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  1. Content Partners Acquires Half of 'CSI' Franchise

    7:00 pm 3/6/2013

    The investment fund and asset management company bought a 50 percent interest in the long-running trio of TV series from Goldman Sachs. Read more

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  2. 'Awkward' Star Books Suspicious Role on 'CSI' (Exclusive)

    6:23 pm 3/5/2013

    Nikki DeLoach will appear in the CBS procedural's 20th episode.Read more

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  3. CBS, Reliance Joint Venture Channel in India Broadens Reach With Hindi Feed

    6:10 am 2/20/2013

    The U.S. entertainment giant calls the Big CBS Prime feed "the next logical expansion of our India growth strategy."Read more

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  4. Detective Drama From 'Homeland's' Michael Cuesta, 'CSI's' Carol Mendelsohn Lands CBS Pilot Order

    4:50 pm 2/1/2013

    "Second Sight" is based on the British series and marks the network's eighth hourlong pilot this season.Read more

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  5. German Debut of 'Dallas' Reboot Draws 3.9 Million Viewers

    1:00 am 1/30/2013

    The second season of the family drama premiered to a disappointing 2.98 million viewers in the U.S.Read more

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  6. CBS Sets 'CSI' and 'CSI: NY' Two-Part Crossover

    10:44 am 11/20/2012

    Gary Sinise will head to the flagship series, while Ted Danson will head to the spinoff.Read more

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  7. 'CSI' Enlists 'Greek's' Spencer Grammer, 'Nurse Jackie's' Lenny Jacobson (Exclusive)

    1:32 pm 11/16/2012

    Meanwhile, tennis stars Chris Evert and Lindsay Davenport will join commentator Justin Gimelstob in a January episode of the CBS drama.Read more

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  8. Showrunners 2012: 'CSI's' Carol Mendelsohn and 'CSI: NY's' Pam Veasey

    8:00 am 10/3/2012

    arol Mendelsohn on the funniest/most absurd network note she's received: "Lose the nipples and the butt cracks on the 'sexually suggestive' mannequins."Read more

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  9. 'MadTV's' Bryan Callen Heading to 'CSI' (Exclusive)

    4:01 pm 9/20/2012

    The actor who played Barney's colleague on the CBS comedy, will return to the network for a guest stint on the long-running procedural.Read more

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  10. Emmys 2012: Glenn Close Was Told TV Would Kill Her Career

    5:38 pm 9/11/2012

    "People said I was doing TV because my film career was at a zero," the two-time Emmy winner and six-time Oscar nominee tells THR.Read more

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