CSI: Cyber canceled by CBS

CSI: Cyber canceled by CBS

CSI: Cyber canceled by CBS

There were other spin-offs, including CSI: Miami, which ended in 2012 after 10 seasons, and CSI: NY, which ended in 2103 after nine seasons. The show was CBS' lowest-rated drama this season, averaging a 0.9 same-day rating in adults 18-49. While CSI: Cyber only aired two seasons, the other shows in the franchise were all huge hits - CSI: Miami ran for 10 seasons, CSI: New York for 9 and the original CSI for 15 seasons before its conclusion previous year. Its season (and series) finale aired back in March.

Cyber is no more, Bow Wow still has plans on starring on his own late night talk show.

For anyone who missed out on TV's preeminent computer-related crime scene investigation procedural, CSI: Cyber starred Patricia Arquette, Ted Danson, and James Van Der Beek as members of an elite law enforcement team tasked with keeping the internet (or "net") safe from hackers, trolls, griefers, team killers, spawn campers, and just all-around noobs. Don't worry though, the Criminal Minds and NCIS franchises are still up and running. This means that for the first time in 16 years, a show from the CSI franchise will not be on CBS' fall schedule.

Besides The Good Wife and Person of Interest, this makes CSI: Cyber the only other returning CBS drama from the 2015-2016 season not to get renewed.

CBS has yet to rule on several major titles, including Supergirl, Limitless, and Rush Hour.

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