CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s season 15 finale, “End Game”, will find several characters in mortal danger. (Spoilers after the jump!)
NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans have new episodes on the schedule tonight, and you can find sneak peeks, tweets and photos after the jump!
Eric Roberts appeared in the season 13 finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, “Skin in the Game”, along with the season 14 premiere, “The Devil and DB Russell”. According to TV Line, he’ll reprise his role as Brother Daniel Larson for the season 15 finale next month, titled “End Game”. Here’s a quote from Executive Producer Don McGill:
We’re super excited about Eric Roberts returning to CSI to reprise his role as the silk-shirt smooth preacher-pimp, Brother Larson. Eric is always a blast to work with, and it’s always a privilege to be in his company and watch him do his magic.
As CSI Files previously reported, “End Game” will mark the final episode for original cast member George Eads (Nick Stokes), who is saying goodbye to the crime drama after 15 seasons.
As CSI Files previously reported, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will not air this Sunday, January 11. Instead, CBS has pushed the entire primetime lineup back an hour, putting a new episode of The Good Wife at 10:00pm ET/PT. CSI will also not be on the schedule next Sunday, January 18. CBS will air a new episode of the freshman drama Scorpion in the 10:00pm ET/PT timeslot following NFL’s AFC Championship game.
The next new episode of CSI, “Merchants of Menace”, is scheduled for January 25. According to the latest press release, the episode will air in its usual 10:00pm ET/PT timeslot; however, the official schedule on CBS Press Express indicates that CSI will air back-to-back episodes that night from 9:00-11:00pm ET/PT. (We’ll post a clarification when more information is available.)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s leading man Ted Danson (DB Russell) has been cast in the 10-episode second season of FX’s anthology miniseries Fargo. Season two will serve as a prequel for the show’s first season, and it will feature an entirely new cast. Danson will play Hank Larsson, the Sheriff of Rock County, Minnesota in 1979. The character is described as an “unflappable WWII vet who embodies a certain cowboy poetry.”
The CSI cast is currently filming the season 15 finale, which will be finished by the time Fargo starts shooting later this month. Fargo will film from January to May, which should not interfere with CSI’s schedule if the show returns for a sixteenth season.
The People’s Choice Awards 2015 will air live on CBS tonight from 9:00-11:00pm ET (delayed PT). As CSI Files previously reported, NCIS, Criminal Minds and NCIS: New Orleans are all up for awards; Shemar Moore (Minds’ Derek Morgan) and New Orleans star Scott Bakula (Dwayne Pride) are also nominated. (The full list of nominees can be found here.)
NCIS: Los Angeles stars Daniela Ruah (Kensi Blye) and Eric Christian Olsen (Marty Deeks) are two of the celebrities scheduled to attend the awards, along with CSI: Cyber’s leading lady Patricia Arquette (Avery Ryan) and former NCIS star Cote de Pablo (Ziva David).
NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans aired new episodes last night. You can find ratings, links to watch the episodes, and promos for next week after the jump, along with 28 embedded tweets and photos from the cast and crew!
NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans are back with new episodes tonight, and you can find sneak peeks, spoilers, tweets and photos after the jump!
NCIS: Los Angeles aired a new episode last night, and you can find ratings and links to watch the episode after the jump!
The cast and crew of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation are currently filming the final episode of the season:
— CSI Writers' Room (@CSIWritersRoom) January 5, 2015
You can find two more tweets after the jump, which contain minor spoilers!
NCIS: Los Angeles is back tonight with a brand new episode, and you can find sneak peeks, tweets and photos after the jump!
NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans return with new episodes this week. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was originally listed to air on Sunday, but it appears that primetime changes have bumped it from the schedule. (Criminal Minds will be back with a new episode next week.)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation aired a new episode last night. You can find ratings, video links and the next episode’s promo after the jump!