Later this month, CBS will air an episode of CSI: Cyber on a special night and time. “URL, Interrupted” is scheduled to air on Tuesday, April 21 at 10:00pm ET/PT. The following night, “Selfie 2.0” will air in the show’s usual 10:00pm ET/PT timeslot on Wednesday, April 22.
After the jump, you can find news about Cyber, along with videos and interviews featuring Patricia Arquette (Avery Ryan), James Van Der Beek (Elijah Mundo), Shad Moss (Brody Nelson), Charley Koontz (Daniel Krumitz), Hayley Kiyoko (Raven Ramirez), Peter MacNicol (Simon Sifter) and Producer Mary Aiken that have been shared over the past few weeks.
The series premiere of CSI: Cyber, “Kidnapping 2.0”, gained 3.97 million viewers when the Nielsen live + plus 7-day ratings were tallied for the week ending March 8. The final numbers were 14.43 million viewers and a 2.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
CSI Files previously posted videos called “The Takeaway with Mary Aiken”, relating to the first three episodes of the Cyber season. Aiken, the cyberpsychologist whose work inspired the character of Avery Ryan, offered insight into the storylines and technology featured in each episode. Here are “The Takeaway” videos for episodes four and five, “Fire Code” and “Crowd Sourced”:
Moss, Van Der Beek and Arquette spoke to Newsweek last month, and here’s a quote from Arquette:
Do you consider yourself to be tech savvy?
No I do not. Before, during or after. I do know a lot more than I knew, a lot more. There is a long way to go. What is crazy about making this show, this technology is constantly morphing and it is very difficult for law enforcement to keep up. It is the Wild West and we are in crazy times.
Arquette was on The Late Late Show with James Corden on March 24. You can find several clips below:
Van Der Beek visited The Late Late Show on April 8, and you can watch the full episode here, or check out these clips:
Van Der Beek also visited The Ellen Show earlier this month. Check out a clip below:
Arquette announced that she’s writing a memoir to be published by Random House. “Over the years, the public has come to know aspects of me through my roles in film and television,” she said in a press release. “Writing a memoir will be a new and intimate artistic journey for me, and I hope to bring to it the same honesty I have always sought to bring to my work as an actor.”
Here’s a video featuring Moss talking about his Cyber character:
Koontz spoke to #ConversationsLIVE last month, and you can find the audio embedded below:
CTV News shared a short interview with Moss, which you can watch here.
Popular TV posted a preview of an interview they did with Kiyoko, including this quote:
On balancing music with acting: “It’s been perfectly planned in a weird, unplanned way. These industries are so up and down, so to balance the two…sometimes they get into a groove and just flow together.”
Koontz also spoke with Entertainment Drive-Thru, and you can listen to the audio below:
— Ent. Drive-Thru (@edrivethru) April 8, 2015
TV Insider did an article about Moss, and costar MacNicol had this to say about him:
Bow is a joy–on screen and off. I could never have predicted that he and I would end up spending so much time together on the set, but there we are–arms over each other’s shoulders and reduced to helpless tears of laughter. That’s pretty remarkable considering we’re 12 generations apart.
Finally, check out these tweets and photos:
— James Van Der Beek (@vanderjames) March 25, 2015
— CSI: Cyber (@CSICyber) March 27, 2015
— James Van Der Beek (@vanderjames) April 3, 2015
— The Late Late Show (@latelateshow) April 9, 2015
— CSI: Cyber (@CSICyber) April 10, 2015