The franchise offers one new episode this week, which features murder and kidnapping after a role-playing game goes wrong. The official plot details and cast list can be found after the jump.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation starts out the week with a repeat of this season’s “Maid Man” on Wednesday at 10:00pm ET/PT. Someone shot the former mayor of Las Vegas at the grand opening of the Mob Museum, and the team had to delve into the past to discover who pulled the trigger.
On Friday, CSI: New York investigates a killer game in “Brooklyn ‘Til I Die” at 9:00pm ET/PT:
The CSIs investigate when a role-playing game turns lethal, with one player falling victim to a bona fide killer and the other kidnapped and held for ransom.
Eric Laneuville has four previous directing credits for CSI: NY, including last season’s “Nothing for Something”. Supervising Producer Aaron Rahsaan Thomas penned this episode, which marks his eighth credit for the series; he previously wrote “Air Apparent” from earlier this season.
The following guest stars will appear in the episode:
- Megan Dodds as Christine Whitney
- Ben Bledsoe as Preston Seville Jr
- Jerry Kernion as Lonnie Tucci
- Jamie Hill as Michelle Lewis
- Richard Portnow as Preston Seville, Sr
- Gene Farber as Jake Williams
- Matt McKane as George Williams
- Patrick St. Esprit as Gerald Branson
- James Logan as Thin Man
- Frankie Shaw as Kelly Rose
- James Ellis Lane as Ray Nelson
- Jaret Sacrey as Stan Whitney
Megan Dodds makes her debut as Mac’s new potential love interest Christine. Ben Bledsoe appeared in “Young Man With a Horn” during the ninth season of CSI, and Gene Farber was in season ten’s “Sin City Blue”. Patrick St. Esprit guest-starred in the CSI: Miami episode “Prey” during the show’s fourth season. The other actors are new to the franchise.
CSI: Miami will re-air “Look Who’s Taunting” from earlier this season on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT. The team was on the hunt for a twisted new serial killer, and the race was on to find a missing young woman before she could become his next victim.
The repeat of “Maid Man”, “Brooklyn ‘Til I Die” and the repeat of “Look Who’s Taunting” begin airing February 1 on CBS.