04:35 PM EDT 08/18/2015
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Originally posted 10/13/2006 11:00AM
Kevin Federline's dramatic television debut on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Oct. 12 was, well, overhyped. Maybe this shouldn't come as a surprise – there's always an element of hard sell to get us beyond the fact that he's Mr. Britney Spears – but it was still a letdown, a waste of anticipation. I mean, I spent the day leading up to the show in a sort of happy dream, wondering whether Federline, playing a young thug named Cole Tritt, would have the guts, the talent, the firepower to outdo Jack Nicholson in The Departed. Departed? The guy never even fully arrived. These were his only lines of dialogue (minus one that would be a spoiler for K-Fed fans who recorded the show):
Originally posted 07/27/2004 12:00PM
Things are not entirely back to normal on the set of CBS's top-rated CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which last week was rocked by the firings – and subsequent re-hirings – of costars George Eads and Jorja Fox, who were both reportedly demanding a salary hike.
Originally posted 07/26/2004 08:00AM
Expect a reunion this week on the set of CBS's top-rated CSI: Crime Scene Investigation after the network reportedly played hardball with two of its stars.
Originally posted 07/23/2004 08:00AM
Axed CSI: Crime Scene Investigation star Jorja Fox is back on the job after reaching an agreement with the network on Thursday, reports the Associated Press.
Originally posted 07/22/2004 08:00AM
Axed CSI: Crime Scene Investigation actor George Eads says he wasn't involved in a salary-negotiating ploy when he missed work – he just overslept.
Originally posted 02/19/2004 10:54AM
To hear William Petersen tell it, you'd think he would feel better off dead.
Originally posted 01/16/2004 1:51PM
Criminals in New York, beware: This fall, CBS is planning another spinoff of its highest-rated show, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" -- this time set in the Big Apple and called (what else?) "CSI: New York," Reuters reports.
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