WHTR Releases 3 Reasons to Watch CSI Season 14

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WhoHasTheRemote.com applauds the return of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation along with one of its stars, Ted Danson. Following confirmation of the show’s renewal in The Christian Science Monitor, Who Has The Remote? releases 3 reasons why viewers must watch the fourteenth season of the popular series.

Who Has The Remote? is excited to learn that CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will return for a fourteenth season. After a recent news release in The Christian Science Monitor confirmed that CBS has renewed its popular show for at least one more season, Who Has The Remote? announces three reasons why the fourteenth season of the popular series should be on your watch-list.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation focuses on a group of Las Vegas criminologists who use forensics to solve murders. It focuses not only on gruesome crimes, but also delves into the characters’ lives, which is something WhoHasTheRemote.com loves about the show. The current season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation airs on satellite tv on Wednesday nights, and wraps up on May 15, 2013. Who Has The Remote? believes that the fourteenth season will be as engrossing as the current one, and lists 3 reasons why fans will want to stay tuned.

1.    Actor Ted Danson, who plays lead character D.B. Russell, has signed a contract that guarantees his dedication to the series for another two years. Danson, whom many recognize from the 1980s hit series Cheers, came to the show in recent years replacing Laurence Fishburne’s character, night shift supervisor Ray Langston. Nominated for 3 Emmys for his role in the legal drama Damages, Danson adds a touch of humor and has, according to some reviews, “breathed new life into the show.”

2.    After its first four years on television, the show spawned two equally popular spin-offs, CSI: Miami and CSI: NY. The fact that it has inspired a franchise speaks volumes for the quality of CSI. President of CBS Entertainment, Nina Tassler expressed her pride in the CSI legacy, describing the show as “synonymous with CBS” while praising the writers and producers for “an amazing job evolving CSI.”

3.    Fans that have followed CSI: Crime Scene Investigation since its inception will know that the story lines of the crime series make many of the featured investigations quite personal. Undoubtedly a police procedural, the show explores the lives of the team of forensic investigators as they collect irrefutable evidence that helps fill in the missing pieces. With 9 awards already in the bag, the fourteenth season of the hit series promises to be more enthralling and personal than ever before.

Who Has The Remote? is happy to hear of the return of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and lists 3 reasons why viewers should stay tuned to the popular crime series.

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