Bow Wow’s CSI:Cyber Gets Canceled After Two Seasons
The flagship series was once the most-watched show in the world. It’s the end of a major franchise at CBS.
The network has opted to cancel CSI: Cyber after two seasons, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. It brings an end to the storied franchise whose flagship series was once the most-watched show in the world.
The decision to end the show comes as little surprise. The third spinoff in the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation franchise was left off of CBS’ midseason schedule as well as its massive 11-show renewal earlier this season.
While not a ratings breakout by any means (8.5 million total viewers and a 1.5 among adults 18-49), the sophomore drama was produced in-house by CBS Television Studios and had been a money-maker thanks to international sales.
Bow Wow said this about the show ending just today:
When the CBS checks stop coming in!