Where to watch CSI: Miami online in Australia

Posted: 14 January 2019 4:17 pm News

Wondering if you can stream CSI: Miami in Australia? The answer is... YEAHHHHHHHH.

Spun-off from the insanely successful "vanilla" CSI series, CSI: Miami quickly burrowed its way into viewers' hearts with an iconic cold open shtick that was trotted out for every episode. Broken down into a formula, it goes: grisly crime scene is discovered, Horatio Caine (David Caruso) puts on his sunglasses and makes a glib one-liner about the murder, "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who kicks in with a glorious shriek of "Yeeaaaaaah!" It just never gets old. Though you could argue that it wasn't as popular or successful as its forebear (CSI managed 15 seasons to Miami's 10), what we have here is some damn fine police procedural entertainment.

Much like their Las Vegas-based contemporaries, this Floridian team of forensic investigators uses bleeding-edge science and good old-fashioned hunches to run down some of the most mind-bending murders imaginable. Basically, an impossibly cool former homicide detective – and an aspirational figure to gingers everywhere – heads a team of sleuths who work crimes amid the steamy tropical surroundings and cultural crossroads of Miami.

Honestly, this series has aged incredibly well and it's easy to see why it was one of the major cornerstones of CBS's primetime schedule for a solid decade.

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Seasons 1-10 of CSI: Miami are available to stream on 10 All Access.

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