CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
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Genre
Created by Anthony E. Zuiker
Starring
Opening theme"Who Are You"
by the Who
Composer
John M. Keane (2000–06)
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons15
No. of episodes337 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Running time40–64 minutes
Production companies
Original release
Network CBS
ReleaseOctober 6, 2000 (2000-10-06) 
September 27, 2015 (2015-09-27)
Related

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, also referred to as CSI and CSI: Las Vegas, is an American procedural forensics crime drama television series that ran on CBS from October 6, 2000, to September 27, 2015, spanning 15 seasons. It is the first series in the CSI franchise. The series originally starred William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, Gary Dourdan, George Eads, Jorja Fox and Paul Guilfoyle. Other cast members included Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall, Louise Lombard, Wallace Langham, Lauren Lee Smith, Ted Danson, Laurence Fishburne, and Elisabeth Shue. The series concluded with a feature-length finale, "Immortality".

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During its original broadcast, CSI became one of the biggest phenomena in television history, and was CBS' most successful series at the time with the highest ratings. It received positive reviews from television critics, and won six Primetime Emmys Awards, although it received criticism from public officials and law enforcement for its depiction of crimes, graphic content, and other mature content.

A follow-up series, CSI: Vegas , premiered in 2021.

Premise

Mixing deduction and character-driven drama, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation follows a team of crime-scene investigators employed by the Las Vegas Police Department as they use physical evidence to solve murders.

The team is originally led by Dr. Gil Grissom (Petersen), a socially awkward forensic entomologist and career criminalist who is promoted to CSI supervisor following the death of a trainee investigator. Grissom's second-in-command, Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger), is a single mother with a cop's instinct. Born and raised in Las Vegas, Catherine was a stripper before being recruited into law enforcement and trained as a blood-spatter specialist.

Following Grissom's departure during the ninth season of the series, Catherine is promoted to supervisor. After overseeing the training of new investigator Raymond Langston (Fishburne), Willows is replaced by D.B. Russell (Danson) and recruited to the FBI shortly thereafter. Russell is a family man, a keen forensic botanist, and a veteran of the Seattle Crime Lab.

In the series' twelfth season, Russell is reunited with his former partner Julie Finlay (Elisabeth Shue), who, like Catherine, is a blood-spatter expert with an extensive knowledge of criminal psychology. With the rest of the team, they work to tackle Las Vegas's growing crime rate and are on the job 24/7, scouring the scene, collecting the evidence, and finding the missing pieces that will solve the mystery.

Creation

Concept and development

During the 1990s, Anthony Zuiker caught producer Jerry Bruckheimer's attention after writing his first movie script. Zuiker was convinced that a series was in the concept; Bruckheimer agreed and began developing the series with Touchstone Television. The studio's head at the time liked the spec script and presented it to ABC, NBC, and Fox executives, who decided to pass.

The head of drama development at CBS saw potential in the script, and the network had a pay-or-play contract with actor William Petersen, who said he wanted to do the CSI pilot. The network's executives liked the pilot so much, they decided to include it in their 2000 schedule immediately, airing on Fridays after The Fugitive .

After CBS picked up the show, the Disney-owned Touchstone decided to pull out of the project, as they didn't want to spend so much money producing a show for another network (ABC is also owned by Disney). Instead of the intended effect of making CBS cancel the show (since it no longer had a producer), Bruckheimer was able to convince Alliance Atlantis to step in as a producer, saving the show and adding CBS as another producer. [1]

Initially, CSI was thought to benefit from The Fugitive (a remake of the 1960s series), which was expected to be a hit, but by the end of 2000, CSI had a much larger audience. [2] The show began on Friday at 9:00 following The Fugitive, premiering on October 6, 2000, with an impressive 5.4 in the 18-49 demo and 17 million viewers. The show hovered around that mark for the next 10 episodes. The final Friday episode, "I-15 Murders" aired on January 12, 2001. The show moved to Thursday at 9:00 following Survivor on February 1, 2001, episode "Fahrenheit 932" and remained in that time slot until Season 11.

Production

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was produced by Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS Productions, which became CBS Paramount Television in the fall of 2006 and CBS Television Studios three years later. Formerly a co-production with the now-defunct Alliance Atlantis Communications, that company's interest was later bought by the investment firm GS Capital Partners, an affiliate of Goldman Sachs. [3] CBS acquired AAC's international distribution rights to the program, though the non-US DVD distribution rights did not change (for example, Momentum Pictures continues to own UK DVD rights). The series is currently in syndication, and reruns are broadcast in the US on Oxygen, Syfy, and the USA Network on cable, with Court TV Mystery holding the broadcast syndication rights. The show has aired in reruns on the USA Network since January 14, 2011. [4] The CSI catalog has been exclusive to the whole NBC Universal portfolio since September 2014, after several years with Viacom Media Networks' Spike and TV Land. [4]

Filming locations

The gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer formerly used as a prop in the show HP 6890 Gas chromatogram-mass spectrometer used on CSI.jpg
The gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer formerly used as a prop in the show

CSI was originally shot at Rye Canyon, a corporate campus owned by Lockheed Martin situated in the Valencia area of Santa Clarita, California, [5] due to the Santa Clarita Valley's strong similarity to the outskirts of Las Vegas; after episode 11, filming shifted to the nearby Santa Clarita Studios. Occasionally, the cast still shot on location in Las Vegas (the season-four DVD set revealed that the episode "Suckers" was mostly shot during December 2003 in Las Vegas, where they filmed a Gothic club scene on location for rent, and in January 2004, some scenes were filmed at Caesars Palace), although Las Vegas was primarily used for second unit photography such as exterior shots of streets. [6] Other California locations include Verdugo Hills High School, UCLA's Royce Hall, Pasadena City Hall, and California State University, Los Angeles. After season five, CSI episodes were primarily filmed at Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City, California, but since Santa Clarita's surroundings had proven so versatile, CSI continued to shoot some outdoor scenes there. [7]

Music

CSI's theme song was "Who Are You", written by Pete Townshend with vocals by lead singer Roger Daltrey of The Who. Daltrey made a special appearance in the season-seven episode "Living Legend", which also contained many musical references such as the words "Who's next" on a dry-erase board in the episode's opening sequence. In certain countries, to avoid music licensing fees, a unique theme was used, instead.

Throughout the series, music played an important role; artists such as Ozzy Osbourne, The Wallflowers, John Mayer, and Akon (with Obie Trice) performed onscreen in the episodes "Skin in the Game", "The Accused Is Entitled", "Built to Kill, Part 1", and "Poppin' Tags", respectively. Mogwai was often heard during scenes showing forensic tests in progress, as were Radiohead and Cocteau Twins, but several other artists lent their music to CSI, including Rammstein and Linkin Park used heavily in Lady Heather's story arc. Sigur Rós can be heard playing in the background in the episode "Slaves of Las Vegas", The Turtles in "Grave Danger", and Marilyn Manson in "Suckers". A cover of the Tears for Fears song "Mad World", arranged by Michael Andrews and featuring vocals by Gary Jules, was used in the pilot episode and during three episodes of season six ("Room Service", "Killer", and "Way to Go"). Industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails was also featured multiple times throughout the three series. One episode started with The Velvet Underground's excited rendition of "Sweet Jane" and ended with the downbeat version of Cowboy Junkies' revision of the song. Character David Hodges' good luck has, on occasion, been accompanied by Electric Light Orchestra's "Mr. Blue Sky". This song was first used in the season seven episode "Lab Rats" and last used during season ten's "Field Mice".

Several songs by band New Order were used in separate seasons of the show. Their hit "Crystal" even appears as the third track on the official CSI: The Soundtrack, promoted in the Special Features DVD of Season 1. "Someone Like You", which appears on the same album as "Crystal", appears in a Season 8 episode.

Several songs from Home Video appeared in the show as well. "Blimp Mason", "We", and "Melon" all appeared once at one point in the season, in their own episodes and seasons.

Cast and characters

Episodes

During the course of the series, 335 episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation aired, including two specials.

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedSeason
ranking
Viewers
(in millions)
First airedLast aired
1 23October 6, 2000 (2000-10-06)May 17, 2001 (2001-05-17)1020.8 [8]
2 23September 27, 2001 (2001-09-27)May 16, 2002 (2002-05-16)223.7 [9]
3 23September 26, 2002 (2002-09-26)May 15, 2003 (2003-05-15)126.12 [10]
4 23September 25, 2003 (2003-09-25)May 20, 2004 (2004-05-20)225.27 [11]
5 25September 23, 2004 (2004-09-23)May 19, 2005 (2005-05-19)226.26 [12]
6 24September 22, 2005 (2005-09-22)May 18, 2006 (2006-05-18)324.86 [13]
7 24September 21, 2006 (2006-09-21)May 17, 2007 (2007-05-17)420.34 [14]
8 17September 27, 2007 (2007-09-27)May 15, 2008 (2008-05-15)916.62 [15]
9 24October 9, 2008 (2008-10-09)May 14, 2009 (2009-05-14)418.52 [16]
10 23September 24, 2009 (2009-09-24)May 20, 2010 (2010-05-20)1214.92 [17]
11 22September 23, 2010 (2010-09-23)May 12, 2011 (2011-05-12)1213.52 [18]
12 22September 21, 2011 (2011-09-21)May 9, 2012 (2012-05-09)2112.49 [19]
13 22September 26, 2012 (2012-09-26)May 15, 2013 (2013-05-15)2311.63 [20]
14 22September 25, 2013 (2013-09-25)May 7, 2014 (2014-05-07)1811.86 [21]
15 18September 28, 2014 (2014-09-28)February 15, 2015 (2015-02-15)3411.19 [22]
Series finale 2September 27, 2015 (2015-09-27)12.22 [23]

Spin-offs

Franchise

From CSI, CBS produced a franchise starting in 2002 with a spin-off entitled CSI: Miami . Set in Miami, Florida, and starring David Caruso and Emily Procter, Miami later launched CSI: NY in 2004. Starring Gary Sinise, Sela Ward, and Melina Kanakaredes, NY was set in New York City and was based upon the idea that "Everything Is Connected." In 2015, a fourth CSI series, CSI: Cyber , starring Patricia Arquette and Ted Danson, was created. It focuses on the FBI's Cyber Crime Division. The CSI series exists within the same fictional "universe" as fellow CBS police dramas Without a Trace and Cold Case . A number of comic books, video games, and novels based on the series have been made.

CSI: The Experience

In 2006, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History developed a traveling museum exhibit, CSI: The Experience. On May 25, 2007, Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry was the first museum to host the exhibit, and the exhibit's opening featured stars from the TV series. [24] Also a supporting website designed for the benefit of people who cannot visit the exhibit was developed, [25] designed by Rice University's Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning and Left Brain Media. [26] CSI: The Experience also has an interactive attraction at the MGM Grand Las Vegas in Las Vegas, and the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota. [27]

CSI: Vegas

On February 10, 2020, CBS announced that a limited series revival of CSI was in the works at CBS. [28] Filming was said to possibly begin in late 2020, with William Petersen and Jorja Fox reprising their roles. [29] In February 2021, it was announced that Matt Lauria, Paula Newsome and Mel Rodriguez had joined the cast and the event series was near a series order. [30] On March 31, 2021, it was announced that Mandeep Dhillon had joined the cast, and also Wallace Langham would be reprising his role, along with a series order. [31] [32] In May 2021, it was announced that Jamie McShane had joined the cast in a recurring role, and also Paul Guilfoyle would be reprising his role. [33]

Reception

Critical and commercial reception

During its 15 years in production, CSI secured an estimated world audience of over 73.8 million viewers (in 2009), [34] commanded, as of the fall of 2008, an average cost of $262,600 for a 30-second commercial, [35] and reached milestone episodes including the 100th ("Ch-Ch-Changes"), the 200th ("Mascara") and the 300th ("Frame by Frame"). CSI spawned three spin-off series, a book series, several video games, and an exhibit at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. At the time of its cancellation, CSI was the seventh-longest-running scripted US primetime TV series overall and had been recognized as the most popular dramatic series internationally by the Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo, which awarded the series the International Television Audience Award (Best Television Drama Series) seven times. [36] [34] [37] CSI became the second-most watched show on American television by 2002, [38] finally taking the top position for the 2002–2003 season. It was later named the most watched show in the world for the sixth time in 2016, making it the most watched show for more years than any other show. [39]

Critical reception to the show has been positive. Early reviews of the opening season were mixed. The Hollywood Reporter noted of the pilot "...the charismatic William Petersen and the exquisite Marg Helgenberger, lend credibility to the portrayals that might be indistinct in lesser hands. There's also a compelling, pulsating edge at the outset of CSI that commands instant attention, thanks in part to dynamic work from director Danny Cannon." [40] Entertainment Weekly gave the opening two seasons "B+" and "A−" ratings, respectively, noting: "The reason for CSI's success is that it combines a few time-tested TV elements in a fresh way. Each episode presents a murder case and a group of lovable heroes armed with cool, high-tech gadgets who do the sleuthing and wrap things up in an hour." [41] [42] The CSI TV series has won six Primetime Emmy awards (out of 39 nominations) and four People's Choice awards (out of six nominations) and was nominated for six Golden Globe Awards, among other awards.

According to TV media critic Liv Hausken, crime drama TV shows like CSI normalize surveillance. "The absence of any critical distance to technology on CSI involves a lack of reflection on the security of information (that is, the constant risk of losing sensitive data) and the potential use and misuse of information. This can be contrasted with a whole range of crime series that may rely heavily on surveillance technologies but nevertheless allow critical reflection as part of the plot as such (showing misinterpretation of data or misuse of surveillance techniques)...This trust in technologies on CSI is important for understanding the status of surveillance in this fictional universe. It is also an indicator of the show's presentation of power, a third component for consideration in this discussion about how CSI lends a certain normalization of surveillance to everyday life...The series ignores the fact that everyone is a cultural being, that each person sees something as something, that they understand things from particular perspectives in everyday life as well as in science." [43]

Nielsen ratings

Ratings for CSI by US broadcast season
Season no.TV season yearsEpisodesTimeslot (ET)First airedUS viewers (in millions)Last airedUS viewers (in millions)RankAverage ratings (millions)
1 2000–01 23Friday at 9pmOctober 6, 200017.3May 17, 200118.91020.0
2 2001–02 23Thursday at 9pmSeptember 27, 200122.3May 23, 200227.0223.7
3 2002–03 23September 26, 200230.7May 15, 200323.8126.1
4 2003–04 23September 25, 200326.9May 20, 200425.4225.2
5 2004–05 25September 23, 200430.5May 19, 200530.7226.2
6 2005–06 24September 22, 200529.0May 18, 200625.4324.8
7 2006–07 24September 21, 200622.5May 17, 200720.4420.3
8 2007–08 17September 27, 200825.2May 15, 200918.0916.6
9 2008–09 24October 9, 200823.4May 14, 200914.8414.9
10 2009–10 23September 21, 200916.0May 20, 201014.31214.9
11 2010–11 22September 23, 201014.6May 12, 201111.71213.5
12 2011–12 22Wednesday at 10pmSeptember 21, 201112.7May 9, 201210.72112.4
13 2012–13 22September 26, 201210.7May 15, 20139.52311.6
14 2013–14 22September 25, 20139.1May 7, 201410.01811.8
15 2014–15 18Sunday at 10:30pmSeptember 28, 20149.3February 15, 20157.13411.1

Public reaction

CSI was often criticized for its level and explicitness of graphic violence, images, and sexual content. The CSI series and its spin-off shows have been accused of pushing the boundary of what is considered acceptable viewing for primetime network television. The series had numerous episodes centered on sexual fetishism and other forms of sexual pleasure (notably the recurring character of Lady Heather, a professional dominatrix). CSI was ranked among the worst primetime shows by the Parents Television Council from its second through sixth seasons, [44] [45] [46] [47] being ranked the worst show for family prime-time viewing after the 2002–2003 [48] and 2005–2006 [49] seasons. The PTC also targeted certain CSI episodes for its weekly "Worst TV Show of the Week" feature. [50] [51] [52] [53] [54] [55] In addition, the episode "King Baby" that aired in February 2005, which the PTC named the most offensive TV show of the week, [55] also led the PTC to start a campaign to file complaints with the FCC with the episode; [56] to date, nearly 13,000 PTC members complained to the Federal Communications Commission about the episode. [57] The PTC also asked Clorox to pull their advertisements from CSI and CSI: Miami because of the graphically violent content on those programs. [58]

A grassroots campaign started in August 2007, upon rumors of Jorja Fox leaving the show, [59] organized by the online forum Your Tax Dollars At Work. Many of its 19,000 members donated to the cause, collecting over $8,000 for gifts and stunts targeted at CBS executives and CSI's producers and writers. The stunts included a wedding cake delivery to Carol Mendelsohn, 192 chocolate-covered insects with the message "CSI Without Sara Bugs Us" to Naren Shankar, and a plane flying several times over the Universal Studios of Los Angeles with a "Follow the evidence keep Jorja Fox on CSI" banner. [60] [61] Other protests included mailing the show's producers a dollar, to save Fox's contract "one dollar at a time". By October 16, 2007, according to the site's tally, more than 20,000 letters with money or flyers had been mailed to the Universal Studios and to CBS headquarters in New York from 49 different countries since the campaign started on September 29, 2007. [62] [63] [64] Fox and Mendelsohn chose to donate the money to Court Appointed Special Advocate, a national association that supports and promotes court-appointed advocates for abused or neglected children. [65]

On September 27, 2007, after CSI's season eight premiered, a miniature model of character Gil Grissom's office (which he was seen building during season seven) was put up on eBay. The auction ended October 7, with the prop being sold for $15,600; CBS donated the proceeds to the National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association. [66]

Law enforcement reaction

Real-life crime scene investigators and forensic scientists, warn that popular television shows like CSI (often specifically citing CSI) wildly distort the nature of crime scene investigators' work, exaggerating the ease, speed, effectiveness, drama, glamour, influence, scope, and comfort level of the profession, which they describe as tending to be mundane, tedious, limited, and boring, and very commonly failing to solve a crime. [67] [68] [69] [70]

Another criticism of the show is the depiction of police procedure, which some [71] consider to be decidedly lacking in realism. [72] For instance, the show's characters not only investigate ("process") crime scenes, but they also conduct raids, engage in suspect pursuit and arrest, interrogate suspects, and solve cases, all of which falls under the responsibility of uniformed officers and detectives, not CSI personnel. Although some detectives are also registered CSIs, this is exceedingly rare in real life. It is considered an inappropriate and improbable practice to allow CSI personnel to be involved in detective work, as it would compromise the impartiality of scientific evidence and would be impracticably time-consuming. Additionally, it is inappropriate for the CSIs who process a crime scene to be involved in the examination and testing of any evidence collected from that scene. CSI shares this characteristic with the similar British drama series Silent Witness .

However, not all law enforcement agencies have been as critical; many real CSI investigators have responded positively to the show's influence and enjoy their new reputation. In the UK, scenes of crime officers now commonly refer to themselves as CSIs. Some constabularies, such as those in Norfolk, have even gone so far as to change the name of their crime scene unit to "CSI". [73] CSI recruitment and training programs have also seen an increase in applicants as a result of the show, with a wider range of people now interested in something previously regarded as a scientific backwater. [74]

LGBT

The LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) community has criticized the show for what they consider to be negative representation of LGBT characters. [75] Despite this criticism, the fifth-season episode "Ch-Ch-Changes" was received positively by transgender people in particular. [76] Furthermore, the season 5 episode "Iced" featured one of a very few openly gay characters on the show who were not victims or criminals, as the victim's neighbor. [76]

CSI effect

The "CSI effect" is the alleged phenomenon of CSI raising crime victims' and jury members' real-world expectations of forensic science, especially crime scene investigation and DNA testing. [77] This is said to have changed the way that many trials are presented today, in that prosecutors are pressured to deliver more forensic evidence in court. [78] Victims and their families are coming to expect instant answers from showcased techniques such as DNA analysis and fingerprinting, when actual forensic processing often takes days or weeks, with no guarantee of revealing a "smoking gun" for the prosecution's case. District attorneys state that the conviction rate has decreased in cases with little physical evidence, largely due to the influence of CSI on jury members. [79] Some police and district attorneys have criticized the show for giving the public an inaccurate perception of how police solve crimes.

In 2006, the evidence cited in support of the supposed effect was mainly anecdotes from law enforcement personnel and prosecutors, and, allegedly, little empirical examination had been done on the effect. The one study published by then suggested that the phenomenon might be an urban myth. [80] However, 2010s research suggests that these modern TV shows do have an influence on public perceptions and expectations, and on juror behavior. [81] [82] One researcher has suggested screening jurors for the level of influence that such TV programs has had. [82]

Accolades

AwardYear [lower-alpha 1] CategoryNominee(s)ResultRef.
American Society of Cinematographers Awards 2002 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series Michael Barrett (for "Alter Boys")Nominated [83]
2003 Michael Barrett (for "Snuff")Nominated
Frank Byers (for "Fight Night")Nominated
2005 Nathan Hope (for "Down the Drain")Won
2006 Nathan Hope (for "Who Shot Sherlock?")Won
2007 Nathan Hope (for "Killer")Nominated
2008 James L. Carter, ASC (for "Ending Happy")Nominated
2009 Nelson Cragg (for "For Gedda")Won
2010 Christian Sebaldt, ASC (for "Family Affair")Nominated
Artios Awards 2001Dramatic Pilot Casting April Webster Won [84]
Art Directors Guild Awards 2004Television, Single Camera SeriesRichard BergNominated [85]
ASCAP Awards 2006Top Television SeriesJohn KeaneWon [86]
2009Won [87]
2013Won [88]
[89]
BMI Film & TV Awards 2001BMI TV Music Award Pete Townshend Won [90]
2002John M. Keane & Pete TownshendWon [91]
2003Won [92]
2004Won [93]
2005Won [94]
[95]
2006Pete TownshendWon [96]
[97]
2007Won [98]
2008Won [99]
[100]
2009Won [101]
[102]
2010Won [103]
[104]
2011Won [105]
[106]
2012Won [107]
[108]
2013Won [109]
2014Won [110]
[111]
2015Won [112]
California on Location Awards 2003Location Team of the Year - Episodic Television CBS Productions Won [113]
2008Location Manager Of The Year - Episodic TelevisionPaul WilsonWon [114]
Cinema Audio Society Awards 2001 Outstanding Achievement In Sound Mixing for Television Series Michael Fowler, Larry Benjamin, Ross Davis, Grover B. Helsley (for "Crate 'n Burial")Nominated [115]
2002Michael Fowler, Yuri Reese, William Smith (for "Caged")Nominated
2003Michael Fowler, Yuri Reese, William Smith (for "Fight Night")Nominated [115]
[116]
2004Michael Fowler, Yuri Reese, William Smith (for "Grissom Versus the Volcano")Nominated [117]
2006Michael Fowler, Yuri Reese, William Smith (for "Grave Danger: Part 2")Nominated [118]
2008 Michael Fowler, Yuri Reese, William Smith (for "Living Doll")Won [119]
Edgar Awards 2006Best Episode in a TV SeriesRichard Catalani & Carol Mendelsohn (for "A Bullet Runs Through It", Parts 1 & 2)Nominated [120]
Carol Mendelsohn, Naren Shankar, Quentin Tarantino & Anthony Zuiker (for "Grave Danger")Nominated
Environmental Media Awards 2011Television Episodic Drama(for "Fracked")Won [121]
Genesis Awards 2006Outstanding Dramatic Series(for "Unbearable")Won [122]
[123]
2007(for "Loco Motives")Nominated [124]
[125]
2008(for "Lying Down with Dogs")Won [126]
[127]
Golden Globe Awards 2001 Best Television Series – Drama CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationNominated [128]
2002 Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Marg Helgenberger Nominated
2003 Nominated
2004 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama William Petersen Nominated
Best Television Series – DramaCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationNominated
Golden Nymph Awards 2006International TV Audience Award, Best Drama TV SeriesCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [36]
2007Won
2008Won [36]
[129]
2010Won [36]
[130]
2011Won [36]
[131]
2012Won [36]
[132]
2016Won [36]
[133]
Golden Reel Awards 2001 Best Sound Editing in Television Episodic - Sound Effects & Foley Mace Matiosian, David Rawlinson, David F. Van Slyke (for "Pilot")Nominated [134]
[135]
2002Mace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian (for "$35K O.B.O.")Won [136]
2003Mace Matiosian & David F. Van Slyke (for "Fight Night")Nominated [137]
Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Dialogue & ADR Mace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian (for "Fight Night")Nominated
2004Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form - Sound Effects & FoleyMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke (for "Grissom Versus the Volcano")Won [138]
[139]
2005Mace Matiosian & David F. Van Slyke (for "Down the Drain")Nominated [140]
[141]
Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form - Dialogue & ADRMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, Todd Niesen, Yuri Reese, Jivan Tahmizian (for "Down the Drain")Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Music Christine H. Luethje (for "No Humans Involved")Nominated
2006Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form - Sound Effects & FoleyMace Matiosian, William Smith, Mark Allen, David F. Van Slyke, Shane Bruce, Zane D. Bruce, Jeff Gunn, Joseph T. Sabella (for "A Bullet Runs Through It, Part 1")Nominated [142]
[143]
Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form - Sound Effects & Foley Mace Matiosian, William Smith, David F. Van Slyke, Shane Bruce, Zane D. Bruce, Jeff Gunn, Joseph T. Sabella (for "Grave Danger, Volume 1")Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – MusicChristine H. Luethje (for "Snakes")Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form – Music Christine H. Luethje (for "Grave Danger")Nominated
2007Best Sound Editing in Television: Short Form – Dialogue and Automated Dialogue ReplacementRuth Adelman, Mace Matiosian, Jivan Tahmizian (for "Fannysmackin")Nominated [144]
2008Mace Matiosian, Jivan Tahmizian, Ruth Adelman (for "Cockroaches")Nominated [145]
Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects and Foley for Short Form TelevisionMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Chad J. Hughes, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella (for "Cockroaches")Nominated
2009Best Sound Editing – Short Form Dialogue and ADR in TelevisionMace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian (for "Bull")Nominated [146]
[147]
Best Sound Editing – Short Form Music in TelevisionTroy Hardy (for "Bull")Nominated
Best Sound Editing - Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in TelevisionMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Chad Hughes, David Van, James Bailey, Joseph T. Sabella (for "Bull")Nominated
2010Best Sound Editing – Short Form Dialogue and ADR in TelevisionMace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian (for "Mascara")Nominated [148]
[149]
[150]
Best Sound Editing – Short Form Music in TelevisionTroy Hardy (for "Mascara")Nominated
Best Sound Editing - Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in TelevisionMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, James Bailey, Joseph T. Sabella (for "Mascara")Nominated
2011Best Sound Editing – Short Form Music in TelevisionTroy Hardy (for "Unshockable")Nominated [151]
2013Troy Hardy (for "It Was a Very Good Year")Nominated [152]
2014Troy Hardy (for "Skin in the Game")Nominated [153]
2016Best Sound Editing - Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in TelevisionMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Joan Rowe, Joseph T. Sabella (for "Immortality")Nominated [154]
Gran Premio Internazionale del Doppiaggio2011Best TV Series (Miglior Serie TV)CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [155]
Hollywood Professional Association Awards 2006Outstanding Color Correction - TelevisionPaul Westerbeck & The Post Group Production Suites (for "Gum Drop")Nominated [156]
2007Outstanding Color Grading - TelevisionPaul Westerbeck & The Post Group Production Suites (for "Built to Kill, Part 1")Won [157]
Outstanding Audio Post – TelevisionMace Matiosian, Bill Smith, Yuri Reese, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, Chad Hughes & Todd-AO (for "Living Doll")Won
2008Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, David Vanslyke, Bill Smith, Yuri Reese, Jivan Tahmizian & Todd-AO (for "Cockroaches")Won [158]
2009David F. Van Slyke // Slick Sounds Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, Bill Smith, Yuri Reese, Mace Matiosian & Todd-AO (for "Mascara")Nominated [159]
2013Outstanding Color Grading - TelevisionPaul Westerbeck & Encore (for "Ghosts of the Past")Nominated [160]
Joey Awards2014Young Actor age 16–19 in a TV Series Drama or Comedy Guest Starring or Principal Role Brendan Meyer Won [161]
Logie Awards 2004 Most Popular Overseas DramaCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [162]
2005 Most Popular Overseas ProgramNominated [163]
[164]
NAACP Image Awards 2003 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Gary Dourdan Won [165]
2005 Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Nominated [166]
2006 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesWon [167]
2007 Nominated [168]
Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series Naren Shankar (for "Killer")Nominated
2008 Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series Paris Barclay (for "Meet Market")Nominated [169]
2010 Paris Barclay (for "Coup de Grace")Nominated [170]
Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Laurence Fishburne Nominated
2011Nominated [171]
National Television Awards 2004 Most Popular DramaCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationNominated [172]
[173]
2011 Best DramaNominated [174]
Online Film & Television Association Awards 2001Best Actress in a New Drama SeriesMarg HelgenbergerWon [175]
2002Best Lighting in a SeriesCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationNominated [176]
2009Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series Bill Irwin Nominated [177]
People's Choice Awards 2003 Favorite Television DramaCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [178]
2004 Won [179]
2005 Won [180]
Favorite Female TV PerformerMarg HelgenbergerWon
2006 Favorite Television DramaCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [181]
2007 Nominated [182]
2008 Nominated [183]
2009 Nominated [184]
2010 Nominated [185]
2012 Nominated [186]
2013 Nominated [187]
[188]
Primetime Emmy Awards 2001 Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series Cherie Baker & Brenda Meyers-Ballard (for "Friends and Lovers")Nominated [189]
[190]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Marg HelgenbergerNominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Alex Mackie & Alec Smight (for "Pilot")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series Mace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Jivan Tahmizian, Ruth Adelman, Stan Jones, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella (for "$35K O.B.O.")Nominated
2002 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Jonathan West (for "Identity Crisis")Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series Jerry Bruckheimer, Ann Donahue, Carol Mendelsohn, Anthony E. Zuiker, Jonathan Littman Sam Strangis, Danny Cannon, Cindy Chvatal, William PetersenNominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic) Nicholas Pagliaro, Melanie Levitt, John Goodwin (for "Slaves of Las Vegas")Won
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Prosthetic) John Goodwin (for "Overload")Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Yuri Reese, William Smith, Michael Fowler (for "Primum Non Nocere")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, Sheri Ozeki, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella (for "Chasing the Bus")Nominated
2003 Outstanding Drama SeriesJerry Bruckheimer, Danny Cannon, Ann Donahue, Carol Mendelsohn, Anthony E. Zuiker, Cindy Chvatal, Jonathan Littman, William Petersen, Naren Shankar, Andrew Lipsitz, Josh Berman, Kenneth Fink, Richard J. Lewis, Louis MilitoNominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesMarg HelgenbergerNominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)Nicholas Pagliaro, Melanie Levitt, John Goodwin, Jackie Tichenor (for "Lady Heather's Box")Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Prosthetic)John Goodwin, Jackie Tichenor (for "Got Murder?")Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing For A SeriesYuri Reese, William Smith, Michael Fowler (for "Revenge Is Best Served Cold")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesMace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, Sheri Ozeki, Joseph T. Sabella, Zane D. Bruce (for "Fight Night")Won
2004 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera SeriesFrank Byers (for "XX")Nominated
Outstanding Drama SeriesJerry Bruckheimer, Danny Cannon, Cindy Chvatal, Ann Donahue, Jonathan Littman, Carol Mendelsohn, William Petersen, Anthony E. Zuiker, Andrew Lipsitz, Naren Shankar, Josh Berman, Elizabeth Devine, Kenneth Fink, Bruce Golin, Richard J. Lewis, Louis MilitoNominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)Nicholas Pagliaro, Melanie Levitt, John Goodwin, Jackie Tichenor (for "Assume Nothing/All for Our Country")Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a SeriesYuri Reese, William Smith, Michael Fowler (for "Grissom vs. The Volcano")Nominated
2005 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Quentin Tarantino (for "Grave Danger")Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)Melanie Levitt, Matthew W. Mungle, Perri Sorel, Pam Phillips (for "Ch-Changes")Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a SeriesMichael Fowler, Yuri Reese, William Smith (for "Down the Drain")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesMace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, David F. Van Slyke, Todd Niesen, Christine H. Luethje, Joseph T. Sabella, Zane D. Bruce (for "Down the Drain")Nominated
2006 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera SeriesMichael Slovis (for "Gum Drops")Won
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a SeriesYuri Reese, William Smith, Michael Fowler (for "A Bullet Runs Through It")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesMace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, David F. Van Slyke, Jivan Tahmizian, Mark Allen, Troy Hardy, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella (for "A Bullet Runs Through It, Part 1")Nominated
2007 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera SeriesMichael Slovis (for "Built to Kill, Part 1")Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)Melanie Levitt, Tom Hoerber, Clinton Wayne, Matthew W. Mungle (for "Fannysmackin")Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series The Keane Brothers (for "Law of Gravity")Nominated
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a SpecialMelanie Levitt, Tom Hoerber, Matthew W. Mungle, Clinton Wayne (for "Living Legend")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour)Michael Fowler, Yuri Reese, William Smith (for "Living Doll")Won
2008 Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Melanie Levitt, Tom Hoerber, Clinton Wayne, Matthew W. Mungle (for "Dead Doll")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesMace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, David F. Van Slyke, Chad J. Hughes, Joseph T. Sabella, Zane D. Bruce, Troy Hardy (for "Cockroaches")Nominated
2009 Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour SeriesJames L. Carter (for "For Warrick")Nominated
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a SpecialMatthew W. Mungle, Clinton Wayne, Melanie Levitt, Tom Hoerber (for "A Space Oddity")Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesMace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, David F. Van Slyke, Troy Hardy, Joseph T. Sabella, James Bailey (for "Mascara")Nominated
2010 Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour SeriesChristian Sebaldt (for "Family Affair")Won
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series Sabrina Arnold, Rik Shorten, Steven Meyer, Derek Smith, Christina Spring, Joshua Cushner, Thomas Bremer, Mark R. Byers, Zachariah Zaubi (for "Family Affair")Won
Television Academy HonorsCBS Productions/Jerry Bruckheimer Television (for "Coup De Grace")Won
Producers Guild of America Awards 2001 Kodak Vision Award (Television) Jerry Bruckheimer Won [191]
[192]
2002 Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationNominated [193]
[194]
2003 Nominated [195]
[194]
2004 Nominated [196]
[194]
2005 Nominated [197]
[194]
Satellite Awards 2002 Best Actor – Drama Series William PetersenNominated [198]
Best Actress – Drama Series Marg HelgenbergerNominated
2003 Best Television Series – Drama CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [199]
Saturn Awards 2004 Best Network Television Series Won [lower-alpha 2]
[200]
[201]
2005 Nominated [202]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2002 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Gary Dourdan, George Eads, Jorja Fox, Paul Guilfoyle, Robert David Hall, Marg Helgenberger, William Petersen and Eric Szmanda Nominated [203]
2003 Nominated [204]
2004 Nominated [205]
[206]
2005 Won [207]
Seoul International Drama Awards 2009Most Popular Foreign Drama of the YearCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [208]
TCA Awards 2001 Outstanding New Program of the Year Nominated [209]
[210]
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
2002 Nominated [211]
[210]
Teen Choice Awards 2006 Choice TV ActorGeorge EadsNominated [212]
[213]
2011 Choice TV: Villain Justin Bieber Won [214]
[215]
TP de Oro Awards 2003Best Foreign Series (Mejor Serie Extranjera)CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [216]
[217]
2004Won [218]
2006Nominated [219]
[220]
2007Nominated [221]
[222]
2009Nominated [223]
[224]
TV Guide Awards 2001New Series of the YearWon [225]
Visual Effects Society Awards 2010 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Rik Shorten, Sabrina Arnold, Steve Meyer, Derek SmithWon [226]
Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program or Commercial Derek Smith, Christina Spring, Steve Meyer, Zach ZaubiWon
Webby Awards 2002 People's VoiceCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationWon [227]
Webby AwardNominated
Writers Guild of America Award 2002 Episodic Drama Ann Donahue & Tish McCarthy (for "Blood Drops")Nominated [228]
[229]
2006 Anthony E. Zuiker, Carol Mendelsohn, Naren Shankar & Quentin Tarantino (for "Grave Danger")Nominated [230]
[231]
Young Artist Award 2003 Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Guest Starring Young Actress Sara Paxton Won [232]
2009 Best Performance in a TV Series - Guest Starring Young Actress Joey King Nominated [233]
2015 Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actor 11–14Justin EllingsNominated [234]

Merchandise

DVD releases

Region 1

Region 1 DVD releases of CSI
DVD nameEpisodesRelease date
CSI: Complete Season 1 23March 25, 2003
CSI: Complete Season 2 23September 2, 2003
CSI: Complete Season 3 23March 30, 2004
CSI: Complete Season 4 23October 12, 2004
CSI: Complete Season 5 25November 29, 2005
CSI: Complete Season 6 24November 14, 2006
CSI: Complete Season 7 24November 20, 2007
CSI: Complete Season 8 17October 14, 2008
CSI: Complete Season 9 24September 1, 2009
CSI: Complete Season 10 23September 28, 2010
CSI: Complete Season 11 22September 27, 2011
CSI: Complete Season 12 22September 26, 2012
CSI: Complete Season 13 22September 17, 2013
CSI: Complete Season 14 22September 16, 2014
CSI: The Final Season 18September 15, 2015
CSI: The Finale 1December 15, 2015
CSI: The Complete Series 337 + FinaleNovember 21, 2017 [235]

The US box sets are released by CBS DVD (distributed by Paramount), while the Canadian box sets are released by Alliance Atlantis (distributed by Universal Studios). The first season DVD release differs from all subsequent seasons in that it is available only in 1.33:1 or 4:3 full frame, rather than the subsequent aspect ratio of 1.78:1 or 16:9 widescreen, which is the HDTV standard aspect ratio.

The first season is also the only DVD release of the series not to feature Dolby Digital 5.1 surround audio, instead offering Dolby Digital stereo sound.

The Blu-ray Disc release of season one is 7.1 DTS sound and 1.78:1 widescreen.

Regions 2 and 4

Regions 2 and 4 releases followed a pattern whereby each season was progressively released in two parts (each of 11 or 12 episodes [except for Season 8, in which part 1 contained 8 episodes and the Without a Trace crossover and part 2 contained the remaining 9 episodes] with special features split up) before finally being sold as a single box set.

Region 2 DVD releases of CSI
DVD nameRelease dates
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 1March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 2March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 3March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Seasons 1–3August 23, 2004
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 4March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Seasons 1–4December 12, 2005
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 5March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Seasons 1–5October 2, 2006
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Grave Danger" – Tarantino Episodes October 10, 2005
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 6March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 7March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 8March 1, 2010*
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Seasons 1–8October 26, 2009
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 9March 1, 2010
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 10February 7, 2011
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 11April 30, 2012 [236]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 12July 1, 2013
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 13June 9, 2014
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 14June 8, 2015
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 15April 21, 2016
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation The FinaleMay 19, 2016
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Seasons 1–5October 31, 2016 [237]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Seasons 6–10October 31, 2016 [238]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Seasons 11–15October 31, 2016 [239]

* = Re-released in slimline full-season packaging. Seasons 1–8 were released in two parts between 2003 and 2009.

Region 4 DVD releases of CSI
DVD nameRelease dates
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season OneNovember 8, 2006 [240]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season TwoNovember 8, 2006 [241]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season ThreeJuly 26, 2006 [242]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season FourNovember 8, 2006 [243]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season FiveJanuary 24, 2007 [244]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season SixDecember 5, 2007 [245]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season SevenDecember 3, 2008 [246]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season EightJuly 15, 2009 [247]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season NineJune 2, 2010 [248]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season TenAugust 3, 2011 [249]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season ElevenJune 6, 2012 [250]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season TwelveAugust 7, 2013 [251]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season ThirteenAugust 6, 2014 [252]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season FourteenAugust 5, 2015 [253]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Complete Season FifteenOctober 5, 2016 [254]
CSI: The FinaleNovember 9, 2016 [255]

Season One is the only season in 4:3 format, while the remaining seasons are in 16:9. All seasons including Season One are in Dolby Digital 5.1.

Blu-ray releases

CBS Home Entertainment (distributed by Paramount) released the first season on high-definition Blu-ray Disc on May 12, 2009. [256] Unlike its DVD counterpart, this release is in its original 16:9 widescreen format and features 7.1 surround sound. Features on the Season 1 BD set are also in high definition.

Season 10 was released on November 18, 2011, in region B. Like the season 1 Blu-ray release, it features a 16:9 widescreen transfer, but it only has DTS-HD 5.1 sound. [257]

Season 9 was released on September 1, 2009. Like the season 1 Blu-ray release, it features a 16:9 widescreen transfer with DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 surround sound. Extras include commentaries, featurettes and BD-Live functionality. [258]

Season 8 was released on Blu-ray on May 29, 2009, in region B. [259]

Other releases

CSI has also been released as a series of mobile games. In Fall 2007, CBS teamed up with game developer Gameloft to bring CSI to mobile phones. The first of the series to be published was CSI: Miami . The game features actual cast members such as Alexx Woods and Calleigh Duquesne who are trying to solve a murder in South Beach with the player's assistance. [260] The game is also available for download on various iPod devices. [261]

In spring 2008, Gameloft and CBS released "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – The Mobile Game" which is based on the original series in Las Vegas. This game introduces the unique ability to receive calls during the game to provide tips and clues about crime scenes and evidence. As for the storyline, the game developers collaborated with Anthony E. Zuiker (the series creator) to ensure that the plot and dialogue were aligned with the show's style. [262]

Books

Comic books

Video games

Nine video games based on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation have been created. Three games based on the spin-off series CSI: Miami and one for the CSI: NY series have also been created. Radical Entertainment, under its 369 Interactive banner, developed the CSI games until 2004. Telltale Games has been developing the games for the franchise since. Ubisoft has published all of the CSI video games.

International broadcast

CSI has aired on the Nine Network and TVHits (formerly TV1) in Australia, Channel 5 in the United Kingdom, CTV in Canada, RecordTV in Brazil, Italia 1 in Italy, Prime in New Zealand, RTÉ2 in Ireland, TF1 in France, AXN in Asia and Latin America, Skai TV in Greece, HOT Zone in Israel, TV3 in Estonia and Latvia, TVNorge in Norway, Kanal 5 in Sweden and Denmark, and GEM TV in Iran , Sony Channel South Africa

See also

The use of forensic science in the investigation of crime has been the central theme of several other TV mystery-suspense dramas, including:

Notes

  1. The listed year refers to the date of the ceremony, not necessarily the year in which the corresponding season or episode aired.
  2. Tied with Angel
  1. During Police Surgeon's first season in 1971, as Dr. Simon Locke, the series was a straight medical drama.

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