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Watching CSI is like eating Gummi Bears. There's no nutritional value, but the franchise has created a yummy, empty-calorie world.... The eternally maternal Patricia Arquette, enhances her journeywoman bona fides on this TV junk food. [6 Mar 2015, p.75]
It’s no surprise that the series doesn’t really give Arquette any opportunity to demonstrate the acting chops that garnered her an Academy Award or the warmth and likability she radiated for seven seasons on Medium. Van Der Beek and MacNichol also are capable of much more than simply spouting exposition.
While the threats might involve the high-tech world of hacking, CSI: Cyber is just plain hackneyed.
This train wreck of a show often plays like a parody of bad crime drama that one would see within a Seth Rogen comedy, for example.
At the end of the day, though, what we've got is essentially more CSI--with a first-rate lead.
On CSI: Cyber, Ryan and her team act very swiftly, oftentimes preposterously so. Computer graphics whiz and buzz. And then, just like that, another suspect is chased down and vetted by Ryan, who seemingly needs nothing more than a burp or a twitch to determine who the bad guys are and who they are not.