Emily Procter: Pippa Has Her Own Fan Following

Emily Procter: Pippa Has Her Own Fan Following When Emily Procter and boyfriend Paul Bryan decided to name their now 9-month-old daughter Pippa, they thought they had spared her from having a common name. “As an Emily, anytime I’m in any sort of a giant store, I hear it 60 times and I never know if it was for me or someone else,” she tells PEOPLE. “We were thinking it would be really nice for her to have a name that’s not everywhere. When Pippa Middleton showed up, we realized we maybe picked a name that is more everywhere than Emily all of a sudden.” 
And much like her famous namesake, Pippa, who was born in December 2010, has developed a fan following of her own: mom’s coworkers on the set of CSI: Miami. 
“We have a crew that has a lot of children,” Procter, 43, says. “I’ll set her down for rehearsal and they’ll all watch her. It’s great to see these giant grip and electric dudes playing with a baby.”
Striking a balance between career and motherhood has come easy for Procter, who returned to the set only four weeks after giving birth, and has proven to be an exciting learning experience for her little one, as well.
“The first time I went back to work with her where she was sort of sitting up and present, she tried to pull my lashes off. She was very confused as to what I had on my face,” Procter jokes. “But now she’ll sit in my lap when I have my makeup put on. I feel like it’s a good experience for her because she gets to be around so many people and it’s interesting and she does enjoy it. She always seems very excited.” 
With her first birthday fast approaching, Pippa’s personality has also started to assert itself, sometimes to disastrous results. “She discovered how to unroll the toilet paper the other day,” Procter shares. “I had her on the floor in the bathroom and I’m getting ready and I know that everything is picked up and I think I’m totally safe and I turn around, and there is a big pile of toilet paper. And of course she’s trying to eat it.” 
“I absolutely just love it,” she adds. “It’s just such a fun thing to do, to be with her.” 
Her status as new mom also inspired Procter to partner with clothing manufacturer No nonsense to launch the Socks for America campaign, which aims to donate one million pairs of children’s socks to the charity Kids in Distressed Situations. 
“When I was in college, I had an after-school program with kids that were below the poverty line that I worked with, and I noticed with them that several of them never even had socks,” she says. “That was the first time I had experience with how important an item this is. I just felt like if I can be a part of a team that’s helping people, that is my goal just after becoming a mom. I’m really hoping that the message will get out there.” 

– Kiran Hefa source: celebritybabies.people

TV Guide: CSI: Miami Season 10: Will Marisol's Return Help Horatio Finally Move On?

CSI: Miami's 10th season premiere will find Horatio seeing ghosts.
Picking up from last season's cliff-hanger, Sunday's episode (10/9c, CBS) begins with Horatio (David Caruso) badly injured from a gunshot wound but still desperate to rescue Natalia (Eva La Rue), who's trapped inside the trunk of a car that's been pushed off the pier. But never fear: Horatio's deceased wife Marisol (Alana De La Garza) is on the job.

"We're really telling a story about how these predicaments affect these characters on a deep, personal level," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells TVGuide.com. "Our premiere has Horatio Caine in a very surprising, but very revelatory, encounter with Marisol. It is a very personal encounter that gives him inspiration and insight into his predicament and ultimately how that predicament resolves."

More importantly, Horatio's vision may finally help him say goodbye to Marisol. "He is able for the first time to deal with and perhaps process that intimate and devastating loss in his life," O'Brien says. "Horatio is in that phase where, as closure is happening, all sorts of powerful emotions rise to the surface, and there's also ... an opportunity for transition, for moving on."

Moving forward in life may be a theme for multiple CSIs, this season. Calleigh, whose portrayer Emily Procter was sidelined for a part of Season 9 because of pregnancy, will begin searching for fulfillment outside of the crime lab by considering starting her own family.

"We're sort of playing with the maternal instincts and a sense of journey for Calleigh," O'Brien says. "She's looking for what may be more of a complete life for her. She does have a very tender interaction with a child ... and they're brought together in a very intimate, tender way. It certainly opens her eyes to a deeper sense of what's out there for her."

Consequently, Calleigh may give a second look at resuming her hot-and-cold relationship with Delko (Adam Rodriguez). "They work together in such an intimate fashion, and they've had such a history together," O'Brien says. "You see the power and depth of their feelings toward each other. The door is open, and we see them step through just a bit. They're certainly examining the possibility of what their future holds, and we might see them taking just a few more steps together."

Natalia's season won't be as cheery. After surviving a number of brushes with death last season, Natalia will be a bit shaky. "It has a profound impact on her," O'Brien says. "You'll see her look for support from the team around her as she gets her legs back underneath her and regains her confidence. [CSIs'] instincts have to be sharp, and Natalia has a little bit of a distance to travel to get back to that place."

Indeed, all of the team members will have to be on their A-game when they have to reconstruct a crime scene that has been shattered and scattered by a tornado. And the team will have to help a female Mexican police chief who flees to Miami to prevent a drug cartel from murdering her family.

But perhaps this season's most disturbing story is that of a depraved serial killer whose terror spree is able to continue because of his father's deep pockets. 24's Carlos Bernard will recur as the patriarch of this rich family who will taunt Horatio all season long.

"There will be a very high-octane relationship between the two," O'Brien says. "A hero is only as heroic as his opposition is deadly, so we're really going to go there with this character.

"We're going to discover that over the course of the season that they may be pulling a lot more strings politically than meets the eye," O'Brien continues."That will be a driving theme through Season 10 — that Horatio may not completely understand the face of evil that is facing him. ... Horatio's fight for justice might just get compromised."

CSI: Miami premieres Sunday at 10/9c on CBS.

CSI:Miami tonight: 10.01 Season 10 premiere


Natasha Henstridge ("Species") Returns as Agent Renee Locklear 

Alana De La Garza Returns as Horatio’s Late Wife, Marisol Caine 

"Countermeasures" — Horatio and Natalia’s lives hang in the balance, as Horatio stands between Natalia and certain death. Meanwhile, it’s a race against time for the team to capture escaped killer Jack Toller before he kills again, on CSI: MIAMI, Sunday, Sept. 25 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Natasha Henstridge ("Species") returns as Agent Renee Locklear and Alana De La Garza returns as Horatio’s late wife, Marisol Caine. 

Horatio Caine………..David Caruso 
Calleigh Duquesne…..Emily Procter 
Eric Delko…………...Adam Rodriguez 
Ryan Wolfe………….Jonathan Togo 
Det. Frank Tripp…….Rex Linn 
Natalia Boa Vista……Eva La Rue 
Walter Simmons……..Omar Miller 

Agent Renee Locklear........ Natasha Henstridge 
Jack Toller.......................... Callum Keith Rennie 
Randy North....................... Ethan Embry 
Marisol Caine..................... Alana De La Garza 
Leo Kendry........................ Mark Hengst 
Melanie Garland................. Rachel Brosnahan 
Ricky Galindo..................... Will Rothhaar 
Austin North....................... Maxim Knight 
Doctor................................ Brian Ibsen 
Nurse................................. June Carryl 
Register Clerk..................... Miguel Perez 
Toller’s Mother................... Eileen Grubba 
Young Jack Toller............... Shane Roney 
Female Reporter................. Dana Ward 
Male News Anchor............ Eliott Rodriguez 
EMT.................................. Chris Judd 

 Marc Dube & Barry O'Brien 

Source: CBS

Taken from: SpoilerTV 



Chris Redman: Michael Travers and so much more - Interview

by Lusiana Maggiore
AnAwardForEmily has had the pleasure to have a nice chat (via email) with Christopher Redman, best known by CSI:Miami fanatics as Micheal Travers, British lab tech and often comic relief on the show. A few questions for him and he has found the time to answer them back for us, we'll know how CSI:Miami cast spend their long hours on the set and everything Chris is working on, because, believe me, even if he is not always on the show, he knows how to keep himself busy! And we'll see in some good thing...

Has your life somehow changed after you've been cast in CSI:Miami?
-I've never been on a show with such a devoted fan base! It feels great to be a part of the CSI family and to know how many people enjoy the show. Interacting with fans has been really fun.

 How is life on the CSI:Miami set? Funny and relaxed like everyone says?
- The days on the set are very relaxed for the most part. Everyone is so comfortable with each other, we can all just be ourselves and get to the work. The hours can be long so cast and crew definitely like to keep it easy and joke around a little, play music and face-off in online Scrabble.

Are you working on some projects, aside CSI:Miami?
-Yeah! Because Travers is only in every other episode ( or so) I have time to work on other films and shows. I'll be in an episode of Rizzoli And Isles on TNT airing in October and a film called The Big Year also in October with Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson where I play a birdwatcher on his honeymoon.....in the arctic. Small part but so much fun. I also like to do a lot of writing and painting...but that's just for my own sanity.

How is it to work with Emily Procter?
-Emily is always so warm and lovely to work with. I wish she came into my lab more! She is very funny in real life and such a talented actor, I know it'll be a hoot if she's coming in.

We have seen Travers is in some episodes of the new season, what can we expect?
-Well, without giving away too much, let's just say I get a gun and a badge. ( pause) I'm kidding. More fun in the lab, helping the gang out with my sizable brain and a few classic Travers british-isms for good measure. The writer's are tapping into his sense of humour more, which I love.

 Your favorite CSI:Miami episode?
- Well, my favorite to shoot is a toss up between "Dissolved" because I got to go outside!! That one and the episode where I quote the Lord Byron poem to Horatio was pretty hilarious.

 A big thanks again to Chris for being so nice to his fans, we wish him the best for his career and, well, can't wait to see him back on CSI:Miami Sunday Sept 25th on CBS for the season 10 premiere. See you all there!



Sunday 9/18 7:30 pm ET / 4:30 pm PT on CBS: Go behind the scenes of Sunday nights' line-up including The Amazing Race, The Good Wife and CSI: Miami!
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Elle.com: Celebrity Sorority Sisters - Emily Procter

Emily Procter

 When Emily Procter attended East Carolina University—Sandra Bullock’s alma mater—she tried to join the theater department but was told she didn’t have what it takes to be an actress. So the future CSI: Miami star became a journalism major and joined Alpha Delta Pi, the oldest secret society for college women. Another Southern belle who pledged ADPi is CNN’s Nancy Grace (Valdosta State). While at VSU, Grace became engaged to Keith Griffin, a star on the school’s baseball team whose random murder inspired Grace to practice law. Grace’s CNN colleague Judy Woodruff is also her sorority sister (from Duke), as is Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Carol Shields (Hanover College).

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CSI:Miami Adam Rodriguez and Emily Procter BTS picture

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Here is a behind the scene picture of what should be the end of the Season 10 premiere, airing Sept 25th, 10pm on CBS.

Thanks to @Theitgirlonline


CSI:Miami Season 10 premiere CTV promo

An extended CTV promo has been added to the videogallery.

CSI:Miami premiere Sept 25th, 10 pm, on CBS.


Big Fail for CBS site, someone's forgotten Emily Procter!

Fans all over the world are horrified, where is Emily? CBS has launched CSI:Miami new page on their official site , you go to the cast list and...

Yeah, where is Emily? 
Fans are surely not happy about that. After a season of CSI:Miami catching a few glimpses of the series leading lady, due to her pregnancy, "Emilicious fans" have been itching all Summer waiting for the 10th season milestone to have, at last, Calleigh Duquesne back to her second-in-command spot next to Horatio Caine. 
Well, nothing against Eva LaRue, whose talent has been shining in Emily's absence, but fans where surely not happy to see Natalia BoaVista's smiling at them from Calleigh's ten-year place.
Twitter has been buzzing and even summertime quite TalkCSI is advancing some theories, is this an unwanted spoiler or just a mistake?
We surely hope for a mistake and wait patiently for CBS explanation about what happened. After ten-year on command this is absolutely not the proper way to treat our Southern Bullet girl...and fans are screaming for respect!

What do you think?

(post your comments below!)