Watching the series in 2019-2010, only 4-5 years after the initial run, it really hasn't aged well already. It now plays as an encyclopaedic dictionary of various IT nerd buzzwords, which each episode focuses on as the core theme underpinning each story. And for a virtual cyber-crime series, they do a lot of travellibg to physical places to retrieve the hardware. Maybe if the show had featured the existing tech-savvy "secondary" lab-tech characters from the existing CSI organisations promoted to a central CSI: Cyber agency, instead of random characters with no real relatable back story, apart from Ted Danson's late arrival, it may well have lasted longer. See more
[voiceover during precredit opening sequence
My name is Avery Ryan. I was a victim of cybercrime. Like you, I posted on social media; checked my bank balance online; even kept the confidential files of my psychological practice on my computer. Then I was hacked. And as a result, one of my patients was murdered. My investigation into her death led me to the F.B.I., where I joined a team of cyberexperts, to wage a war against a new breed of criminal hiding on the deep web, infiltrating our daily ...