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CBS will retire 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' on September 27 and has enlisted the help of William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger.
Helgenberger's Catherine Willows will help the team solve a case that has haunted the team for 14 years in the landmark episode set to air October 23.
Helgenberger's Catherine Willows gets tearful as she bids farewell to Brass, Sara, Nick and her other team mates on the crime drama series.
Most cast members including Ted Danson, George Eads and Jorja Fox are on the set when Helgenberger wraps her final scene for the CBS crime series.
The Sera of 'Leaving Las Vegas' will join the CBS crime show as a series regular starting February 2012 to succeed Helgenberger who will leave the show earlier next year.
The original cast member of the crime drama series will quit in the 12th episode of the upcoming season, but EP Carol Mendelsohn hopes that it 'won't be the last time we see her.'
After initially saying season 11 would be her last, Helgenberger now plans to leave 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' after the upcoming twelfth season.
Bieber calls Marg Helgenberger's comment about him kind of 'lame' because he never actually worked with her on the crime procedural drama.
During a French radio interview, Marg Helgenberger spills on the mischievous things the teen heartthrob did when he came as a guest star on her crime drama series.
The trailer for the movie will allegedly include a scene where Steve Rogers is beaten by someone on the streets and a first look at Howard Stark.
The 24-year-old film beauty bares her back and gets cozy with the male model, who is pretty much naked in one shot.
Just when Barbie and Ken start enjoying their holiday in Hawaii, they learn that they are still in Bonnie's bedroom.
Fans of the long-running CBS show can take a breath of relief as the actress plans to come back to the show in some capacity in Fall season.