The “CSI” revival is losing another star.

On Thursday, TVLine reported that Mel Rodriguez, who played Chief Medical Examiner Hugo Ramirez in the first season of Global’s “CSI: Vegas”, won’t be returning for season 2.

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It is still unknown whether Rodriguez may make occasional appearances in future episodes.

The actor’s exit comes after actress Jorja Fox shared the news earlier this week that she would be following fellow original “CSI” co-star William Petersen’s lead in exiting the revival series.

“I personally just can’t split Sara and Grissom up again. So goes Grissom…..So goes Sara. Wherever they go, they belong together,” Fox wrote on Twitter.

Petersen had only ever signed on to appear in the 10-episode first season, with many wondering whether Fox would return when the show’s renewal was announced.

“There’s no expectation on [Fox and Petersen]” to return for Season 2, showrunner Jason Tracey told TVLine after the first season finale. “The door will always be open to a couple of legends, but we only asked them to come back to help us tell this finite number of episodes.”

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Though Fox and Petersen won’t be returning, the revival series has established a whole new CSI team, lead by stars Paula Newsome, Matt Lauria, Mandeep Dhillon and Mel Rodriguez.

Fans might get some other surprises though, as Tracey said of bringing back other “CSI” stars from across the franchise, “I’d be like a kid in a candy store if I got a Season 2, to kind of ‘go shopping’ and hopefully tap in some familiar faces.”

Watch past episodes of “CSI: Vegas” on the Global website.