Here is the cast list and official details for the series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, plus NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans air their season premieres. (Criminal Minds and CSI: Cyber aren’t on the schedule.)
NCIS: Los Angeles kicks off season seven with “Active Measures” tonight at 9:59pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode synopsis (more information here):
When Callen goes rogue and embarks on a secret mission that leaves Sam and the team in the dark, Hetty demands that his operation be shut down and tasks the team with finding him.
And check out the episode promo below:
NCIS will air the season 13 premiere, “Stop the Bleeding”, on Tuesday at 8:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description (more information here):
Gibbs fights for his life aboard a Navy hospital ship after being shot, while DiNozzo and Joanna Teague travel to Shanghai to try and take down the Calling.
And here’s the episode promo:
NCIS: NOLA will follow at 9:00pm ET/PT on Tuesday. Here’s the episode description for the season two premiere, “Sic Semper Tyrannis” (more information here):
After a military convoy is bombed on a New Orleans bridge, Pride and the team plan a dangerous undercover operation to retrieve a stolen missile and prevent an attack on a U.S. Naval ship.
Now check out the episode preview:
Criminal Minds isn’t on the schedule Wednesday. Instead, CBS will air Survivor from 8:00-9:30pm ET/PT, followed by Big Brother from 9:30-11:00pm ET/PT. Minds will be back next week with the season 11 premiere.
This Sunday, the two-hour series finale of CSI will air at 9:00pm ET/PT. (CSI: Cyber will premiere in the 10:00pm ET/PT timeslot the following week.) First, here’s the episode promo for “Immortality, Part 1” and “Immortality, Part 2”:
And here’s the synopsis, followed by the official details:
In the special two-hour series finale, a catastrophic event paralyzes Las Vegas, and Gil Grissom, Catherine Willows and Jim Brass return to help the team with the investigation. Also, D.B. Russell and Sara Sidle make decisions regarding the future of their crime-fighting careers, and Lady Heather returns, creating maniacal controversy between Grissom and Sidle.
Executive Producer Louis Milito directed the two-part finale, which marks his nineteenth credit for CSI; he most recently helmed “Rubbery Homicide” during season fifteen. “Immortality” was written by series creator Anthony Zuiker, whose 32 previous writing credits include the CSI: Cyber backdoor pilot, “Kitty”.
The following guest stars will appear in the episode:
William Petersen as Gil Grissom
Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows
Paul Guilfoyle as Jim Brass
Melinda Clarke as Lady Heather
Katie Stevens as Lindsey Willows
Marc Vann as Conrad Ecklie
Michael Beach as Harbor Patrol SD Scinta
Ariana Devitta as Helena
Morgan Bastin as Maria
Kyle Newacheck as Paramedic
Rick Kelly as Mr. Karmimi
Alexandra Barreto as Romina Gonzalez
Yasmine Aker as Aisha Karmimi
Breeda Wool as Rebecca O’Bryan
Paul Bartholomew as Parent
Jason Gerhardt as Anthony Hurst Bomb Tech
Doug Hutchison as Dalton Betton
Andrew Friedman as Preston Schember
Roxy Wood as Andre Winnyton
Gregg Turkington as Lawrence Territo
Gabriel Cordell as Marlow Rooney
Larry Mitchell as Officer Larry Mitchell
William Petersen is back as former boss Gil Grissom, whose final appearance as a series regular was in the season nine episode “One to Go”. He was last seen onscreen in season eleven’s “The Two Mrs Grissoms”, and his voice was most recently heard in season thirteen’s “Dead Air”. Marg Helgenberger returns as Catherine Willows, who left the show in the season 12 episode “Willows in the Wind”. She appeared (via flashbacks) in the 300th episode, “Frame by Fame”, during season fourteen. Paul Guilfoyle was written out of the show after the season 14 finale, “Dead in His Tracks”. Katie Stevens brings back the role of Catherine’s daughter, Lindsey, who was previously played by Kay Panabaker (“World’s End”) and Madison McReynolds (“Weeping Willows”). Melinda Clarke was last seen as Lady Heather in the season 11 episode “Unleashed”. Marc Vann and Larry Mitchell are reprising their established recurring roles.
Jason Gerhardt played Squad Leader Anthony Hurst in season fourteen’s “Under a Cloud” and the season 15 premiere, “The CSI Effect”. Alexandra Barreto has previously appeared on CSI (“Art Imitates Life”) and CSI: New York (“Trapped”). Doug Hutchison has been on CSI (“Stalker”) and CSI: Miami (“Slow Burn”). Rick Kelly guest-starred in the Miami episode “Felony Flight” during the show’s fourth season. Roxy Wood voiced Andre in the 2003 CSI video game. The other actors are new to the franchise.