Fans of television’s most-watched crime franchise will be treated to exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to the stars of all three hit CSI shows starting tonight on eTalk.
eTalk takes viewers on an exclusive tour of the CSI: Miami set and chats with CSI’s William Petersen, CSI: Miami’s David Caruso, CSI: NY’s Gary Sinise and other cast members of TV’s hottest crime investigating teams. Canada’s most-watched Canadian entertainment newsmagazine, eTalk airs Monday-Friday at 7 p.m. ET (check local listings) on CTV.
Monday, April 10 – The exclusive coverage kicks off with a tour of the CSI:
Miami set. Canadian cast member Brendan Fehr takes eTalk behind the scenes and talks to co-stars Emily Proctor and Adam Rodriguez.
Tuesday, April 11 – eTalk then heads to the set of CSI: NY to meet up with the cast. In addition to his role on the newest CSI show, Gary Sinise also talks about singing for the LT. Dan Band and jamming with Canadian singer Melanie Doane. Additionally, eTalk catches up with cast members Eddie Cahill, Carmine Giovinazzo and Anna Belknap.
Thursday, April 13 – The CSI tour continues with a look at the original CSI, set in Las Vegas. eTalk’s exclusive cast interviews include William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, Gary Dourdan, Jorja Fox and Eric Szmanda. And co-star George Eads reveals to eTalk how he retaliated against the show after being fired, then re-hired.
Monday, April 17 – eTalk heads back to CSI: Miami and wraps up the exclusive coverage with more up-close interviews with the cast. David Caruso dishes on the sexual appeal of one co-star and eTalk talks to Emily Proctor, Rex Linn and Eva La Rue.
Hosted by Ben Mulroney and Tanya Kim, eTalk is Canada’s Number One Canadian entertainment newsmagazine. From the Oscars and the Emmys to the JUNO Awards and The Giller Prize, eTalk is front-and-centre delivering up-to-the minute news in film, television, music and more. Celebrating both homegrown talent and international stars, eTalk became Canada’s first daily Canadian entertainment newsmagazine when it launched in 2003. Darren Solomon is Senior Producer. Morley Nirenberg is Co-Executive Producer. Jordan Schwartz is Executive Producer and Vice-President, Daytime Programming for CTV. Ed Robinson is Senior Vice-President, Comedy and Variety Programming for CTV. Susanne Boyce is CTV’s President of Programming and Chair of the CTV Media Group.