Articles for CSI: NY Season 7

Today the NAACP announced this year‘s nominees for the Image Awards, and they feature many of the nominees you might expect. The sad truth is that there is still a lack of diversity on television, and these nominations only serve to highlight that by nominating nearly every African-American actor on TV, regardless of actual quality.  Read more »
The three big networks -- FOX, ABC, and CBS -- were neck and neck last night for ratings, with CBS finally coming out on top in pure number of viewers with shows like CSI: NY and Blue Bloods.Fringe, FOX‘s X-Files-esque cult favorite, was down 10% last night for its season finale, with 3.30 million. But never fear, because Fringe will be back for a fourth season. Fringe has slowly lost viewers over the course of its three seasons, despite progressing tremendously in terms of story. The season 1 finale was watched by 9.28 million, while 5.68 million tuned in for the season 2 finale. Will interest in Fringe continue to dwindle over season 4, or can the show regain some of its following? Read more »
On Tuesday evening, the FOX network went for all-out decimation with regard to its "bubble" shows. Every program not certain of renewal is gone. Before the cancellation bloodbath was over, Human Target, Lie to Me, Breaking In, The Chicago Code and Traffic Light all fell off the FOX schedule.So what does this mean for the fates of bubble shows on the other networks? Read more »
After 10 years on the air, Clark Kent flew off into the sunset last night. The two-hour season finale of Smallville was up, up and away, beating last week‘s ratings and tying for a season high. Elsewhere, season finales everywhere ended with slight ups.CW‘s Smallville ended its run last night with a 63% increase, and a season high of 3.34 million. The ratings increase is to be expected for a series finale, but it‘s still nice to see Supes get a well-watched sendoff. What did everyone think of the series finale? Did Clark & Co. say goodbye in style? Read more »
Finally, proof that CBS isn‘t dominated by procedural franchises. Today CBS axed its Criminal Minds spin-off, Suspect Behavior, after just one season. The show joins The Defenders, $#*! My Dad Says and Chaos on the list of freshman CBS shows canceled by the network.More importantly, it marks the first cancellation of  CBS procedural franchise. With CSI, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles, the network has built a seemingly invincible line-up of never-ending procedurals, but the failure of the Criminal Minds spin-off is proof that the same formula can‘t work for every show.  Read more »
Last year CBS shook up its schedule by moving two of its strongest performers, The Big Bang Theory and Survivor, and now the network is doing it again.CBS has revealed its fall 2011 schedule, and the biggest changes come with moves for two of the networks biggest dramas, CSI and The Good Wife. After years of anchoring Thursday nights, the original CSI is moving to Wednesdays at 10pm, where it will no doubt try to kill Law and Order: SVU once and for all.  Read more »
Here‘s your BuddyTV High Five: The five big moments and questions from tonight‘s episode of: CSI: NY, "Nothing for Something."High Five Highlights:1. Just Push Play: The episode begins with the details of the victim‘s last night in reverse. Quite different from the usual puzzle pieces into the past the audience ordinarily gets.2.Mac‘s got a new Momma: One of the more lighthearted moments in the episode; Mac actually listens to Jo‘s motherly advice to take care of himself and head home.3.Raymond Harris, an ex-con put away by Mac actually has the gall to steal his wallet in broad daylight at a diner.4. Peter Fonda guest stars as Mac‘s former partner, Bill Hunt. "Wild" Bill Hunt goes after Raymond Harris with a boot to the face in the ultimate "bad cop" moment.5. Ready for the NFL Draft? CSI: NY is with a cameo by New York Jet‘s coach Rex Ryan. Read more »