CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Cancelled – See CBS Renewals and Cancellations Here

By on May 13, 2015

CBS has announced their 2015/2016 television line up and the news of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation ending after 15 seasons was beyond disappointing.


With seven new shows and 22 returning series, CBS continues to try to build on its current season as America’s most-watched network.

Check out the complete list of canceled series and renewals for the 2015/2016 television lineups for all the networks.

CBS:  Official Announcement was made on Wednesday, May 13

Television Shows Renewed:

2 Broke Girls
The Big Bang Theory
Big Brother
Madam Secretary
Mike & Molly
NCIS: New Orleans
The Amazing Race
Blue Bloods
Criminal Minds
The Good Wife
Hawaii Five-0
Undercover Boss
NCIS: Los Angeles
The Odd Couple
Person of Interest
CSI: Cyber

Television Shows Cancelled:
The McCarthys
The Mentalist
The Millers
Two and a Half Men
Battle Creek

New Fall Dramas:

CODE BLACK – medical series
LIMITLESS – based on the feature film with Bradley Cooper
SUPERGIRL – based on the DC Comics superhero.

New Fall Comedies:


New Dramas
RUSH HOUR – based on the film franchise
CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS, a CRIMINAL MINDS spinoff about the International Division of the FBI tasked with solving crimes and rescuing Americans in danger while abroad.

In addition to the new shows and 22 established series, NFL THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL returns.
The 2015-2016 season will also feature a lineup of big events, including the premiere of THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT on Tuesday, Sept. 8, and the two-hour series finale farewell for CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION on Sunday, Sept. 27, reuniting original cast members including William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger.

What do you think about CSI ending after 15 years. Is it time? Do you think ABC should have taken a page from CBS and ended Grey’s Anatomy at this point, as well.

Any other surprises? Leave a comment and let us know.

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