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CSI Season 14

CSI: THE COMPLETE SEASON 14

ARRIVES ON DVD

ON 8TH JUNE 2015

The original series of the world’s most popular television franchise produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lone Ranger) picks up with D.B. Russell and the team for another season packed with Sin City’s most intense and complex crimes. Don’t miss any of the drama when CSI: THE COMPLETE SEASON 14 comes to DVD on 8th June, courtesy of Entertainment One.

Season 14 sees the return of Ted Danson (Cheers, Saving Private Ryan) as night supervisor D.B. Russell and Elisabeth Shue (Behaving Badly, Hope Springs) as CSI Julie “Finn” Finlay. Series regular George Eads (Young Justice, Gutshot Straight) is back as Nick Stokes, Jorja Fox (ER, The West Wing) returns as Sara Sidle, and reprising his role as Eric Szmanda (Shadow of Fear, Snow Wonder) is Greg Sanders as the team take on their toughest case yet.

In the city that never sleeps we pick up with the Las Vegas graveyard shift where we left them in the thrilling Season 13 cliffhanger. The search for the serial killer who kidnapped Captain Brass’s daughter intensifies after CSI Morgan become the killer’s latest kidnapping victim and it’s down to D.B. Russell (Danson) and his team to find them before it’s too late. The pace never lets up in CSI’s most gripping season yet.

This unmissable season also includes CSI’s milestone 300th anniversary episode, marking the return of show favourite Marg Helgenberger (Intelligence, Under The Dome) as night shift supervisor, Catherine Willows. Season 14 also guest stars rockstar legend Gene Simmons (Castle, Welcome to Sweden), popstar Jordin Sparks (The Grace of Jake, Left Behind) and Oscar® winner Patricia Arquette (Boyhood, Medium).

This high impact drama makes the perfect gift for Father’s Day as CSI: THE COMPLETE SEASON 14 arrives on DVD on 8th June 2015, courtesy of Entertainment One.

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