‘CSI Vegas’: Marg Helgenberger Eyes Returns as Catherine in Season 2

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Franchised Veterinarian Marg Helgenberger in talks to reprise the role of Catherine Willows in CSI: Vegas‘second season coming.

News of the talks came about two weeks after the member of OG Jorja Fox announced that she will follow longtime leading man William Petersen out the exit door ahead of Season 2 of the CBS revival. (Petersen has only recently signed on to the first 10-episode series, but continues to serve as an executive producer.)

Also, as we reported at the end of January, CSI: Vegas rookie Mel Rodriguez – who plays the main role of Medical Examiner Hugo Ramirez – is also get rid of the procedure.

CBS declined to comment for this story.

When announcing her CSI: Vegas on social media last month, Fox revealed that her decision not to return for Season 2 was directly related to Petersen’s departure.

“For me, CSI always a love story,” Fox explained to fans on Twitter. “A story where people can find love in the darkest places and times. Personally, I cannot separate Sara and Grissom again. So Grissom goes… ..So Sara. Wherever they go, whatever they do, they belong together.”

Helgenberger – whose absence from the first season of the revival was addressed in the opening episode (see here) – starred in the first 12 seasons of the original CSI. She returned briefly in the 14th and final installment of the series to Celebrating the show’s 300th episode.

https://tvline.com/2022/02/04/marg-helgenberger-csi-vegas-season-2-catherine-returns/ ‘CSI Vegas’: Marg Helgenberger Eyes Returns as Catherine in Season 2

Aila Slisco

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