Briefly, the actors are still doing a great job with the program. Personally, while watching most of this season, I find that I'm going back to the first season when Danny had been in trouble with Tanglewood and the Minhaus shooting. With both Don Flack and Sheldon Hawks getting put into the hot seat, you could see the resentment they were feeling when Mac didn't seem like he was supporting them. I said "now you know what Danny felt". A sad thing about this season was the introduction of a new person with no background history other than she came back from teaching and was getting into Mac's life. I felt she pushed too hard and got what she deserved. So far the whole season was as enjoyable as the first with a few twists and turns to keep you on your toes. Now if the writers don't ruin another good show with bad writing, then it might make it as long as the other two parent shows.
I'm hooked on this series (all CSI's actually). I couldn't find this in hulu or my amazon prime, so I found these DVD's. They arrived in the original unopened condition. I'm sure the discs will be great too.
I've been keeping up with the DVDs for CSI and CSI: Miami pretty much since they were first being released. But for some reason, I never was into CSI: NY. Possibly because the other series are set in warm climates and tend not to make me jealous, possibly becuase there are enough interesting characters (read: science guys and cool murders solved) to keep a girl busy for plenty of time. Whatever the reason, NY just wasn't for me.
Now things have changed. I'm still jealous of the snow on the ground, whether it's real or fake. However, there are new science guys to be discovered and that brain scanner in Dr. Hammerback's autopsy suite and the virtual autopsy room are the ultimate in technological gadgetry. See y'all in season 10!