‘CSI: Vegas’ Renewed for Season 2 — Will Sara and Gil Return?

CSI: Vegas He will continue to follow Evidence, having been renewed for a second season at CBS.

With an average of nearly 7 million viewers per week (with Live+7 DVR playing folded), CSI The supplement series improved the audience level in Wednesday’s slot by 60 percent. On top of that, her 83 percent of her DVR is the biggest of any new fall drama.

As showrunner Jason Tracy told TVLine this month, “Fortunately the network has been really supportive, really happy with the creativity, and kind of happy about Live+7.” [playback numbers], the hooks that this thing stirs up in the audience.”

Meanwhile, TVLine readers gave the season an average grade of “A”; Read our full postmortem autopsy.

CSI: Vegas Stars Paula Newsom, Matt Lauria, Mandeep Dillon and Mel Rodriguez as a team that now works at a crime lab in Las Vegas. As for the original CSI Checking out Jorja Fox and/or William Petersen as Sara and Gil, TVLine hears the former may return for a second season, while the latter is only signed into the series’ initial 10-episode (but will remain as executive producer).

“There is no expectation [Fox and Petersen]To return for a second season, Tracy told Line TV. “The door will always be open to two Legends, but we just asked them to come back to help us narrate this limited number of episodes.”

Having said that, Tracy says so with the past four actors CSI Shows to draw including, “I’m going to be like a kid in a candy store if I get season two, to kind of go shopping and hopefully squeeze some familiar faces.”

“The incredibly talented CSI: Vegas The creative team and the cast did a great job this first season, updating and shooting brilliantly CSI A world with new stories and a new crime lab, proving that after 20 years, the CSI The fan base is still hungry for more and ready to start a new chapter in this illustrious franchise.”

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