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‘CSI: Cyber’ Canceled at CBS, Ending Storied Franchise’s Run

The flagship series was once the most-watched show in the world.

Will ‘CSI: Cyber’ Be the End of the ‘CSI’ Franchise?

Exec producer Anthony Zuiker talks with THR about the future of the franchise after the last incarnation was pulled from the network's schedule.

CBS Midseason: ‘Elementary’ Displaces ‘CSI: Cyber,’ ‘Rush Hour’ Takes Over on Thursdays

When additional episodes of 'CSI: Cyber' will air after its two-week test on Wednesdays remains unclear.

‘CSI: Cyber’ Boss on Ted Danson’s Addition, Pressure of Being Only Series in Franchise

"OK, we're it," Pam Veasey tells THR with a laugh about being the last 'CSI' series standing.

Patricia Arquette to Get Lifetime Honor at Monte Carlo TV Festival

The Oscar-winning actress will present her new series 'CSI: Cyber' at the festival.

Rogers Media, Shaw Media Scale Back Canadian TV Upfront Presentations

A changing broadcast landscape has splashy events and red carpets with U.S. network stars replaced with intimate meetings with ad agencies and clients.

CBS Renews ‘Good Wife,’ ‘Person of Interest,’ ‘Odd Couple,’ 12 More as ‘CSI’ Plots Endgame

Included in the renewals are freshman comedy 'The Odd Couple,' while spinoff 'CSI: Cyber' may be the only continuation of the flagship series.

How Much Time Do the Morning Shows Spend Promoting Company Projects?

To find out, THR clocked the time that 'Today,' 'GMA' and 'This Morning' devoted to programs and personalities of their respective networks and sister properties during a recent week.

‘CSI: Cyber’: TV Review

The latest installment of the CSI franchise, headlined by recent Oscar winner Patricia Arquette, delves into the world of cyber crimes.

iTunes in March: ‘The Imitation Game,’ ‘Wild,’ ‘The Last Man on Earth’ and More

Apple's store is also offering Adam Sandler's latest 'The Cobbler' and Ethan Hawke's 'Cymbeline' and free episodes of big March series premieres, including ABC's 'Secrets and Lies' and 'American…

Oscars 2015: ‘American Sniper’ “Hero” Lyric Doesn’t Make Cut for Opening Song

The lyrics, according to Playbill, originally included a line referencing "a hero of Afghanistan." The final version includes a nod to "a sniper in a combat zone."

Throwback Thursday: When Patricia Arquette Cheered on Husband Nicolas Cage at the Oscars

Now the actress, nominated for best supporting actress for 'Boyhood,' could take home a statuette of her own.