CSI: Cyber Canceled, Leaving the World Without a CSI for the First Time Since 2000

CBS's procedural was the last standing spinoff of the monster hit franchise

By Chris Harnick May 12, 2016 6:48 PMTags

All good things must come to an end, including moderately rated spinoffs of what was once TV's most-watched show. Yes, CSI: Cyber has been canceled, E! News has learned.

For the first time since in 16 years there will be no CSI series on television. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation wrapped its run with a TV movie in September 2015 after 15 seasons.

The third spinoff of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CSI: NY and CSI: Miami came before it), lasted just two seasons on CBS. Ted Danson was brought over from the mothership CSI when that ended and joined Patricia Arquette, James Van Der Beek and Shad Moss on the procedural.

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Danson already has his next TV gig lined up: He'll star opposite Kristen Bell in Good Place on NBC.

Ratings were not in the show's favor—it's final episode had 6.3 million viewers and a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

CBS has already renewed a mess of shows. Click through the gallery below to find out which of your favorites have already been spared and which have been met by the TV grim reaper.

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