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Postby Elphiethegreen on Sat Sep 01, 2012 7:35 pm

Sela and Gary Sinise behind the scenes of CSI: NY.


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Postby Elphiethegreen on Tue Sep 04, 2012 5:30 pm

A new pic from Eddie

ADR Gearing up for the Premiere!


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Postby perlnoir on Thu Sep 06, 2012 6:25 am

Thanks a lot Elphie for pics.

9.07 "Clue: SI"
~ Two young women are killed - Lisa is shot, and Ellen is hanged. When they test the rope used to hang Ellen, they discover GSR that matches Lisa's shooting. These deaths are connected, and the killer has more targets in his/her sights.

~ A man is arrested during an attempted robbery, and the gun he's using is the same one that killed Lisa. However, he denies shooting anyone. He insists that he found the gun next to Lisa's body; he didn't call the police because he has a criminal record, but he couldn't resist taking the weapon - as well as Lisa's jewelry.

~ There's some sort of prankster in the lab, and Lindsay is one of his/her victims - she ends up with blue rings around her eyes (most likely from ink applied to the eyepieces of a microscope), and she has to wear sunglasses until the ink wears off.

~ As a random tidbit, Natalie Martinez's character is named Detective Jamie Lovato. (We only had the last name before.)


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Postby perlnoir on Fri Sep 07, 2012 6:09 am

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Postby Elphiethegreen on Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:47 pm

AJ Buckley on Twitter:
It's a dirty job working with @sela_ward


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Postby DarkUFO on Tue Sep 11, 2012 7:51 am

Thanks Elphie and welcome to the site.
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Re: [OFFICIAL] CSI:NY - Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby Elphiethegreen on Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:06 pm

DarkUFO wrote:Thanks Elphie and welcome to the site.

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

Postby perlnoir on Thu Sep 13, 2012 6:36 am

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My mom having fun on set today with @sela_ward and @GarySinise pic.twitter.com/hTO9Nkfj


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

Postby perlnoir on Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:39 pm

'CSI:NY' books 'Dawson's Creek' alum for harrowing episode
By Carina Adly MacKenzie

September 14, 2012 2:54 PM ET

Follow @cadlymack on Twitter | Google"CSI:NY" has booked "Dawson's Creek" star Meredith Monroe for a key guest-starring role in the fifth episode of the upcoming Season 9, Zap2it has learned exclusively. April is the mother of a boy who went missing 20 years ago, when he was 8 years old. Of course, April has never quite been able to overcome such a tragedy.

When the guy accused of Tommy's kidnapping turns up dead, Mac (Gary Sinise) finds himself in the middle of a 20-year-old case. In the same episode, we'll see a flashback to Don's (Eddie Cahill) childhood with his sister Sam in a memorable moment with their father.

Though best known for her work as Andie on "Dawson's Creek," Meredith Monroe has been steadily working ever since. Most recently, she starred as Jaime King's MIA mother on "Heart of Dixie" and played a widow on "Hawaii Five-0."


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

Postby perlnoir on Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:56 pm

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Exclusive: CSI: NY Casts Ringer Siren, Lizzie McGuire Alum in Season 9 BY MEGAN MASTERS Get More: Casting News, Exclusive, Fall TV Preview, Scoop Ringer‘s ill-fated Gemma has found new life on CSI: NY. TVLine has learned exclusively that Tara Summers has booked a guest spot in a Season 9 installment of the CBS cop drama. Summers will drop by this November as Dr. Carly Emerson, a British psychiatrist whose patients mysteriously start turning up dead. Appearing in the same episode is actor Jake Thomas, of Lizzie McGuire fame. He’ll play a college student named Steve, who hails from a wealthy but dysfunctional family. RELATED | Exclusive: CSI: NY Casts Justified Alum Neal McDonough as the ‘Ultimate Politician’ In addition to The CW’s short-lived Ringer, Summers’ TV credits include Damages, Private Practice and Boston Legal. Thomas, meanwhile, guest-starred most recently on The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Criminal Minds and The Whole Truth. CSI: NY kicks off its ninth season on Friday, Sept. 28 in its new 8/7c time slot.


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

Postby perlnoir on Sat Sep 15, 2012 8:23 am

9.08 "Late Admissions"

~ A young man from a private school named Nate recently committed suicide by overdosing on a mixture of dextroamphetamine pills (an ADHD drug) and alcohol. Now another boy from the school, Luke, has been murdered. The team finds dextroamphetamine pills in Luke's bag, but he didn't have a prescription. Luke was one of the best students in the school, so the CSIs wonder if he was using or selling the drugs, since they are sometimes used recreationally as a study aid.

~ Lindsay goes to Montana for the execution of Daniel Katums. (Katums was the man who killed Lindsay's friends when she was young, and she went to Montana to testify against him in 3.18 "Sleight Out of Hand".) The episode contains several flashbacks featuring Lindsay and her friends before they were killed. One of her friends was named Lucy, and Lindsay has a necklace that belonged to her, which she wears during the episode.

~ Lindsay also visits her childhood home and sees her father, Robert. They go fishing together, and Robert tries to convince her not to attend the execution. He just wants to protect her. It also mentions that Lindsay's mother is dead, although I'm not sure if this was ever revealed in a previous episode. (I apologize if it was, I honestly can't remember if they ever told us that information.)


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‘CSI: NY’ Boss: We’re Throwing Caution to the Wind This Season


by Paulette Cohn | September 14, 2012 at 2:36 PM

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 and hovered between life and death in limbo. While there, he shared special moments with members of his CSI team and with his late wife, Claire (Jaime Ray Newman).

When we return, it will be business as usual — with a twist we reveal below — with a case of the week. In the premiere episode, a friend of Mac’s — a fire chief — is killed in a blaze set by an arsonist — and the M.O. is very similar to that of a recently released convict.

“This year, we are doing the unexpected,” says executive producer Pam Veasey in an exclusive interview with XfinityTV.com. “We are taking the characters to an unexpected place in their personal lives and the stories to an unexpected place. This year, we throw caution to the wind, and take a left turn — either on the concept of the episode or the lives of our characters — so the audience goes, ‘Wow! That is satisfying.’”

“CSI: NY” returns for its ninth season on Friday, Sept. 28, but first we spoke to Veasey and xxecutive producer Zach Reiter to get the inside story on the upcoming season.

Where do we rejoin the story?

At the end of the eighth season finale, we saw a montage of happy events — in case it turned out to be the final-ever episode — of Mac returning to work and being greeted by his team. In the season premiere, in addition to moving forward, we are also going to get a bit of a review of what happened in the time between his getting out of the hospital and going back to work.


“It would seem natural to pick up six months later and show the aftermath of that, show a little bit of flashback of his rehabilitation, and what if any side effects there will be to the shooting, which there will be,” Reiter says.

What are the side effects?

Even though Mac has physically recovered from his bullet wounds, there are emotional scars. During this season, Veasey tells us they will become evident.

“What we wanted to do was get past the physical rehab, but there will be some surprising psychological [aspects], small little hints of what he has gone through. We want that to happen,” Veasey adds. “That is where we start, so we can talk about the challenges with that.”

Will Mac move forward with Christine?

While Mac was in limbo, one of his most heartwarming encounters was with his late wife Claire. It was almost as if he needed to get her approval before he could move forward with his relationship with Christine (Megan Dodds).

“Claire was the love of his life and that was a big mental block for him in moving on,” Reiter says. “In a moment where he thought his life was ending, to get that permission enabled him to carry on a relationship in a meaningful way.”

“When Mac was in a relationship with Peyton (Claire Forlani), she pursued him,” Veasey says. “This is him making a continued pursuit, driving toward that relationship. He did need Claire to say, ‘Go, don’t give up on this. Don’t give up on the hard stuff.’”

What is going to be different about this season?

As is true with most procedural dramas, “CSI: NY” has focused more on cases than the personal lives of its team of investigators. True, we have gone home with Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Lindsay (Anna Belknap) and met their daughter, as well as Jo’s (Sela Ward) daughter and Don Flack’s (Eddie Cahill) sister. But this season we are going to see more of that and spend time with the CSIs when they take a day off.

“Not the whole show, but we are going to go home with one of our people,” Veasey says. “You will see the challenges they live with, some of their problems. They don’t always bring everything to work, even though they are a family. They have a job that calls for their undivided attention. So there will be stories that will really resonate with their history and relationships with siblings and parents. It will be about family growth and personal growth outside of work.”

A new romance: Danny and Lindsay have each other, Mac has Christine, so this season it is going to be Flack’s turn to get a little loving when Det. Lovato transfers to his precinct.

“We are adding a really terrific actress Natalie Martinez and there may be a hot, little fire going on between those two,” says Veasey. “It is very reminiscent of the last detective with who he had a relationship. She is clearly his type. He tries to resist it, but he can’t resist what is just inevitable.”

Will Jo follow through on the vow she made in the finale: In the season finale, Jo realized that she didn’t know Mac as well as she thought, so this season, she follows up on the promise she made to herself to be a better friend.

“I think we will be toying with that throughout the season,” Reiter says. “I think in that moment, she realized there was a lot about Mac that she didn’t know. I think in that moment she realized she loves him a lot more than she ever realized.”

“CSI: NY” premieres its ninth season on Friday, Sept. 28 at 8/7c on CBS.


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

Postby perlnoir on Wed Sep 19, 2012 6:08 am

Question: Anything on CSI: NY? —Caroline

Ausiello: Episode 8 revolves around a case that tees up a meaty flashback episode for Lindsay, taking us back to her teenage years in Montana and just maybe revealing why she wound up naming her firstborn “Lucy.”


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I could really use some CSI: NY spoilers. — Ethan

ADAM: And I would really like to give you some: We're going to meet Lindsay's father! Described as a rugged outdoorsman, we'll first meet him when Lindsay travels to her hometown to witness the execution of the man who murdered her three best friends when they were teenagers. Although Papa Monroe is a gruff man of few words, he's trying his best to be there for his daughter as she relives her painful memories.


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

Postby perlnoir on Fri Sep 21, 2012 8:25 am

Exclusive: CSI: NY Books West Wing, Sons of Anarchy Alums for November Sweeps
Sep 20, 2012 11:15 AM ET
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CSI: NY is getting in deep for November sweeps.

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The West Wing's Kathleen York and Sons of Anarchy's Niko Nicotera are set to guest-star on a sweeps episode that features a drowning in Central Park's famed Turtle Pond, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

When a young woman named Ashley is found drowned in a ball gown in the pond outside Belvedere Castle, Mac (Gary Sinise) and his team drain the pond to search for clues. York will play Krista, the classy, wealthy mother of Ashley's boyfriend, Matthew (Alex Ashbaugh). When he becomes a suspect, Krista accuses Ashley's ex-boyfriend Matthew, who will be played by Nicotera.

The episode, which is slated to air in early November, will be filmed on location in New York.

Exclusive: Meet CSI: NY's new Lucy Messer!

Besides playing the congresswoman ex-wife of Richard Schiff's Toby Ziegler on The West Wing, York has also appeared on such shows as NCIS and Body of Proof. She most recently recurred on The Client List as Jolene, the masseuse who didn't offer any "extras" to her clients.

Nicotera is best known for his role as Ratboy, a prospect for the motorcycle club at the center of FX's Sons of Anarchy.

CSI: NY premieres Friday, Sept. 28 at 8/7c on CBS.


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Postby perlnoir on Fri Sep 28, 2012 4:31 pm

Fall TV Preview: Is CSI: NY Heading Into Its Final Season? Show's Bosses Sound Off!

Perpetually on the bubble, CBS’ CSI: NY was blessed earlier this year with an unexpected ninth season, which launches tonight at 8/7c. Given the 11th hour reprieve, it would have been entirely understandable for executive producers Pam Veasey and Zach Reiter to approach this season as the long-running procedural’s last — but is it? Perhaps not, say the showrunners.

“I don’t think by any means we are creating this [season] as if it’s the end,” Reiter tells TVLine. Adds a confident Veasey, “We have a dedicated audience and we’ve been moved to Friday nights at 8 o’clock. We want to continue the franchise — which is now down to two.”

Read on for more scoop from the EPs, including what’s in store for guest star Rob Morrow, what a day off in the life of a crime scene investigator looks like and whether there’s a new baby Messer on the way.

TVLINE | How did you approach this season? ZACH REITER: I wouldn’t want to say that it’s business as usual; it’s Season 9 and we’re taking more risks and changing things up for our characters, so it’s not just doing the same old thing by any stretch… Everybody would be happy to have a Season 10 if that were to come. We may find ourselves in a similar position, where we’re creating a finale that can operate as both a season and series finale. But in terms of the 17 episodes before that finale, no, we’re not operating as though it’s the end.

PAM VEASEY: All of the personal lives of ours characters haven’t come into the lab in previous years and this year we decided to take time throughout the season to spend a day off with each one within an episode. What do they do when they’re away from us and not doing work? In the episodes there will also be a crime, but that person won’t be a part of it.

TVLINE | Do any of the “day off” installments stand out as being particularly strong? REITER: In terms of ones that have already been executed, we’ve created [a day-off story] for Flack that will appear in Episode 5 that is particularly satisfying.

VEASEY: You will meet his grandmother. And his sister Samantha (played by Kathleen Munroe) is back. It’s about family. It’s endearing and fun and charming, [and] you learn a little bit about his connection to his father.

TVLINE| Will fan faves Danny and Lindsay share their vacation day?

VEASEY: Right now, they have the same day off, but anything can happen. [Laughs] We have some ideas for them, but theirs doesn’t come up quickly in our season… They may get two days off: one with one [of them] off and one with the other. They will probably get serviced on the day off more than anyone else.

TVLINE | In explaining why NY got renewed over Miami earlier this year, CBS boss Nina Tassler alluded to your series being the more “fun” CSI. Does this season deliver on that lighter tone? VEASEY: Yes, it does. They didn’t give us a mandate that now that we’re on at 8 we need to be really funny and charming and change what we’re doing. But you do take the idea that you’re opening a Friday night and that people want to come home and enjoy the start of their weekend… It’s not something you’re going to see right off the bat. We start our season with a really great two-parter that involves guest star Rob Morrow as an arsonist — not easy to laugh about that. [Laughs] But then we go into some really fun, delightful stories that make you smile. There’s some levity to it.

TVLINE | What else can you say about Rob Morrow’s arc? REITER: He plays somebody who was an arsonist and finally got caught and spent the last 15 years in jail. Now, he is recently paroled and there are new fires that are popping up in New York City, so he is inevitably our first suspect in light of the timing and that some of the evidence mimics the old cases. He walks that tightrope because he’s a suspect, but he’s helping [the CSIs] solve this case — but is he playing them for a fool? So, it goes back and forth for a bit, and then takes a bigger turn in his second episode.

TVLINE | And how does Natalie Martinez join the fold? VEASEY: We have Natalie recurring in the first half of the season as a detective in our precinct. She’s done a lot of great work. She’s working with Flack. It’s sort of a “will he go there again?” storyline. He had a love relationship years ago with a detective and this character tempts that idea again. She’s smart and she’s homegrown — there [are no women] on our show who are New Yorkers, so we wanted to add somebody with that flavor.

TVLINE | Any long-arc nemeses this season? VEASEY: Nothing long-arc. We do occasionally bring in arcs with our guest stars, but it’s usually over just two or three episodes.

TVLINE | Is there a plan to have Jaime Ray Newman return as Mac’s late wife Claire? Or has that emotional device sort of played itself out? REITER: We never want to close any doors. If we figure out something that makes sense and is really great and emotional, we’ll have her back. But it does feel that, at this point, it’s been put to bed. He’s moving on and has found somebody in Christine who can inspire him in that way.

VEASEY: You’ll learn that Christine helped Mac recuperate after the shooting last year; that’s something we explore at the top of the season. She’s in this relationship for the long haul with him — as is he, but there aren’t any definitive plans. They’re happy where they are, just growing and loving each other’s company.

TVLINE | Any parting Danny/Lindsay teases for those Messer superfans out there? VEASEY: We left on a cliffhanger last season that they have to make some choices about where they live and how their lifestyle moves forward: How do they keep continuing to do this as parents? Do they move out of the city? Do they become the suburb people? They’re going to make family choices about Lucy and their family, and also about adding another. Will there be another Messer? [Laughs] It’s just a conversation, know that! I don’t want to have Anna Belknap come in and tell me she’s going to get pregnant.


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

Postby perlnoir on Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:18 am

Today's News: Our Take
CSI: NY's Season 9: This Year, It's Personal
Sep 28, 2012 12:39 PM ET
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After being on the bubble for the second year in a row, CSI: NY ended its last season celebrating the team as one big, happy family.

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Now that the show has once again been saved from cancellation, the producers want to continue to celebrate the show's characters by offering the audience peeks into their private lives throughout the season. "We'll take characters home," executive producer Pam Veasey tells TVGuide.com. "They'll be off work, and you'll see what their day off is like. What does it tell us about the characters, and who they've evolved to become? Is there something new you can learn about each of them?"

For Mac (Gary Sinise), viewers will get to see some of the struggle he endured while recovering from a gunshot wound. Fortunately, Mad had new love interest Christine (Megan Dodds) by his side the whole time. "She was part of his rehabilitation, so they've definitely grown closer," Veasey says. "He's very happy in this relationship, as is she. So you'll see this relationship develop throughout the year. We'll ultimately end with a great deal of happiness for Mac."

But he will still be affected by the memories of the shooting. "He's still going to do his job, but I think he assesses things differently," Veasey says of her leading man. "It's something he's constantly reminded of. So you see how that situation can haunt him."

Exclusive: Meet CSI: NY's new Lucy Messer!

Mac will have to put some of that aside as he and the team investigate a series of arsons in the two-parter that opens the season. When a fire chief is killed in a deadly blaze, the team's most likely suspect is Leonard Brooks (guest star Rob Morrow), a recently paroled arsonist who's difficult to pin down.

"He goes up against our team psychologically and physically, and it's quite fun," Veasey says. "He's our prime suspect because he's just finished serving his time, but he ends up being a source of information for us on who might have committed the arson. He really understands fire and feels like it provides him with a lot of control, which is the mentality of most arsonists. He is resisting the urge to do what he feels is natural to him... and [Mac's] hoping he's been rehabilitated."

Elsewhere, things might once again heat up in the love life of Eddie Cahill's Det. Flack. The show has cast Natalie Martinez as Det. Jamie Lovato, who Veasey says "reminds Flack a lot of Angell [Emmanuelle Vaugier]." "She's a really authentic New Yorker. She grew up there, grew up in a family of cops, and really knows how to push guys around. But she's still be an incredibly vivacious, smart, sexy woman."

First Look: CSI: NY goes to San Francisco

In terms of other personal stories, Jo (Sela Ward) will reconnect with an old flame (thirtysomething's Peter Horton) when a case takes the team to San Francisco. "Jo has a type, and they all seem to be FBI agents," Veasey jokes. And Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Lindsay (Anna Belknap) may be expanding their family.

"We did leave the idea that they're looking for a new place to live," Veasey says. "Is it in the city? Is it out in the suburbs? Do they move away? Do they both continue to work at the lab? What are the challenges? Are there more children or not? [They're] establishing their family and how they want to define it."

And if the show ends up on the bubble for a third year, Veasey's not worried about it. "We're pretty sure we'll fight again for our spot, but we approach every year [thinking], 'Let's just do the best show we can do — one that we're really proud of,'" she says. "We don't think [about the bubble] until we get to the end, and by that time we've done our show. We dedicate ourselves to doing the best quality show we can do, because we actually have no control in the end. We understand the business of television, but as creators, we just attack it and say, 'What's the best and most fun we can do?'"

CSI: NY premieres Friday at 8/7c on CBS.


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