Two members of the franchise offer repeats this week, but CSI: Miami continues a string of new episodes with a serial killer on the loose. Official plot details and cast list can be found after the jump.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will air a repeat of “House of Hoarders” from earlier this season on Thursday at 9:00pm ET/PT. A woman with a “hoarding” condition was suspected of murder after a body was found decomposing in her home.
On Friday at 9:00pm ET/PT, CSI: New York will re-air this season’s “Sangre Por Sangre”. A gang leader was murdered, and the team tried to search for the killer before a war could erupt between rival gangs.
CSI: Miami is on the trail of a serial killer in “Blood Lust” on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT:
When a woman narrowly escapes death at the hands of a serial killer, Horatio will do anything to track down the psychopath.
Gina Lamar directed 11 previous episodes of Miami, most recently “See No Evil” from earlier this season. Writer Krystal Houghton Ziv has 18 credits for the series, including “See No Evil”.
The following guest stars will appear in the episode:
- Christian Clemenson as Dr. Tom Loman
- Leven Rambin as Molly Sloan
- Melanie Hawkins as Bridgette Walsh
- Alicia Witt as Michelle Baldwin
- Jeff Branson as Dennis Baldwin
- Rodney Rowland as Art Gelway
- Alicia Lagano as Tricia Quimby
- Christine Scott Bennett as Allison Caldwell
- Candice Patton as Wendy Gibson
- Marcus Giamatti as Hugh Parker
- Becky O’Donohue as Kayla Hammond
- Jesus Ruiz as Neighbor
- Boo Arnold as Swat Commander
Christian Clemenson and Leven Rambin are reprising established roles. Boo Arnold previously appeared in season four’s “Dead Air”, and he was in “Blacklist (Featuring Gravedigger)” during New York’s sixth season. Rodney Rowland was in the CSI episode “You’ve Got Male” during the show’s second season, Christine Scott Bennett appeared in the season nine episode “A Space Oddity”, Marcus Giamatti guest-starred in “Lover’s Lanes” during season ten, and Alicia Lagano was in this season’s “Pool Shark”.
The repeats of “House of Hoarders” and “Sangre Por Sangre”, as well as “Blood Lust”, begin airing March 3 on CBS.