Discussion in 'CSI: Miami' started by FieldMouse, Oct 5, 2011.
i am kinda worried that i could be the end of csi miami lets hope not
Did TV Guide really misspell her name? I think they got her confused with Grey's Anatomy's Callie, who does spell her name "ie" lol.
I don't think Miami was in danger of cancellation last season like NY was, so they didn't have a reason to make the ending of the season a possible series ending.
A few days ago I was about 60% sure Miami would becoming back. Now, with all the comments I've been reading I'm not too sure. Has cbs said something over there? Or is it just the finale spoilers that have goot us doubting?
been reading all the spoilers about Ryan:wtf:
well as a fan of him i'm not minding him being into trouble if that can get some more screen time.
but seriously in that kind of trouble for the third time???
i mean couldn't this be bit different for a change?
but ok this is only a pile of spoilers and i believe things can change in the end.
oh wait, is this really could be the end???:wtf:
oh i don't want that. in my country the airtimes are normal and season 10 even received a new timeslot (an hour earlier, 9pm).
but i do really hope it's not end. i'm grown to the show in the years and it's been my all time favorite tv show (Mentalist has been only for a year).
10.17 Casting News from Latest From CSI: Miami
At least Ryan is getting a story. :/
How come those TV news outlets only answer questions about E/C?
They do the same thing with D/L on NY lol. I guess cause its relationship related which to them means more drama. I dunno.
They answered my question about Horatios' love interest,saying it will be next season. Let's hope they stick to that!
Overall about Eric & calleigh spoiler.I'm kinda happy about it,even though I'm really not that big a fan of them.but then again it can change,so let's see what happens ^.^ xox
From Eva's twitter:
A little snippet on Sunday night's episode from TV Guide
Looks like the 1950s flashback could belong to CSI NY not CSI Miami... Makes sense!
3.16 "NOTHING TO LOSE" was, also, a 90-minute episode w/commercials. Although, many fans might not know that since the reduced-scene version is what was released on S3 DVDs by CBS.
Back when A&E Network first started showing CSI: MIAMI, they aired the longer version of NOTHING TO LOSE, however, I am not sure if they are still doing that today.
I did not know that as I have only watched the DVDs. Thanks for the explanation.
3.16 "NOTHING TO LOSE" was, also, a 90-minute episode w/commercials. Although, many fans might not know that since the reduced-scene version is what was released on S3 DVDs by CBS
i thought that on the dvd of season 3 ep 16 was a double ep
You are right LIzziewalker; the DVD has the full version of Nothing to Lose. A&E shows the edited version.
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