Friday, October 9, 2015

Remote Possibilities: Ozzy on 'CSI,' 'Nashville'

A few things to watch (or feed your DVR).

Remote Possibilities: Ozzy on 'CSI,' 'Nashville'

Ozzy Osbourne (left) with James Callis in Wednesday´s Season 13 finale of "CSI"
Ozzy Osbourne (left) with James Callis in Wednesday's Season 13 finale of "CSI" Sonja Flemming/CBS

Long before MTV turned him into America's favorite befuddled dad in "The Osbournes," Ozzy Osbourne sang with  Black Sabbath.

If you're watching "CSI," which wraps up its 13th season Wednesday (10 p.m., CBS 3), having managed to outlive both its spinoffs, you probably don't need me telling you that. Which may be why Black Sabbath will premiere its new single, "End of the Beginning," for "CSI" fans tonight. And as you can see in the video, Ozzy will still be playing his befuddled self.

Not into metal? There's always "Nashville" (10 p.m., 6 ABC), whose next-to-the-last episode of the season sounds plot-heavy but is bound to include at least a little music.






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