- “CSI: Vegas” is getting a second season after it was only speculation shortly after the end of season 1.
- William Petersen resumes his position as executive producer.
- However, fans will have to say goodbye to Gil Grissom after season 1.
Less than a week after the last episode of the first season of the reboot aired, broadcaster CBS gave the green light for the continuation of “CSI: Vegas”. So fans of the crime series are looking forward to season 2 of the sequel to the legendary crime series “CSI – On the trail of the perpetrators”.
As the The Hollywood Reporter online magazine reported that actor William Petersen only agreed to play his role as Gil Grisson for 10 episodes. Petersen remains with the series as executive producer of Gil Grisson fans have to say goodbye.
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The incredibly talented creative team and cast of “CSI: Vegas” did an excellent job this first season, brilliantly updating and displaying the CSI universe with fresh stories and a new crime lab. In doing so, they have proven that, even after 20 years, the CSI fan base is still hungry for more and ready to welcome a new chapter in this illustrious series.
Amy Reisenbach, Executive Vice President, Current Program at CBS, interviewed The Hollywood Reporter
So in season 2 you will experience a colorful mix of old and new actors. Paula Newsome, Matt Lauria, Mandeep Dhillon and Mel Rodriguez will all return. A return of Jorja Fox, the star of the original series, has not yet been ruled out.
“CSI: Vegas” is currently only seen on US television. A German-language broadcast is currently not known. We’ll show you how you can still see all of the current episodes.
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