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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (usually referred to as CSI) is a popular Alliance Atlantis/CBS police procedural television series, running since October 2000, about a team of forensic scientists. It is set in Las Vegas, Nevada in the present. (The choice of Las Vegas is not just for show: the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's crime lab is the second most active in the nation, trailing only the FBI's lab in Quantico, Virginia.)

The unit investigates mysterious, unusual, and sometimes gruesome deaths to determine the circumstances. They also investigate other serious crimes, but death by foul play is the major staple of the series.

TV Ratings:
2000-2001: #10
2001-2002: #2
2002-2003: #1
2003-2004: #2
2004-2005: #2

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> Airing History & Information 
Premiere October 6, 2000
Episodes 116+
Network CBS
Format/Time Color / 60 Minutes
Country United States
Upcoming Airs Not currently airing
> Cast 
Paul Guilfoyle....   Captain Jim Brass
Marg Helgenberger....   Catherine Willows
Robert David Hall....   Dr. Al Robbins
William Petersen....   Gil Grissom
Eric Szmanda....   Greg Sanders
Gary Sinise....   Mac Taylor
George Eads....   Nick Stokes
Jorja Fox....   Sara Sidle
Gary Dourdan....   Warrick Brown

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'CSI' Holds Off 'Housewives' in Season's First Week
(Posted September 27, 2005 by Leah Yoakum)

LOS ANGELES ( ABC's two big hits from last year showed no signs of a sophomore slump in the first week of the 2005-06 season, but they weren't quite enough to push the ... [More Information]

Source: Zap2it
Prosecutors see 'CSI effect' in white-collar cases
(Posted September 24, 2005 by Leah Yoakum)

Jurors schooled in crime investigations through watching TV dramas expect prosecutors to show them sophisticated forensic evidence -- even in white-collar trials -- making it tough for the government ... [More Information]

Source: Yahoo! News
Forensic TV shows help criminals escape police?
(Posted September 8, 2005 by Leah Yoakum)

Television shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, depicting forensic scientists at work, are helping criminals avoid identification, New Scientist magazine said on Wednesday.

Not only are the ... [More Information]

Source: Yahoo! News

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