne Goossen) – what are you going to do with her and what are you not going to with her? Fans of course assume the worst….
Of course they do. [Laughs] She plays his driver. We thought it would be very fascinating to see is Danny in a supervisory and teaching role. After all, he’s rash, he doesn’t always make the best decisions, and over the years we’ve often seen Mac chastise him. Mac has had to take him to the side and say, “What the hell’s the matter with you? You need to be smarter about this.” We wanted to see him in the role of now having to supervise younger cops who are making those mistakes, but always check himself and go, “I was that guy. I made those mistakes.” [His partner] fulfills that role, that dynamic.
TVLINE | She is pretty, though….
But still believable as a New York City police officer. Obviously because she’s female and pretty, and when you’re a sergeant’s driver you spend an inordinate amount of time sitting next to that person, it’s natural to assume that you develop a bond… and that bond might become more than just a bond. To be completely honest, Danny and Lindsay are going to be fine. They’re going to come out OK. [Exec producer] Pam Veasey said it best: “Are you going to see some sparks? No. But you may see a flare or two.”


source: http://www.tvline.com/2011/09/csi-ny-season-8-preview/

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Det. Danny Messer (Carmine Giovinazzo, left) and Det. Don Flack (Eddie Cahill, right) meet for the first time at the site of the World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, in a flashback. Gary Sinise, who plays Detective Mac Taylor on the CBS show "CSI:NY," has been deeply involved in the funding and construction of the Brooklyn Wall of Remembrance, which honors 417 first responders who died on Sept. 11.

Friday night at 8, "CSI:NY" opens its eighth season with an episode that focuses on Taylor and the Wall, blending real life with the fictional storyline.

The episode might startle viewers who thought TV would be taking a break from Sept. 11 after several weeks of intense anniversary coverage were a little premature.

But this episode, which primarily focuses on the impact for survivors, lets the show have some dramatic closure of its own.

Taylor lost his wife Claire in the attacks – a loss dramatized at the end of the show's first season with Taylor looking through the construction fence at Ground Zero.

Taylor later stepped down from his position at the Police Department, partly to work with scientists analyzing DNA remains.

Claire's were never found.

He is technically on leave, but the interim chief, Jo Danville (Sela Ward), is convinced he will come back and wants that to happen.

Danville is overseeing tonight's new case, a murder during a bar robbery, while Taylor keeps trying to come to terms with his memories.

The show retraces much of what happened Sept. 11, with guest star Jaime Ray Newman as Claire. In one scene, she says, "What would you do without me?"

The storyline of Friday's episode has Taylor is working with retired Fire Chief Joe Vincent (Robert Forster), who lost his son that day, on creating the Wall.

Several families who suffered losses that day are included in the memorial scene of this episode, which is titled "Indelible."


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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Fri Sep 23, 2011 10:11 pm

CSI: NY's 9/11 Tribute Episode Shows a New Side of Mac

On Friday's CSI: NY premiere (9/8c, CBS), which pays tribute to the 10th anniversary of 9/11, it's clear that Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) will never forget that fateful day. Via flashbacks, the somber hour introduces audiences to Mac's wife, Claire (Jaime Ray Newman), who died in the aftermath of the Twin Towers' collapse.

Executive producer Zack Reiter tells TVGuide.com he hopes that seeing Mac with the love of his life will be a treat for the show's fans. "We would love the audience to see, right from the get-go, a little bit of a different side of Mac," he says. "They are going to see a little bit of a smile, a little bit of a twinkle — who Mac Taylor was before 9/11."

And even though he'll never forget, Reiter says the plan for Mac in Season 8 is to finally move on. "At the end of the episode, he reaches a bit of closure," Reiter says. "He does have a moment where it seems like he can move on from this emotionally. We're hoping by the end of Season 8 to show that he can maybe recapture that [love] with another woman."

The episode, which also flashes back to other characters' memories of the tragedy, culminates with Mac speaking at the Brooklyn Wall of Remembrance, a memorial to the first responders that died on 9/11, which Sinise helped fund when the project stalled during construction.

"Whenever we go to New York to shoot, we like to shoot things that are specific to New York and show iconic things, but also to reveal some new things," Sinise says of the wall's inclusion in the episode. "It's not something that a lot of people know about. This is a very important memorial to the thousands of family members who lost a first-responder loved one on that day. I'm very proud to have participated in raising money to build it."

As for the other team members, Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Flack (Eddie Cahill) meet for the first time as they drag people from the rubble. And Jo (Sela Ward), who was working for the FBI in Washington D.C. at the time, brings in the point of view of the attacks on the Pentagon.


Beyond the premiere, however, Jo's past in D.C. will resurface in a major way. "We definitely intend to explore the history of why she left D.C. and came to New York," Reiter says. "We hinted last season at the fact that she was involved in a case where she brought to light some new information that resulted in a rapist going free. We're hoping to revisit those issues, and kind of continuing the theme, we're hoping to ... find her a bit of closure as well."

Meanwhile, Danny's promotion to sergeant has him back on the streets — away from his wife Lindsay (Anna Belknap)."Danny has a gritty personality, so putting him back on the street was exciting for us," Reiter says. "It does cause a little bit of a divide between him and Lindsay. They're like ships passing in the night, and ... we're just going to show how that creates a little bit of frustration. [There won't be] blowout arguments or anything like that. It just kind of plays with their relationship a little bit."

The most surprising reveal, however, may be that Mac isn't working at the crime lab when the season begins. Season 7 ended with Mac weighing retirement, and when the show resumes, he is working at a DNA lab trying to identify the remains of unknown 9/11 victims. But inevitably, he'll be back. "I know a lot of great public servants," Sinise says. "They think they want to retire and then they rethink it because it's just in their blood. That's the kind of character Mac Taylor is. Serving a just cause is in his blood."

CSI: NY premieres Friday at 9/8c.


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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Sat Sep 24, 2011 12:04 am

8.09 - "Means to an End"

~ Not much at this point, really. But it looks like this episode might involve the senator. One of Jo's witnesses ends up dead, and upon investigating a lead, Jo is assaulted and knocked out.


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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Sat Sep 24, 2011 3:22 am

"CSI:NY" Pays Tribute To 9/11 http://cbsloc.al/p02hiG
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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Sat Sep 24, 2011 5:17 am

CSI:NY 802 Keep it Real promo- - > http://youtu.be/zgso97OTGCs

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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Mon Sep 26, 2011 6:37 am

CS NY - Aly Michalka Interview + Preview Episode [OH-78VIOLET.COM] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqT6n7tH ... ture=share via @youtube
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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Tue Sep 27, 2011 5:47 am

Cate12345: Any info on CSI:NY? Love Danny & Lindsay, but any scoop will do! Thanks for all your great info lately, much appreciated.
Lindsay (Anna Belknap) is going places. In episode four you will see her out of the lab, being a badass, but funnily enough this new development requires a costume change. Anna Belknap tells us: "We were joking, my costumer and I, because I actually have a purse...I'm usually just at the lab or at the crime scene. I was like, 'I need some place for my keys and my wallet.'" OK, so this isn't huge scoop but we like to see our favorite CSIs out of the lab.


me2bme: I hear you've been sitting on some Danny/Lindsay scoop...care to share? #CSINY
Let's expand a little on that Lindsay out of the lab thing. We know that Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) gets in a bit of trouble and Lindsay, who can't work on the case, feels helpless to aid her hubby. Belknap explains that Lindsay, "takes an uncharacteristic step and goes out to try and help Danny." Will it help or hurt his cause? Verdict is out.


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Something more about 8.09:
~ Jo speaks to Frank, the man who messed up the DNA evidence in DC which caused John Curtis to get away with raping the Senator's daughter. He regrets what happened, but he also blames Jo for reporting his mistake.


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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:51 pm

CSI NY Season 8 Episode 4 Officer Involved Photos


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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:15 pm

CSI: NY has booked former House and Six Feet Under actor Michael Weston to play Frank, a former FBI crime lab agent who worked with Jo (Sela Ward) in Washington, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

But the duo's reunion likely won't be a happy one.

They formerly worked together on a case involving the rape of a U.S. senator's daughter — Jo's last case before leaving the FBI for New York. Because of Frank's mistake in processing evidence — and Jo's refusal to hide the mistake — serial rapist John Curtis (Jason Wiles) was released. When Curtis strikes again in New York, Frank comes to visit Jo. Anyone else think he might hold a grudge?

Curtis' new case will also bring Sen. Matthews (Jeffrey Nordling) and daughter Serena (Jenn Proske) to New York in hopes that Curtis will finally get the punishment they feel he deserves.

Weston's episode is slated to air Nov. 18. He's perhaps best known for his role as Dr. Gregory House's preferred private investigator, Lucas Douglas. He also played homicidal meth addict Jake on Six Feet Under and has appeared on such shows as Scrubs, ER and Burn Notice.

CSI: NY airs Fridays at 9/8c on CBS.


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Postby perlnoir on Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:25 pm

Press release du "Officer Involved"


A NIGHT OUT FOR A FRIENDLY DRINK TAKES AN UNEXPECTED TURN WHEN DANNY AND HIS ROOKIE COPS ARE CAUGHT UP IN A SHOOTING, ON "CSI: NY," FRIDAY, OCT. 14

Dean Norris (“Breaking Bad”) Guest Stars as IAB Lt. Mitchell Adler, Investigating The Shooting

Joey McIntyre (“New Kids On The Block”) Guest Stars as Ray James, a Man Possibly Involved With the Shooting

CHEAT TWEET: One of their own is caught up in a shooting – for the #CSINY team, this one is personal 9 pm ET/PT http://bit.ly/rfp2nE

"Officer Involved" — A night out for a friendly drink takes an unexpected turn when Danny and his rookie cops are caught up in a shooting, on "CSI: NY," Oct. 14 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Dean Norris (“Breaking Bad”) guest stars as IAB Lt. Mitchell Adler. Joey McIntyre (“New Kids On The Block”) guest stars as Ray James.

SERIES REGULARS:
Det. Mac Taylor........................ .... Gary Sinise
Jo Danville...................................... Sela Ward
Danny Messer................... Carmine Giovinazzo
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes....................... Hill Harper
Det. Don Flack............................. Eddie Cahill
Lindsay Monroe Messer............ Anna Belknap
Adam Ross.................................... AJ Buckley
Dr. Sid Hammerback...................... Robert Joy

GUEST CAST:
Officer Lauren Cooper........ Jeananne Goossen
IAB Lt. Mitchell Adler.................. Dean Norris
Pete Miller............................... Michael Alperin
Travis Moss....................................... Jeff Leaf
Ray James................................. Joey McIntyre
Off. Terrence Foley..................... Joshua Bitton
Off. Glenn Cates..................... Manny Montana
Tommy “The Geek” Hurtz................ David Ury
Leo Banks................................ Dominic Flores

GENRE: CRIME DRAMA, ACTION, ADVENTURE, SUSPENSE, MYSTERY

WRITTEN BY: Christopher Silber
DIRECTED BY: Skipp Sudduth
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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Sat Oct 01, 2011 5:30 am

803 CSI:NY Cavallino Rampante
Next week's preview! http://t.co/5bduNOdO (thanks cate12345)
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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby perlnoir on Mon Oct 03, 2011 8:21 pm

CSI: NY Season 8 Preview #3 - 'Cavallino Rampante' (Extended) - -> http://youtu.be/tmOSW0qfb1o

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