CBS may be ready to close the case of CSI: Las Vegas' uncertain future.
The crime drama concluded a shortened 15th season in February, and numerous sources are speculating that the series will not see another premiere. However, procedural diehards shouldn't despair just yet.
Even if a 16th season isn't in the cards for D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) and Co., the network could be preparing to announce a series-concluding movie.
"CBS is interested in potentially wrapping up one of the longest-running crime dramas with a two-hour TV movie (likely written by creators Anthony Zuiker and Ann Donahue)," Entertainment Weekly reported on Friday, cautioning that this is just one of rumors buzzing around ahead of CBS' Upfronts. "We also heard possibilities of a 13-episode final season, or four episodes and then a TV movie."
For those pining over Nick Stokes (George Eads) "End Game" departure (see video below), a swift end to the marathon series may be more than welcome.
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