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CSI – One Stays One is Cancelled by CBS, No Finale
This is a big day in history for me, so pardon me if I sound a little insensitive and harsh, but CSI: Miami has been canceled after 10 years of being on CBS! I really wish I could say both Miami and CSI: NY were canceled, but at the last minute NY received a renewal, which I guess is okay. In my eyes, NY is definitely the lesser of two evils. Both have been on the bubble when it comes to renewal time for the past couple years; so I’m not surprised Miami had to go. It’s just not that great of CSI show, let alone a regular show. I mean, come on, it receives tons of ridicule online. That’s not a good sign.
TVLine, like everyone major news outlet, reported the story, but it was EW.com that pointed out Miami went out without a proper series finale. The last episode of the series aired on April 8th, and while they were given enough warning to make the episode feel sort of final (they had the main cast, minus Emily Procter, all meet at a bar), it was not necessarily supposed to be a series finale. And CBS isn’t about to cough up a bunch of money to allow the long running series to film a legitimate finale, though even I can admit that would be nice for fans of the series to have.
I mostly feel bad for David Caruso. He alone is at the butt of most jokes regarding the series, though I like to think they’re jokes made out of love. The whole putting on the sunglasses while doing a one liner thing is endearing. The series may not have been good television, but it was entertaining. I’m a little sad we won’t have any more classy moments with Horatio Caine. Caruso, I’m sure, feels the same way and has been very kind to his fans, going to the trouble of thanking them all on Twitter.