The DVD of seventh season of CSI
is now out in the market. Fans can now relive the forensic drama and experience the suspense as Grissom and the rest of the team hunt for the notorious Miniature Killer. Packed with bonus features and all 24 episodes from the preceding season, the DVD is available for $69.99.
Broadcast on CBS, CSI
is an Emmy Award-winning television series that trails the investigations of a team of Las Vegas forensic scientists as they deploy state-of-the-art technology to unveil the circumstances behind mysterious and unusual deaths and crimes committed. Season 7, which aired from September 2006 to May 2007, stars William Petersen
as Gil Grissom, Marg Helgenberger
as Catherine Willows, Gary Dourdan
as Warrick Brown, George Eads
as Nick Stokes, Jorja Fox
as Sara Sidle, Eric Szmanda
as Greg Sanders, Robert David Hall
as Al Robbins, Louise Lombard as Sofia Curtis, and Paul Guilfoyle
as Jim Brass.
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Aside from the season-length arc involving the elusive Miniature Killer, season 7 has also featured a couple of new elements, including the introduction of Michael Keppler (Liev Schreiber) for four episodes in the middle of the season as a temporary replacement while William Petersen, who took a hiatus from the show to focus on theater. Unlike other seasons, it has also given the supporting cast a chance to shine with the episode “Lab Rats.”
Inside the set, fans can find special features that take the viewers behind-the-scenes for a glimpse of the production of some episodes during the season, as well as the real process of solving crime in Las Vegas. “Smoke and Mirrors: Directing Feature Television” focuses on veteran directors Ken Fink and Richard Lewis and how they put their unique stamp on CSI
, while “Miniature Murders” follows the on-going story line that features mini replicas of actual crime scenes.
Other extras include audio commentaries of cast members, writers, producers and guest celebrities.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
(Image courtesy of CBS)