Peyser, Marc
September 2002
Newsweek;9/30/2002, Vol. 140 Issue 14, p60
Focuses on the television program, 'CSI: Miami,' starring David Caruso and Kim Delaney, which debuts in fall 2002. Discussion of the show and how it compares to 'CSI: Las Vegas,' a drama about crime-scene investigators from which the Miami version was developed; Concern of the original program's cast members that the spinoff would dilute their audience in the United States and diminish their personal value.


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