A
 
Web www.artsmart.co.za
A R T S M A R T
arts news from kwazulu-natal

film and television
www.artsmart.co.za
enquiries@artsmart.co.za
 A current news
crafts - dance - drama - film & tv - literature
music - supper theatre - visual arts
miscellaneous news - festivals
letters to the editor
home page
archives A
crafts - dance - drama - film & tv - literature
music - supper theatre - visual arts
miscellaneous news - festivals
 

NB: as of 23 September 2008, all new artSMart articles are being published on the site news.artsmart.co.za.

CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION (article first published : 2003-01-4)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, the critically acclaimed international crime series is back for its second season on M-Net on January 7 at 19h30.

The series follows the nights of the detectives working at the Las Vegas Police Department Crime Scene Investigations bureau. Being the second busiest crime lab in America, CSI officers use the best scientific and technical methods to solve puzzles and catch criminals.

Ranked No.1 amongst the top ten dramatic series in US, last year, CSI has already acquired four Emmy nominations and three Golden Globe nominations.

The series, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer of features like Pearl Harbor and Armageddon, focuses on the science used to solve crimes. But its main success can be attributed to its engaging performances, tight scripts and an innovative shooting style.

In this season's first episode Gil Grissom (William Peterson), the head of the CSI and his team are called in to investigate the death of a well-known drug addict, Tony Braun. The team discovered the drug equipment near his body and later determined that he had recently inhaled heroin. At first instance, they thought the cause of death was overdose. But further examination revealed that the deceased might have been forced to ingest lethal amounts of heroin and, perhaps, other drugs.

Faced with challenges of solving the mysterious murder, Grissom has to deal with his degenerative hearing disorder.

Also starring Eric Szmanda as Greg Sanders, Gary Dourdan as Warrick Brown, George Eads as Nick Stokes, Joria Fox as Sara Sidel, Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows, Paul Guilfoyle as Captain Jim Brass, Robert David Hall as Dr. Al Robbins.




 A current news
crafts - dance - drama - film & tv - literature
music - supper theatre - visual arts
miscellaneous news - festivals
letters to the editor
home page
archives A
crafts - dance - drama - film & tv - literature
music - supper theatre - visual arts
miscellaneous news - festivals
a co-production by caroline smart services and .durbanet. site credits
copyright © subsists in this page. all rights reserved. [ edit ] copyright details  artsmart