MADONNA'S NEW SINGLE "HUNG UP" MAKES ITS NETWORK TELEVISION DEBUT ON THE CROSSOVER EPISODES OF "CSI: MIAMI" AND "CSI: NY," MONDAY, NOV. 7 AND WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9 ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
Song Is From Her Highly Anticipated New Album Confessions on A Dance Floor To Be Released On Nov. 15
Madonna's new single "Hung Up" will make its network television debut on the cross-over episodes of CSI: MIAMI and CSI: NY, Monday, Nov. 7 and Wednesday Nov. 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT, both nights) on the CBS Television Network. The recently released song by the pop legend from her new dance album Confessions on a Dance Floor will be featured during the beginning of both shows.
CSI: MIAMI is Monday's most watched program and is Number One in its time period among all key demographics. CSI: NY is the Number One program in its time period in viewers and has won its time period in adults 18-49 the past three weeks against regularly scheduled programming.
Gary Sinise (CSI: NY) guest stars on CSI: MIAMI in the first part of the two-part cross-over episode. Convicted serial killer Henry Darius confesses to an unsolved murder and is flown from New York to Miami to show the police exactly where he buried the body. However, as the plane flies into Miami, it crashes and Darius escapes. Now, as Darius begins a Miami killing spree, New York's Det. Mac Taylor (Sinise), who put Darius away the first time, comes to town to help Horatio and the team track Darius down before he kills again.
David Caruso (CSI: MIAMI) guest stars on CSI: NY in the conclusion of the two-part crossover episode. After escaping capture in Miami, serial killer Henry Darius travels to New York with a college student as his hostage in order to steal millions from her family's vault. Upon arriving, Darius kills a group of students in cold blood and leaves clues specifically for Mac of his whereabouts. Meanwhile, while in N.Y. to assist on a case, Horatio is served with a subpoena when the newly appointed DA names him a suspect in an old murder case.
CSI: MIAMI and CSI: NY are produced by CBS Productions and Alliance Atlantis Communications, in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Television.