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I just read on on TVGuide web site that the New York show will get a 9th season, but we won't be getting any more of the Caruso one liners as CSI Miami has been canned. So we will find out how that season ending show on NY with Mac Taylor getting shot changes/or no how he interacts with his fellow CSI's.
 

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I'm shocked and so glad at the same time. I quit watching Miami years ago because it just became so ridiculous. I'm still a big fan of the NY and original version(even with all the character changes) though. I really expected this to go the other way. Glad I was wrong.
 

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I am with you for not watching CSI Miami for the last 2 years. I have to say that those one line sun glass moments of Cane were too much after a while.
 

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I am with you for not watching CSI Miami for the last 2 years. I have to say that those one line sun glass moments of Cane were too much after a while.
I quit watching CSI:Miami a couple of episodes into Season 1 when they had mountains in the background and found a body on the side of a large hill. Not quite Miami folks...
 

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Amazing how a lot of us feel the same way. Thanks CBS!
 

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I'm shocked and so glad at the same time. I quit watching Miami years ago because it just became so ridiculous. I'm still a big fan of the NY and original version(even with all the character changes) though. I really expected this to go the other way. Glad I was wrong.
could not have said this any better!
 

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Personally I won't miss it. I'm sick of Hollywood cloning and franchising.
Does that mean you won't watch the NCIS LA shows too?

Maybe it is time for one of the networks to be brave and try a 1/2 hour or 1 hour long Western series again?
 

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Does that mean you won't watch the NCIS LA shows too?

Maybe it is time for one of the networks to be brave and try a 1/2 hour or 1 hour long Western series again?
While my wife enjoys NCIS LA I never have. What would be nice is for the networks to be brave and return to variety instead of cloning and franchising.
 

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Does that mean you won't watch the NCIS LA shows too?

Maybe it is time for one of the networks to be brave and try a 1/2 hour or 1 hour long Western series again?
Would be nice if one of the networks were brave enough and try to come up with something new rather than cloning successful franchises and ripping off old classics.
 

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MysteryMan said:
While my wife enjoys NCIS LA I never have. What would be nice is for the networks to be brave and return to variety instead of cloning and franchising.
NCIS: LA has a different feel than NCIS, and often deals with different types of cases...

The CSI shows have even more of a different feel... NY is far more straight forward than the original, and goodness knows that Miami devolved into pure soap opera camp...

CSI: Boise however is a complete rip-off of "Lost" though... ;)

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Would be nice if one of the networks were brave enough and try to come up with something new rather than cloning successful franchises and ripping off old classics.
I really like "Hawaii Five-O"...

I'm just hoping "The Rockford Files" never sees the light of day... at least as long as Vince Vaughn is attached anyway... :rolleyes:

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I quit watching CSI:Miami a couple of episodes into Season 1 when they had mountains in the background and found a body on the side of a large hill. Not quite Miami folks...
Maybe they should have combined the two shows, called it CSI: East Coast and filmed it in western Canada... ;)
 

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I'm shocked and so glad at the same time. I quit watching Miami years ago because it just became so ridiculous. I'm still a big fan of the NY and original version(even with all the character changes) though. I really expected this to go the other way. Glad I was wrong.
We watch the original religiously. We so wanted to like CSI:NY, but couldn't continue watching after they found the one rat in NY that just happened to ingest a bullet that killed a victim. Gimme a break.
 

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Jimmy 440 said:
Or in the LA.In CSI Miami on a few occasions in the backround you saw the Queen Mary & the bubble !
Just about the entire show is filmed in the LA area with the exception of a couple of exterior scenes. Always gave me a laugh how the CSI Miami HQ is some 3000 miles away in Hawthorne California and last I remember was a credit union.

You might be able to get away making someone think the Queen Mary is a a cruise ship if shot from a great distance but that dome is a dead giveaway in my book.
 
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