Long-running drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will end this year, CBS has confirmed.
CSI, which began in 2000 and spawned three spin-offs, will end on September 27 with a two-hour finale.
Ted Danson, the show’s current star, will continue his role as “DB” Russell in sister show CSI: Cyber, which began its first season in March.
The show’s other spin-offs, CSI: Miami and CSI: NY, ran for 10 and nine seasons respectively before being cancelled.
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation follows a team of forensic investigators based in Las Vegas.
Highlights during the show’s 15-year run include Grave Danger, a two-hour episode from 2005 that Quentin Tarantino conceived and directed.
CSI has also featured guest appearances from Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Charlie Sheen, who appeared in a 2008 “cross-over” episode with his then-sitcom Two and a Half Men.