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CSI: NY, Vegas, Golden Boy and Rules of Engagement Canceled by CBS

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Case closed.

CSI: NY has been canceled by CBS after nine seasons. The cancellation of the long-running procedural leaves the original CSI as the franchise's only series left on the air; the network canceled CSI: Miami last season.

Also axed? Freshman dramas Vegas, which starred Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis, and Golden Boy. Plus, David Spade's sitcom Rules of Engagement was canceled after seven seasons as well.

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The season nine finale of CSI: NY, which was led by Gary Sinise, brought in 9.39 million viewers when it aired in February.

While Vegas brought in an average of 10 million viewers, its 18-49 demo rating was pretty low (0.9) and Golden Boy, which comes from Arrow's Greg Berlanti, averaged 8.3 million viewers and 1.5 demo rating.

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams' comedy pilot Crazy Ones, Josh Holloway's drama Intelligence and four other series were all picked up by the network.

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