But there's still the matter of Sidle's job in Las Vegas, where she's been promoted to the head of the CSI unit. "The question, and the characters gathered for the scene — Grissom (William Petersen), the former Las Vegas crime-scene-investigation team leader, colleague Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger) and the once-notorious Lady Heather (Melinda Clarke) — create an old-home-week feeling on the set of the two-hour finale (CBS, Sunday, 9 p.m., "CSI" star Marg Helgenberger opens up about her love life since divorcing Alan Rosenberg in 2010. I mean, I could never do the online thing if I was available,” says Marg, who stars in the new CBS action series "Intelligence." But the Emmy-winning actress doesn’t need to worry about going online anytime soon. But after four years together, we've gotta ask, what's the secret to their success?“Luckily for me, I have been dating the same person for four years now,” she tells . “We don’t live together, which is a good thing,” she adds. We’re both very independent people.” FOR MORE, PICK UP THE NEW ISSUE OF CLOSER WEEKLY, ON NEWSSTANDS NOW.ET/PT) of a hugely influential procedural drama that spawned three spinoff series and turned forensics into a hot career choice.“I think the fans would have been disappointed and upset if it just ended without any finality,” Helgenberger says, referring to CBS’s decision to give a special sendoff after 15 seasons.Petersen and Helgenberger, who left as regulars in 20, respectively, are returning to work with creator Anthony Zuiker, who wrote the finale, for one last hurrah.William Petersen (who played Gil Grissom and is a Fun for the actors to take the photos, but sad for the fans to see them.
Until she went to college, Helgenberger aspired to be a nurse like her mother, but attended Kearney State College (now the University of Nebraska at Kearney) in Kearney, Nebraska, then attended Northwestern University's School of Speech in Evanston, Illinois, (now the School of Communication) and earned a B. During the summer she also worked as a deboner at her father's meat packing plant.
for real."CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," the phenomenally successful drama that changed the face of TV and the fortunes of CBS, came to an official close Sunday with a two-hour finale that brought back many fan favorites. Jorja Fox, one of the show's original cast members, has said in previous interviews that she didn't think anyone would watch the series when it first premiered in 2000. The drama about a forensics investigation division in Las Vegas was an instant smash. SIGN UP for the free Indie Focus movies newsletter Like other cast member, Fox, who played investigator Sara Sidle, was extremely appreciative that the show was given a final bow: "It was such a great gift. And the finale was truly a love letter to our fans." "CSI" introduced TV audiences to a team of Las Vegas Police Department forensic investigators who solved crimes with the power of science when it premiered Oct. Here is a look back at some memorable guests who appeared on the show during its 15-year run.
"Us all being back together felt like the most natural thing in the world.
It was such a joy to have them."One of the main attractions for fans of the series was the romance between Grissom and Sidle. After getting married years ago, things started to go wrong and they divorced.
A fatal explosion in a casino brings the retired Grissom back to Vegas, where he has a tense reunion with his ex.