It is, however, not yet confirmed which of the forensic crime investigation franchise he would be on board.
There are talks that Rob Zombie is making a shift to small screen, directing a popular TV series based around forensic crime investigation. The clue points to "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" or any of its franchise like "CSI: NY" and "CSI: Miami" but nothing will be announced before the deal is official.
According to The Pulse of Radio, Zombie is a fan of "CSI" franchise. He also said previously that he was open to any directing project after completing "H2: Halloween 2". Moreover, the director of "House of 1000 Corpses" who is also a musician, wanted to break out of the horror genre.
After completing "Halloween 2", Rob Zombie has not committed himself to any projects. There was a rumor that he was considering to helm horror classic remake of "The Blob", but actually he has not. "I don't know for sure that I'm doing that," he said. "There's truth to it, but as far as when and where it would happen, I don't know."
Should Zombie strike a deal with "CSI", he would not be the first guest director of the CBS show. Quentin Tarantino had once taken charge of two episodes in 2005.