HuffingtonPost.com has this to say about the fate of CSI:NY & CSI:Miami "CSI: NY," CBS Status: Likely to be renewed Why: Of the two "CSI" spinoffs, "CSI: NY" is the stronger. Pulling in more than 10 million viewers on a Friday night is no easy task. "CSI: Miami," CBS Status: On the bubble Why: Out of the three (!) "CSI" programs on the air, "CSI: Miami" could be the one to say goodbye first. The one-time ratings giant has been affected by football overruns (just as "The Good Wife" has) and "CSI: NY" has the edge in terms of total viewers, meaning a "Miami" sunset could be on the horizon. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/08/canceled-tv-shows-2012_n_1332430.html?ref=tv The Chicago Tribune has this to say: "CSI" spinoffs, "CSI: Miami" and "CSI: NY," failed to get pickups as well. That the Miami and New York editions of "CSI" are on the bubble is not entirely surprising as both are showing their age this season. The older of the two, "CSI: Miami," is down 14% season to date in the demo vs. its performance in the same Sunday 10 p.m. timeslot last year. "CSI: NY" is down only 5% from last year, a solid performer for the Eye's Friday lineup. It looks to me like CSI:Miami has a greater chance of cancellation than NY.