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CBS has made it official: One of the longest-running crime dramas will come to a close next season. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will wrap its 15 seasons with a two-hour TV movie on Sept. 27, the network announced Wednesday morning. The movie will include—as EW was first to report last week—the return of original series star William Petersen. Former co-star Marg Helgenberger will appear in the film as well. In addition, current CSI star Ted Danson will continue to stay with the franchise by moving over to the show’s latest spinoff, CSI: Cyber.
Marg Helgenberger on Returning to ‘CSI’ Farewell: ‘One More for the Road’
She won’t be the only original castmember returning for CSI’s swan song. Petersen, who left after season nine, will also be back as Gil Grissom. Helgenberger revealed that Petersen will be contributing to the story as well.“I’m eager to see what this script will be because Billy [William] Petersen is apparently working with Anthony Zuiker, who created the show, on the story,” Helgenberger said. “Billy’s got great taste and he’s a smart guy. I’m happy to get in the ring with him because it’s been a long time.”
CSI creator, Anthony Zuiker has been tweeting about the finale over the last few weeks, be sure to follow him @zuiker
In Manhattan news, Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Abby Isaacs on the show shared this image of the cast and crew wearing orange in support of the 1st Nation Gun Violence Awareness Day – wearorange.org You can spot Billy in the bottom left hand corner