The final season of the CBS series CSI: NY will be released on DVD on June 25.
The set includes all 17 episodes, cast interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.
The final season featured a serial killer who based his victims on the board game "Clue."
Stars including Gary Sinise, Sela Ward, Carmine Giovinazzo and Eddie Cahill acted in the spinoff of CSI, helping to make it a popular show.
The show was nominated for 5 Primetime Emmys, 7 wins and 18 nominations.
Sinise gave a standout performance in the season and the episodes of the last season are, according to Fresno Bee, worth watching if not just for his performance.
The actor, known for his role as Lt. Dan Taylor in the 1994 hit movie Forrest Gump, now that CSI: NY has ended, has been touring with his band, called Lt. Dan Band. He traveled with the band to Ravinia, Il., earlier this month, the town where he grew up.
"I've wanted to play at Ravinia for a long time. I worked on the ground crew, raking leaves, taking out the garbage."
Sinise played Detective Mac Taylor for all 9 seasons of the series. He has been touring with his band, which he co-founded in early 2004 with Chicago-based musician, composer and professor Kimo Williams.
CSI: NY was cancelled at the end of the 2012-2013 Season.
CSI will return for 2013-2014 in the fall and the show's star Ted Danson (Saving Private Ryan, Bored to Death, Cheers) has signed a contract to stay with the show for two more years.
The writers and creators restructured the show to revolve around Danson's character, DB Russell, and Julie Finlay, portrayed by Elizabeth Shue (Leaving Las Vegas, Hollow Man, Adventures in Babysitting).
Also returning for Season 14 for the drama are David Berman, Robert David Hall,Paul Guilfoyle, Jorja Fox and other cast members.