'CSI: Miami' to lose Eddie Cibrian, 'Karate Kid' headed to FX

eddie-cibrian-csi-miam-320.jpg Eddie Cibrian's ex-wife isn't the only one who's bidding him adios.

"CSI: Miami" is reportedly done with the Jesse Cardoza character now that Delko (Adam Rodriguez) will be returning, says E! Online.

Spoiler alert! If you don't want even a hint of how Cardoza will be taking leave, stop reading now.

We and Horatio Caine have warned you *puts on sunglasses*

Supposedly, Cardoza's character will be killed off, never to return. There aren't any other details, but perhaps a jealous wife is involved?

In other TV news:

 - FX has waxed on about the box office champ "The Karate Kid," nabbing the TV rights to the summer flick, reports Deadline. The network has also snapped up "The A-Team," "Date Night" and "The Tooth Fairy."

 - Over at The Hollywood Reporter, we hear that "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" star Thomas Dekker will join "Cinema Verite," an HBO film. The film will be a documentary about the PBS documentary series "An American Family," a forerunner of today's reality docudramas. Dekker will play gay son Lance, joining Tim Robbins and Diane Lane as his parents, Bill and Pat Loud. James Gandolfini will play Craig Gilbert, "Family's" producer.

 - Finally, Style has an appetite for "Jerseylicious." The network has expanded the show's second-season order from 10 to 20. It's a no-brainer vote of confidence since the first season was Style's most-watched newcomer among its target female demo.

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