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Elaborating, Zuiker stated that he "sort of jumped in and said, 'Naw, I don't know about this guy.The show's tough enough to get off the ground and I don't want to walk into any problems." CBS president Les Moonves had announced in January that a Miami spin-off was imminent, yet "It wasn't until we sort of, like, at the eleventh hour, really started to look at our options as to who was going to play Horatio, [Zuiker, Mendelsohn, and Donahue] revisited Caruso.Horatio believes that "evil is" and lives "between the perpetrators of this evil and the people who try and come between that evil and the citizen".Together, Horatio and Calleigh head a team of forensic investigators that includes Lieutenant Megan Donner (Kim Delaney), conceived as "a strong woman [who could] duplicate the chemistry that Caruso displayed with Marg Helgenberger" during Cross Jurisdictions, On April 17, 2002, CBS Television Studios announced plans to launch a series originally titled CSI: Miami-Dade, a spin-off to the hit procedural CSI.
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.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.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.