Friday, May 13, 2016

Bow Wow's "CSI: Cyber" Hit With Cancellation

Bow Wow's "CSI: Cyber" Hit With Cancellation
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CBS's CSI: Cyber, which starred Bow Wow, cancelled after two seasons.
According to The Boombox, Bow Wow's run on CSI: Cyber has come to an end now that the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation spin-off has ended. The website reports that the "final episode had 6.3 million viewers and a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demographic."
CSI: Cyber, which also starred Patricia Arquette and James Van Der Beek, featured a group of FBI Special Agents held responsible for investigating cyber crimes.
Although CSI: Cyber is no more, Bow Wow still has plans on starring on his own late night talk show.
Bow Wow addressed his new show in an Instagram photo with wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. A caption for the photo states the following:
"I promise to deliver the hottest and much needed late night talk variety show the game has ever seen. I did this for the culture.... We are working hard every day on this project #upwithbow im bringing your fav celebs to late night tv like you never seen before!"
Bow Wow further commented on his "next gig" in a series of messages uploaded to Twitter, earlier today (May 13).
"1st walk through of rehearsals today. This new challenge will be fun...Its way bigger than me. Nature of business. Headed to rehearsal now for next gig im announcing shortly," he wrote in two separate tweets.