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CSI: Miami (2002)

Action | Drama 
Rayting:   6.4/10 55K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

The cases of the Miami Dade, Florida police department's Crime Scene Investigations unit.

Episode Guide

Season 10

March 18, 2012Episode 17 At Risk
February 19, 2012Episode 14 Last Straw
January 8, 2012Episode 12 Friendly Fire
December 11, 2011Episode 11 Crowned
December 4, 2011Episode 10 Long Gone
November 20, 2011Episode 9 A Few Dead Men
November 13, 2011Episode 8 Dead Ringer
November 6, 2011Episode 7 Sinner Takes All
October 30, 2011Episode 6 By the Book
October 23, 2011Episode 5 Killer Regrets
October 9, 2011Episode 3 Blown Away
October 2, 2011Episode 2 Stiff
September 25, 2011Episode 1 Countermeasures

Season 9

Season 8

Season 7

Season 6

Season 5

Season 4

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

Best CSI: Miami Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

May 24, 2010star8.3 321 votesS8E24 All Fall Down
May 19, 2008star8.2 351 votesS6E21 Going Ballistic
February 2, 2009star8.1 289 votesS7E14 Smoke Gets in Your CSI's
September 21, 2009star8.0 338 votesS8E1 Out of Time
April 8, 2012star8.0 315 votesS10E19 Habeas Corpse
October 3, 2010star8.0 295 votesS9E1 Fallen
March 31, 2008star8.0 286 votesS6E15 Ambush
May 17, 2010star8.0 254 votesS8E23 Time Bomb
April 1, 2008star7.9 286 votesS6E16 All In
November 17, 2008star7.9 283 votesS7E8 Gone Baby Gone
May 12, 2008star7.9 270 votesS6E20 Down to the Wire
October 15, 2007star7.8 357 votesS6E4 Bang, Bang, Your Debt
September 22, 2008star7.8 329 votesS7E1 Resurrection
March 2, 2009star7.8 270 votesS7E16 Sink or Swim
May 11, 2009star7.8 266 votesS7E24 Dissolved
May 10, 2010star7.8 262 votesS8E22 Mommie Deadest
December 8, 2008star7.8 258 votesS7E10 The DeLuca Motel
May 8, 2011star7.8 258 votesS9E22 Mayday
February 1, 2010star7.8 251 votesS8E14 In The Wind
May 18, 2009star7.8 251 votesS7E25 Seeing Red

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User Reviews

oddtoddnm 10 August 2004

bonus veren siteler 2022. CSI: Miami is a fun show to watch, like the original CSI:. But the chemistry in the original isn't quite there.

Grissom, in CSI:, is interesting, deep, and can easily be believed to be as smart as he is. But Horatio in CSI: Miami seems a bit more flat, and his bright moments seem cheesy and scripted.

Other characters don't seem to grow in CSI: Miami, while there's clear changes in their CSI: counterparts. Also, the side stories are more interesting in CSI: than in CSI: Miami.

So, while I'll watch CSI: Miami, it's not growing on me like how the original did.

oddtoddnm 10 August 2004

CSI: Miami is a fun show to watch, like the original CSI:. But the chemistry in the original isn't quite there.

Grissom, in CSI:, is interesting, deep, and can easily be believed to be as smart as he is. But Horatio in CSI: Miami seems a bit more flat, and his bright moments seem cheesy and scripted.

Other characters don't seem to grow in CSI: Miami, while there's clear changes in their CSI: counterparts. Also, the side stories are more interesting in CSI: than in CSI: Miami.

So, while I'll watch CSI: Miami, it's not growing on me like how the original did.

shishky 22 September 2006

CSI: Miami watchseries. I have watched the show many times over its near 5 year stint and it just gets worse as time goes by. I find Caruso's character probably the worst one I have seen on TV. The way he stands, the way he puts on his glasses and the tacky one-liner comments are so arrogant, and the fact he is such a know-it-all is so obnoxious that it really is difficult to get through the entire show. Ditto with the Wolfe guy. Either the writing/directing or the acting on behalf of Caruso (or both) is just plain pitiful.

The only normal characters on the show are Calleigh, Alexx, and Eric. They at least exhibit rational adult behavior, unlike Horatio who is so dramatic and unrealistic in just about everything he does. The problem is is that the 3 good characters carry the show, but they're downplayed. Seems the newby Wolfe gets more attention than the seasoned team members.

I agree the pictures of Miami on HDTV are exceptional, but Las Vegas is starting to show some great shots now and the acting is so much more superior from all of the team members.

13Funbags 28 September 2018

Why does the entire show have an orange tint to it? The only explanation is that Caruso thought it would make him look less like a soulless ginger and more like a real boy. Another CBS disaster.

Vincent_B 15 November 2012

Recently this was added to my Netflix. I never watched it so I gave the first few seasons a go. The show is not intelligent at all, in fact, it not only feeds the viewer misinformation, it insults anyone with any intelligence. They make CSI look like super cops, about the same way Columbo and Monk make detectives look super impressive. Almost ever show is adorned with sexy guys and girls, rave music, and special effects that always go way beyond normal.

Most police don't have time or resources to investigate common deaths (no brainers) to the point these people show. There is such thing as a departmental budget to follow but apparently not in Miami. The pseudo science is enough to make you sick. Apparently computers can enhance a photo from a gas station camera, bounce an image off the chrome bumper of a car, and see with great detail and color, to see who the attacker was in the reflection of someones glasses.

If the show wasn't trying to be so serious, it would be fun to watch, like the old 1960's Adam West "Batman". The writers and producers of this show are not the only parties guilty of making this a bad TV series. Most of the actors are not that impressive either. The lead role of Lt. Horatio Caine by David Caruso, has his share of corny one-liners at the opening of each show. The actor says cleaver clichés, one example of this might be him arriving at the scene of an exploded bakery truck and he retorts, "Well looks like someone made toast out of this driver.". Then he puts his sunglasses on his face.

There is also no ugly people. They killed the only normal looking lab technician they called "Speed" and replaced him with a pretty boy named "Wolf" in season 3. I stopped watching the shows after that point. Everyone in Miami apparently looks like a movie star.

shaypack 8 November 2005

One person ruins this show: David Caruso. All he does is pose. They should make it into a drinking game. Every time he strikes a pose, take a shot. Of course, people have died from alcohol poisoning. This would only add to the statistics. All the other characters have depth. He just gets this look on his face and 'strikes a pose'. Watch him turn sideways and look over his shoulder. Wow!! OOOhhh, he figured out something. Time for him to take off his sunglasses. I challenge any of you to find an episode where he isn't positioned sideways looking over his shoulder and where he takes off his sunglasses. Quit posing and pretend like you know how to act!!!!

And, how come he has to figure everything out? The other shows let the other characters show some brains. How 'bout letting the other CSI Vogue characters have a little spotlight?

engine_tiger 18 March 2008

When I watch CSI Miami, David Caruso's performance makes a spoof of the whole show. When he talks to someone his head almost hits the table where he is sitting on. And the dramatically removal of his shades kills me all the time. No matter how serious the plot of the show, Caruso makes it non believable or laughable. After a while in the show he will get annoying. He appears non human to me. No flaws. And if they would find a character flaw it would be only because he tried to achieve world peace. Here is a plot from me: The next time he is in the lab, he'll knock over some chemicals while removing his shades or knocking them off the table with his head because someone came in and starts talking to him, causing a massive explosion. All they ever find of him is his fiery red scalp and his sunglasses. He'll never appear in the show. His position will be filled with someone human and good looking.

So there.

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