And then there was one. CBS have cancelled CSI: New York, which ran for nine seasons. This leaves the original CSI as the only one of the mega-hit franchise left.
This wasn't a surprising move, as CSI: NY had been getting increasingly lower ratings and CBS had already cancelled CSI: Miami a year ago.
While the original CSI also isn't the ratings juggernaut it once was, it still is a decent performer for CBS and has been renewed for Season 14, airing this fall.
CSI: New York is the first of CBS's "bubble" shows to be cancelled, with Rules of Engagement and Golden Boy still undecided.
Vegas has also been cancelled by CBS. With so many hit series and a ton of high profile new shows just ordered, it's looking unlikely any of the show's still not renewed will be at this point.