The franchise offers three new episodes featuring a dark family secret, a young witness and a CSI on the suspect list. Official plot details and cast lists after the jump.
Starting out the week on Monday at 10:00pm ET/PT, the CSI: Miami team will discover that looks can be deceiving in “Mommie Deadest”:
When a suburban soccer mom is murdered, the CSIs uncover her family’s dark past, while Delko continues his undercover mission.
Co-executive producer Gina Lamar has directed nine previous episodes of Miami, including “Delko for the Defense” earlier this season. Krystal Houghton co-wrote “Mommie Deadest” with Brett Mahoney. Houghton has 16 writing credits, most recently for this season’s “Getting Axed”. Mahoney penned two previous episodes: “Dude, Where’s My Groom?” and “In the Wind”.
The following guest stars will appear in the episode:
- Christian Clemenson as Tom Loman
- Wes Ramsey as Dave Benton
- Christina Chang as Rebecca Nevins
- David Lee Smith as Rick Stetler
- Brad Leland as John ‘Sully’ Sullivan
- Olesya Rulin as Andrea Williams
- Colin Ford as Cody Williams
- Fay Masterson as Laura Williams
- Mark Moses as Chuck Williams
- Nic Robuck as Logan Price
- Marc Raducci as Joel Clark
- Andrea Bogart as Bridgette Clark
- Brighid Fleming as Young Andrea Williams
- Cameron Castaneda as Bradley Williams
- Katie Ward as ND Guest #1
- Matt Huhn as ND Guest #2
Christian Clemenson, Wes Ramsey and David Lee Smith are reprising established recurring roles. Christina Chang is back as State Attorney Rebecca Nevins, who was last seen in “LA” earlier this season, and Brad Leland returns as John “Sully” Sullivan for the first time since “Die By the Sword”. Mark Moses appeared in the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode “Sex, Lies and Larvae” during the show’s first season. Andrea Bogart was on CSI: New York in season three’s “Not What It Looks Like”. The other actors are new to the franchise.
On Wednesday at 10:00pm ET/PT, CSI: New York investigates a crime against children in “Unusual Suspects”:
When Mac and Aubrey come across the scene of a 14-year-old boy who has been shot in front of his 12-year-old brother, it takes Mac’s drive for justice to another level.
Cinematographer Marshall Adams has helmed four episodes of New York, most recently season five’s “Prey”. Wendy Battles wrote nine previous episodes, including “Flag on the Play” from earlier this year. She co-wrote “Unusual Suspects” with John Dove, who has ten credits—most recently for this season’s “Second Chances”.
The following actors and actresses will appear in guest-starring roles:
- Mädchen Amick as Aubrey Hunter
- Aaron Refvem as Sam Harris
- Bridger Zadina as Nicky Harris
- Tim Chiou as Vince
- Gina Philips as Maddie Harris
- Andrew J. West as Johnny Cook
- Candice Candelori as Teller
- William Spencer as Troy Castro
Rounding out the week on Thursday at 9:00pm ET/PT, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will air the first half of the season finale, “Doctor Who”:
The CSI team must investigate one of their own when Langston is accused by a former colleague of being part of the Dr. Jekyll murders, on part one of a two-part season finale.
This is the tenth time Jeffrey Hunt has directed an episode of CSI. His most recent credit is for “Better Off Dead” from earlier this season. Tom Mularz has three previous writing credits for the show, including this season’s “Neverland”.
“Doctor Who” will feature the following guest stars:
- Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle
- Marc Vann as Conrad Ecklie
- Archie Kao as Archie Johnson
- Larry Mitchell as Officer Mitchell
- Bill Irwin as Nate Haskell
- Jeff Perry as Vince Grady
- David Boswell as Lou Brennan
- Monet Mazur as Heidi Custer
- Susan Rhea Lynch as Female Clerk
- Scott Cohen as Aaron Custer
Jorja Fox, Marc Vann and Archie Kao are reprising established roles, and Larry Mitchell is back as Officer Mitchell. Bill Irwin first appeared as the “Dick and Jane” serial killer Nate Haskell in “19 Down” and “One to Go” last season. Jeff Perry was in “Last Laugh” during season three, and he was in the CSI: NY episode “Criminal Justice” earlier this year. Monet Mazur guest-starred in “Born to Kill” during Miami‘s fifth season, and Scott Cohen appeared in last season’s New York episode “Yahrzeit”.
“Mommie Deadest”, “Unusual Suspects” and “Doctor Who” begin airing May 10 on CBS.