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And [they] said, 'Yeah, we'll have him come out for dinner, see what he's about.'" Caruso was later cast as Caine.
He was the last pilot cast member to be contracted to series.
First cast was Emily Procter, as Calleigh Duquesne.
Regarding her decision to leave The West Wing and join Miami, Procter stated that "It was like choosing between a boyfriend that wants to be with you casually or a man that says I love you." She described her character as "a weird girl [...] bright and very nerdy.
Delaney in the credits." In late 2002, despite receiving excellent feedback from producers, Delaney departed the cast after ten episodes.
CBS issued a statement noting that Delaney's character had become less integral to the series as it progressed, "they had hoped to duplicate the sparks between William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger on the original CSI," noted EW, but Delaney and Caruso's chemistry was lackluster. Indoor scenes were shot at Raleigh Manhattan Studios in Manhattan Beach, California.
She wears a lot of boot-cut corduroy pants and turquoise necklaces and looks like a hippie.
I just like to pretend I'm Velma in Scooby-Doo." Adam Rodriguez, Rory Cochrane, and Khandi Alexander were cast alongside Procter, completing the supporting ensemble. Zuiker, who stated that he had "heard about the NYPD Blue thing", was initially hesitant.
Zuiker, and Ann Donahue, with Ann Donahue acting as show-runner.
Following the back-door pilot, Zuiker stated that he believed the series "needed a little more balance in terms of a leading woman".
Executives offered Sela Ward the part of Megan Donner, a lieutenant and Horatio's former boss.
On the location choice, co-creator Carol Mendelsohn stated that "[she, Anthony E.
Zuiker, and Ann Donahue] felt Miami was the most happening place [...] Miami is so rich as a character. There are so many different cultures here all colliding. All that gives Miami an edge." CBS ordered 22 episodes of the series, with Anthony Zuiker stating that whilst he intended for the series to look "ridiculously gorgeous", he felt that the "show [was] not about women walking around in bikinis.