July 20 2024

CSI Files

An archive of CSI, NCIS, Criminal Minds and crime drama news

‘Why-Fi’ Official Details, Plus What’s On This Week

3 min read
NCIS: LA, NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, Criminal Minds, CSI: Cyber

NCIS: LA, NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, Criminal Minds, CSI: Cyber

CSI: Cyber and Criminal Minds air their season premieres this week, while NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans offer new episodes.

NCIS: Los Angeles kicks off the week with “Citadel” tonight at 9:59pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode synopsis (more information here):

DEA agent Talia Del Campo (Mercedes Mason) turns to the NCIS: Los Angeles team for help after her partner is murdered. Also, after Kensi grows suspicious that Deeks is hiding something, he surprises her by introducing her to his mother (Pamela Reed).

And check out the episode promo below:

NCIS will air “Personal Day” on Tuesday at 8:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description (more information here):

Gibbs calls on the team to assist DEA Agent Luis Mitchell (John Gabriel) with a case that keeps going cold, but DiNozzo discovers there is more to Gibbs’ personal connection to the agent and his desire to help him succeed. Also, the team gossips about Gibbs’ new look after he replaces his standard military haircut and polo shirt for a modern cut and tailored dress shirt.

And here’s the episode promo:

NCIS: NOLA will follow at 9:00pm ET/PT on Tuesday. Here’s the episode description for “Shadow Unit” (more information here):

The NCIS team investigates the murder of a blogger dedicated to exposing government corruption and cover-ups and discovers a Navy Seal and CIA humanitarian mission with a dark secret.

Now check out the episode preview:

On Wednesday, Criminal Minds kicks off season eleven with “The Job” at 9:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the premiere description (more information here):

The BAU searches for a serial killer who leaves distinctive marks on victims’ faces with the help of an impressive potential new team member, forensic psychologist Dr. Tara Lewis.

And here’s the episode promo:

On Saturday, CBS will air a repeat of NCIS: New Orleans at 8:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the description for “The Walking Dead”:

A Navy lieutenant commander in impeccable shape turns to Pride and the NCIS team to solve his imminent murder after discovering he has been poisoned with a lethal dose of radiation.

The second season of CSI: Cyber will premiere in its new timeslot on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT. First, check out the promo for “Why-Fi” below:

And here’s the synopsis, followed by the official details:

Avery welcomes D.B. Russell to the team as they investigate a burglary/homicide committed by someone who hacked the home’s security system remotely. Also, Avery considers moving to a new position within the hierarchy of the FBI, Krumitz is a witness in his sister’s trial, Elijah deals with a delicate family situation and more is revealed about Nelson’s and Raven’s backgrounds.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation producer Alec Smight helmed the premiere; he has 42 directing credits for CSI (most recently “The End Game”), but this is his first time behind the camera for Cyber. Executive Producer Pam Veasey wrote “Why-Fi”; her three previous writing credits for Cyber include last season’s finale, “Family Secrets”.

The following guest stars will appear in the episode:

Landall Goolsby as Harlan
Brian Groh as Lonnie
Angela Trimbur as Francine Krumitz
Ione Butler as Ellen Peters
McKenna Roberts as Rae
Serendipity Lilliana as Harlan’s daughter
Zakary Shawn Risinger as Harlan’s son
Shiloh Nelson as Lindy
Elyse Cole as Young Francine
Shane Francis Smith as Young Krumitz
Molly Burnett as Nina
John Patrick Kelly as Judge
Tiffany C Adams as Defense Attorney
Greg Cromer as John Fable

Angela Trimbur is back as Daniel Krumitz’s (Charlie Koontz) sister Francine, who was last seen in the season one finale, “Family Secrets”. Molly Burnett appeared in the CSI: New York episode “Sláinte” during the show’s eighth season. The other actors are new to the franchise.

About The Author

Leave a Reply

Copyright © All rights reserved. | Newsphere by AF themes.