CSI: Crime Scene Investigation stormed in television in year 2000.

As a spin off from the original CSI; CSI: Miami brings in a completely new team of forensic investigators with action-packed moves just like in CSI Las Vegas.

The tropical climate of Miami or what is also called as Cuba North prepares the viewers hotter and irresistible episodes you cannot miss. But the trivia here is that the indoor scenes were usually shot at Manhattan Beach, California, while the outdoor scenes are filmed in Long Beach, California and other portions of Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach.

With the original premise of the show CSI, the new CSI Miami follows a South Florida forensic team who uses combination of cutting-edge scientific methods and old-fashioned police work to solve crimes.

Seasoned television actor David Caruso heads the team of the forensic experts as Lieutenant Horation Caine. A former homicide police officer and detective at NYPD, a forensic analyst, and a bomb squad officer. Joining him are: Detective Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter), ballistics specialist, Detective Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), and many more.

The show normally starts off with the opening sequence of showing the victim’s body being discovered. There is no particular connection of the victim to any of the characters, except when the show’s story is connected to the one member of CSI team.

Followed by layered investigation, resulting to conclusion and discovery of clues to identify who the victim was and who killed or who is the possible perpetrator. What sets this spin off apart is that, there is less of a twist in the show. Making it easier to identify and interpret all the evidences unlike the original series.

CSI Miami premiered May 9, 2002 and now on its 10th season.  Have you watched any of the seasons yet?

 

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