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'CSI: NY' has not been axed, says Gary Sinise

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The cast of CSI: New York

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Gary Sinise has dismissed rumours that CSI: NY is set to be axed.

The CSI: Crime Scene Investigation spinoff is currently in its eighth season, with a finale set for May 11.

The series has yet to be officially renewed for a ninth season, leading to rumours of a possible cancellation after an announcement about its future was expected earlier this month.

However, Sinise - who plays Detective Mac Taylor in the show - dismissed the reports on Twitter.

"CSI: NY has not been cancelled," he wrote. "We are back on the air March 30 with five great new episodes. Tune in."

The show's executive producer Zach Reiter recently ruled out a cliffhanger at the end of its current season, as he was unsure of its renewal.

"What we're trying to build is a story that has enough resolution that if it truly is a series finale, it feels good," he said in January. "But at the same time, we're not shutting the door completely."

The show airs on Fridays at 9/8c on CBS.

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