'CSI' Confirmed to End in September With Two-Hour Finale

CBS will retire 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' on September 27 and has enlisted the help of William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger.

AceShowbiz - "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" is indeed coming to an end. CBS announces a two-hour finale to bid the long-running procedural series goodbye after it ran for 15 seasons. It will air September 27 with the original stars William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger returning.

CBS' executive Kelly Kahl promises an "epic" finale because "this was one of the shows that reversed our fortunes and put us in the right direction." She said, "I'm very happy we can send it off in the right way."

"CSI" which is set in Las Vegas but filmed in Los Angeles first premiered in 2000 and wrapped the last season in February. It has since spawned spinoffs like "CSI: Miami", "CSI: NY", and "CSI: Cyber". When the mothership series concludes, the current star Ted Danson will relocate to the latest spinoff, "Cyber", which stars Patricia Arquette.

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