|Created by||Anthony E. Zuiker
A. J. Buckley
|Theme music composer||Pete Townshend|
|Opening theme||"Baba O'Riley" by The Who|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||9|
|No. of episodes||197 (List of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Ann Donahue
Anthony E. Zuiker
Peter M. Lenkov
Sarah A. Barkley
|Running time||42–45 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Jerry Bruckheimer Television
Alliance Atlantis (2004–07)
CBS Productions (2004–06)
CBS Paramount Television (2006–09)
CBS Television Studios (2009–13)
|Distributor||King World Productions (2006–07)
CBS Television Distribution (2007–13)
|Picture format||480i (SDTV),
|Original run||September 22, 2004– February 22, 2013|
|Related shows||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CSI: NY (Crime Scene Investigation: New York) is an American police procedural television series that ran on CBS from September 22, 2004 to February 22, 2013 for a total of nine seasons and 197 original episodes. The show follows the investigations of a team of NYPD forensic scientists and police officers identified as "Crime Scene Investigators" (instead of the actual title of "Crime Scene Unit Forensic Technicians" (CSU)) as they unveil the circumstances behind mysterious and unusual deaths as well as other crimes. The series is the second indirect spin-off from the veteran series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and directly from CSI: Miami during an episode in which several of the CSI: NY characters made their first appearance.
Originally in 2004, CSI: NY was produced in partnership with the Canadian media company Alliance Atlantis. The company dissolved after season three in 2007, and all production after that was done under the purview of CBS Paramount Television.
- 1 Plot
- 2 Cast and characters
- 3 Episodes
- 4 Reception
- 5 Broadcast history
- 6 Other releases
- 7 References
- 8 External links
A spin-off from CSI: Miami, the third installment of the CSI franchise follows a New York City forensics team/police officers headed by tough former Marine Major, Detective Mac Taylor, and his newest partner, Detective Jo Danville, an experienced investigator from Washington, D.C., whose work is driven by her empathy for the victim. Against a backdrop of simmering ethnic and cultural tensions, Taylor's team probes cases similar to their Las Vegas and Miami counterparts and consists of Detective Danny Messer, Detective Lindsay Messer, and Dr. Sheldon Hawkes. The CSIs also work with Medical Examiner Sid Hammerback, lab technician Adam Ross, and hardcore homicide Detective Don Flack. Former team members include the late Detective Aiden Burn; Mac's former second-in-command, Detective Stella Bonasera; and the late homicide Detective Jessica Angell, who was Flack's girlfriend.
Cast and characters
|Gary Sinise||Det. Mac Taylor||Head of NYPD Crime Lab/CSI Level 3 Supervisor||Main|
|Melina Kanakaredes||Det. Stella Bonasera||CSI Level 3 Asst. Supervisor||Main|
|Sela Ward||Det. Jo Danville||CSI Level 3 Asst. Supervisor||Main|
|Carmine Giovinazzo||Det. Danny Messer||CSI Level 3||Main|
|Vanessa Ferlito||Det. Aiden Burn||CSI Level 2||Main|
|Anna Belknap||Det. Lindsay Messer||CSI Level 3||Main|
|Robert Joy||Dr. Sid Hammerback||Chief Medical Examiner||Recurring||Main|
|A. J. Buckley||Adam Ross||Lab Technician||Recurring||Main|
|Hill Harper||Dr. Sheldon Hawkes||CSI Level 2||Main|
|Eddie Cahill||Det. Don Flack||Homicide Detective||Main|
- Detective First Grade Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) is the head of the NYC Crime Lab and the leader of the CSI team. He was born in Chicago and considered working for the Chicago Police Department before he moved to New York City. The death of his wife, Claire Conrad Taylor, in the 9/11 attacks troubles him to this day, causing chronic insomnia. It was also noted in the first season that he kept a beach ball in his closet that once belonged to his wife; he stated he was unable to throw it away because it contained her breath. He served as a major in the United States Marine Corps with experience in the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing and Operation Desert Storm, once saying that he had wanted to serve the country more than anything else in the world. He later enjoys a relationship with Medical Examiner Peyton Driscoll, though she makes the painful decision to return to England, the country of her birth, after a year. Since then, Mac has dated casually, but remains "married" to his work. At the end of the season seven, he takes a leave of absence from the NYPD Crime Lab to work for a private DNA lab attempting to identify the remains of those who died on 9/11, but he soon returns to the team (season 8, episode 2).
- Detective First Grade Stella Bonasera (Melina Kanakaredes) is devoted to her job due to her strong personality, determination, and intelligence. She is a half-Greek, half-Italian orphan, who grew up moving from foster home to foster home due to the death of her mother in a traffic accident when Stella was just two years old (episode 5.24 "Grounds for Deception"). Because of this, the CSI team becomes her real family, and she watches over them like an elder sister as much as a supervisor. Stella (due to actress Melina Kanakaredes not renewing her contract for season seven) resigns from the NYPD Crime Lab and moves to New Orleans to run the NOPD Crime Lab.
- Detective First Grade Jo Danville (Sela Ward) comes from Virginia, where she worked for the FBI. Her field of expertise is DNA evidence, and her philosophical point of view is that everyone is innocent until the science proves otherwise. She also has background in criminal psychology. She has a college-age son, Tyler, from her previous marriage to a fellow FBI agent, and an adopted daughter, Ellie.
- Detective Third Grade Danny Messer (Carmine Giovinazzo) grew up in a family under surveillance. Danny formulated his own set of hybrid ethics, blending the world of lawbreakers with the world of lawmakers. Danny had a short-lived career in the music business, and was at one time an excellent baseball player. His elder brother Louie, seeking to protect Danny, is beaten into a coma by young mobsters he once ran with. Over the years, Danny proves his merit and earns the respect of his colleagues. He grows close to and marries CSI Lindsay Monroe, with whom he has a daughter, Lucy Messer. Danny is promoted to the rank of sergeant at the end of season seven to get the extra pay. He works patrol training rookie officers, but later (season 8, episode 4) voluntarily gives up his promotion and returns to the crime lab. The last time his detective status was referred to, Mac told him that he would not be on the second grade promotion grid, making him a third grade.
- Detective Third Grade Aiden Burn (Vanessa Ferlito) is a Brooklyn native who has the ability to adapt to new situations very quickly. Because the actress wanted to leave the series, the character is written out by being dismissed from the team (episode 2.02 "Grand Murder At Central Station") after becoming obsessed with a rape case. She considers planting evidence to implicate a suspect, D.J. Pratt, who had allegedly raped the same victim previously. She is later murdered and burned by Pratt, though she leaves the CSIs with enough implicating evidence she knew would result in a conviction.
- Detective Third Grade Lindsay Monroe Messer (Anna Belknap) worked as a CSI in Montana and finally realized her dream of moving to a big city like New York. Her northwestern work ethic and willingness to roll up her sleeves and tackle any job is a welcome addition to the team where she is quickly put through rookie training by Mac on their first case. She develops a friendly, sparring relationship with CSI Danny Messer, though she asks to slow down so she can focus on testifying at the trial of a horrific murder, in which the teenaged Lindsay witnessed three friends die. Later she marries Danny (after which he stops using his private nickname for her, "Montana") and bears their daughter Lucy Messer. Lindsay is awarded the Police Combat Cross by the NYPD for killing Shane Casey, a psychopathic fugitive, in the Messers' own apartment while Lucy and Danny were in mortal danger, although she later throws the medal into a trash can.
- Medical Examiner Sid Hammerback M.D. (Robert Joy) is described as an "off-the-charts genius" who only recently traded in a career as a chef to become medical examiner. He has two college-aged daughters and at least two ex-wives. He has a habit of over-talking and over-sharing, which former ME Hawkes refers to as "going to that creepy place." Despite any eccentricities on his part, Sid is extremely perceptive and sincerely cares for the well-being of his coworkers.
- Laboratory Technician Adam Ross (A. J. Buckley) is a lab tech originally from Phoenix, Arizona. His specialty is trace evidence. He sometimes accompanies the CSIs to crime scenes to aid in reconstruction or evidence collection. Adam hints that his father was "a bully", and that he developed Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder traits in order to deal with his painful childhood. Outside the office, he dabbles in various subcultures, from Second Life gaming to dating a Suicide Girl, and is a textbook modern geek. CSI Stella Bonasera in particular develops a soft spot for the much younger Adam, and while the team is grieving and recovering from shared tragedy, she caves into his puppyish crush on her and takes him to bed.
- Crime Scene Investigator Sheldon Hawkes M.D. (Hill Harper) is a former medical examiner with the NYC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME). He was a child prodigy who graduated from college at age 18 and was a board-licensed surgeon by the age of 24 and had several years experience in the emergency room. He left surgery because the pain of losing two patients was too intense, despite doing all that medical science could do to save them. He has few relationships but they run deep: an ex-girlfriend he wanted to marry, and a new, recent love that is strong enough to weather some serious workplace fallout. Although he is a CSI, he is not a detective.
- NYPD Homicide Detective First Grade Don Flack (Eddie Cahill) comes from a long line of law enforcement officials. He bridges the gap between old-school NYPD and the new generation of CSI. He is a witty detective who has very little patience for the "bad guy," and his techniques are sometimes considered borderline, though effective. He is best friends with Danny Messer, and is always willing to lend an ear to Danny's problems. Despite being an NYPD strongman, Flack is emotionally mature and sympathetic to those in need. He develops a serious, long-term relationship with Detective Jessica Angell, who is later shot and killed.
CSI: NY has cast a number of celebrity guest stars, including:
- Dianna Agron
- Daniella Alonso
- Mädchen Amick
- Criss Angel
- Ed Asner
- Alex Max Band
- Matt Barr
- Ryan Bittle
- Jamie Chung
- Kim Coates
- Sasha Cohen
- Misha Collins
- James Badge Dale
- Chris Daughtry
- Jackson Davis
- Kat Dennings
- Michael Clarke Duncan
- Peter Fonda
- Robert Forster
- Cassidy Freeman
- Edward Furlong
- Nelly Furtado
- Kyle Gallner
- Aimee Garcia
- Josh Groban
- Brian Hallisay
- Taylor Handley
- Kam Heskin
- Kim Kardashian
- Kid Rock
- Mia Kirshner
- Casey LaBow
- Andrew Lawrence
- Joey Lawrence
- Rachelle Lefèvre
- Kellan Lutz
- Lee Majors
- Maroon 5
- Natalie Martinez
- Matias Masucci
- Marlee Matlin
- Neal McDonough
- John McEnroe
- Joey McIntyre
- Bonnie McKee
- Michaela McManus
- Ryan McPartlin
- Katharine McPhee
- Vanessa Minnillo
- Pat Monahan and Train
- Rob Morrow
- Kathleen Munroe
- Craig T. Nelson
- Judd Nelson
- Jaime Ray Newman
- Edward James Olmos
- Julia Ormond
- Danica Patrick
- Robert Picardo
- Crystal Reed
- Aaron Refvem
- Carlo Rota
- Deanna Russo
- Rex Ryan
- Charles Shaughnessy
- Mark Sheppard
- Ashlee Simpson
- Octavia Spencer
- Suicide Girls
- D. B. Sweeney
- TJ Thyne
- Skeet Ulrich
- La La Vasquez
- Emmanuelle Vaugier
- Pete Wentz
- Paul Wesley
- Mykelti Williamson
- Rumer Willis
- Shailene Woodley
Over the nine seasons, a total of 197 original episodes of CSI: NY were aired.
|First aired||Last aired|
|Pilot||1||May 17, 2004|
|1||23||September 22, 2004||May 18, 2005|
|2||24||September 28, 2005||May 17, 2006|
|3||24||September 20, 2006||May 16, 2007|
|4||21||September 26, 2007||May 21, 2008|
|5||25||September 24, 2008||May 14, 2009|
|6||23||September 23, 2009||May 26, 2010|
|7||22||September 24, 2010||May 13, 2011|
|8||18||September 23, 2011||May 11, 2012|
|9||17||September 28, 2012||February 22, 2013|
|Total||197||September 22, 2004– February 22, 2013|
- For details, see CSI crossovers
- "Felony Flight"/"Manhattan Manhunt" – with CSI: Miami – Horatio Caine works with Mac Taylor to track down a serial killer who escapes custody in Miami and continues his killing spree in New York.
- "Bone Voyage"/"Hammer Down"/"The Lost Girls", known as the CSI: Trilogy – with CSI: Miami and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Ray Langston helps Horatio Caine and Mac Taylor take down a human trafficking ring before heading back to Las Vegas to find a missing girl.
- "In Vino Veritas"/"Seth and Apep" – with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Mac travels to Las Vegas to meet his girlfriend and when she turns up missing he heads back to New York with D.B. Russell to rescue her from kidnappers. These two episodes were broadcast in the UK as CSI: Vegas Meets New York.
Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of CSI: NY on CBS:
Note: Each U.S. network television season generally starts in late September and ends in late May, which coincides with the completion of May sweeps.
|Season premiere||Season finale||TV season|
|1||23||Wednesday 10pm/9c||September 22, 2004||May 18, 2005||2004–2005||#21||13.59|
|2||24||September 28, 2005||May 17, 2006||2005–2006||#22||14.04|
|3||24||September 20, 2006||May 16, 2007||2006–2007||#25||13.92|
|4||21||September 26, 2007||May 21, 2008||2007–2008||#28||11.71|
|5||25||September 24, 2008||May 14, 2009||2008–2009||#17||13.50|
|6||23||September 23, 2009||May 26, 2010||2009–2010||#23||12.66|
|7||22||Friday 9pm/8c||September 24, 2010||May 13, 2011||2010–2011||#37||10.73|
|8||18||September 23, 2011||May 11, 2012||2011–2012||#38||10.34|
|9||17||September 28, 2012||February 22, 2013||2012–2013||#26||11.27|
- First run – Broadcast on CBS from September 2004 to September 2010 on Wednesdays at 10pm/9c, and from September 2010 to February 2013 on Fridays at 9pm/8c (except for the first two episodes of season 9 which aired at 8pm/7c).
- Repeats – Spike TV acquired the rerun rights to CSI: NY in November 2004. Both A&E and Spike TV share the rerun rights to the crossover episodes (with CSI: Miami) "Felony Flight" and "Manhattan Manhunt". Spike TV began sharing the rights to air CSI: NY with TNT. Spike TV airs the show in the daytime (1–3 p.m.) and early evening (5–7 p.m.), leaving TNT to air the show in primetime.
Australia and New Zealand
- In Australia Nine Network airs new episodes of CSI: NY, and repeats are shown on satellite channel TV1.
- In New Zealand the show airs on TV3 Saturdays at 9:30 p.m, with the final first-run episode of the series broadcast on May 3, 2014.
- First run – RTL Television began broadcasting the show in March 2005. RTL is currently airing the ninth season on Thursdays at 10:30 p.m.
India and Pakistan
- In India and Pakistan first run and repeat episodes air on the AXN India, AXN Pakistan, and Fox Crime channels all weekdays.
- First run ￼￼– Broadcast on RTL 4 (originally on RTL 5, but moved when ratings soared).
- Repeats ￼￼– Are shown Sundays on RTL 8.
- First run – Seasons one through eight were aired on Saturday nights at 10pm on Channel 5. The channel moved the show to broadcast at 9pm on Tuesday nights starting July 30, 2013 for the ninth and final season. On October 22, 2013, Channel 5 aired a night of the show spanning from 9pm to 11:50pm. From 9pm to 10:55pm, the final two episodes aired, concluding both the ninth season and the series. These were followed at 10:55pm to 11:50pm by a special screening of the very first episode "Blink" to round off the show.
- Repeats – Shown on Channel 5, 5USA, and the Universal Channel, and also on Demand 5, for a week after the Channel 5 broadcast date. Channel 5 airs the newest season starting late July through till the autumn with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation then beginning its seasonal run in the late January or early February of the following year. Channel 5 broadcasts the season each week until it reaches the last episode, unlike in the U.S.
|France||TF1 Vision||No longer available|
|Germany||VOXnow||2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8|
|Hong Kong||Deltamac||No longer available|
|International||Netflix||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
|United Kingdom||Demand 5||No longer available|
|United States||iTunes Store||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
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