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  1. '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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. '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

  7. 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

  8. '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

  9. 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

  10. Uh Oh: America's Fall TV Pilots are Flopping in Foreign Markets

    5:00 am 9/7/2012

    Too niche and violent or just uninspiring, the new shows underwhelm buyers as local shows are "taking back power," says one expert, threatening Hollywood's $3 billion lifeline.Read more

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