Articles for CSI: NY Season 3

A Bellevue, Wash.-based T-shirt line—motto: “Our clothes tell secretsâ€?—has inspired an episode of CSI: NY. In the episode the shirts not only tell secrets but solve crimes. The episode, “Hung Out to Dryâ€?, concerns a serial killer using coded T-shirts to mark his victims and communicate to investigators about his brother, whom he believed was wrongly jailed and killed while awaiting trial. CSI creator Anthony E. Zuiker told “You show me a shirt that has a secret code in it, and that’s a ‘CSI’ episode made in heaven, I thought, well, hey, let me bring in a small company and borrow their intellectual property to make our show cool.â€?Edoc laundry worked closely with CSI writers to custom-design four T-shirts, which are now available on the company’s Web site. Read more »
The CSI formula seems very simple: film noir with copious violence mixed with high brow techie detective work. Part Quincey, Part X-files, CSI has become an international phenomenon spawning a host of extracurricular projects including two highly successful spin-offs - CSI: Miami, and CSI: NY. Looking back over the success of CSI, it‘s hard to imagine that it wasn‘t a hit from the beginning; none-the-less, the show that came to be the yard stick for police procedurals struggled in the beginning to secure a place on the top ten in its freshman 2000 season. Just two seasons later, CSI landed in the top three most watched for the season with a staggering 26.2 million viewers; a number not so uncommon in short run high-profile reality shows like American Idol, but completely unparalleled for a drama. Read more »
 A natural born artist, Carmine Giovinazzo takes on Hollywood with much promise and potential. Witty and distinctly cute, he marks his “sharp and smart” image on the TV loop with his inclusion on the popular series CSI: NY. Ultimately, his ability to effectively internalize character roles makes him a good asset to the crime series. Read more »
Simple yet beautiful, Anna Belknap blossoms in the limelight with her inclusion on the hit series CSI: NY. Her numerous credits on TV, film and in theater certainly makes her commendable in the showbiz world. Endowed with charisma and an angelic façade, she draws in spectators and transforms them into hardcore fans. Read more »
Ever heard of the “healing powers” of the show Dancing with the Stars? Many speculate that the popular celebrity dance show is some kind of makeover vehicle for “has been” celebrities, evident in the positive image transformation of its participants like Jerry Springer and Heather Mills among others. Once again, another participant of Dancing with the Stars got a career jumpstart: former Blossom actor Joey Lawrence is set to guest star on an upcoming episode of CSI: NY.Lawrence, who ranked third place on Dancing with the Stars season three, will appear on an episode of CSI: NY on Wednesday, April 25 at 10 pm on CBS. In an interview with TV Guide, Lawrence dishes out on his valiant gig. Read more »
Finally.After a month of holidays, egg nog, and more Snoopy and Ralphie Parker than one knows what to do with, we‘re finally back to normal. January is upon us, 2007 has begun its tyrannical, 300-plus day reign, and our favorite TV shows will no longer bludgeon us with repeats. Tomorrow, January 3rd, brings the return of a couple of our favorites, as well as two brand new shows.After that, the flood begins, and over the next month virtually every original program will air new episodes. A full list of the returning dates for most every show on television is after the jump. Read more »