Originally Posted by Natalie_ca
I like each one for different reasons.
It took me a long time to warm up to CSI:NY because for the first couple seasons they didn't develop the characters at all. They were more like work drones without personality or history and I just didn't care about them. However, they seem to be trying to develop the characters more and give them a life outside of work, and a history.
I really like "Gil Grissom" out of all of the CSI bosses. However now that he's gone
CSI just isn't the same for me. Catherine in the roll of big boss just doesn't cut it for me. I hope he reconsiders and returns.
I totally agree with ya! CSI NY was very disappointing the first couple of seasons. Sinise is a very talented actor, but once again excepted a script with poor character development. Plus the over exaggerated accents, oh please! I live in NYC, for 17 years now, and rarely run into one person a month with such a strong accent!
CSI Miami atleast had vivid cinematography and personal story lines. I liked Miami the first few seasons, but Caruso started over acting his character. His "corky" opening lines were so obviously over performed, as if it was the last words he would ever say, every time! It is very humorous now!