What’s On This Week

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NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, Criminal Minds and CSI: Cyber are each airing a repeat on CBS this week. (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation isn’t on the schedule.)

First up, NCIS: Los Angeles will air a repeat of “Beacon” from season six at 9:59pm ET/PT tonight. Take a look at the episode synopsis below:

Callen and Sam are shocked when an old acquaintance who they thought had recently been murdered appears alive and well, asking for their help. As the team investigates, they uncover a possible breach of America’s economic sanctions against Russia.


On Tuesday at 8:00pm ET/PT, NCIS will re-air “Troll” from season twelve. Here’s the episode description:

Special Agent Ned Dorneget from NCIS cyber operations assists the team when a Navy ensign who worked in the Office of Naval Intelligence is murdered. Also, the team discovers that Jake and Gibbs have become good friends.


The summer series Zoo airs at 9:00pm ET/PT on Tuesday, followed by NCIS: NOLA at 10:00pm ET/PT. Check out the episode summary for season one’s “You’ll Do” below:

With no memory of the night before, Lasalle’s brother, Cade, turns to NCIS for help when he finds his girlfriend’s body in the trunk of his car. Despite a mountain of evidence that implicates Cade, and the case being under Captain Jim Messier and Jefferson Parish jurisdiction, Lasalle is determined to prove his brother’s innocence.


On Wednesday, Criminal Minds will re-air “A Thousand Suns” from season ten at 10:00pm ET/PT, following the summer series Extant at 9:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description:

When a passenger jet crashes in Colorado, the BAU team is called to build a profile around the suspicious circumstances. Also, the case hits close to home for Kate, who is reminded of a family tragedy.


CSI: Crime Scene Investigation isn’t on the schedule this week, but CSI: Cyber will air season one’s “L0m1s” on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT. Check out the episode description below:

The cyber crime team investigates when nine planes that departed from the same airport face a coordinated Wi-Fi attack while in flight.

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