CSI: Cyber, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans and Criminal Minds will each air a new episode on CBS this week.
NCIS: Los Angeles kicks off the week with “Driving Miss Diaz” tonight at 10:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode synopsis (more information here):
The NCIS Los Angeles team investigates a 20-year old Peruvian massacre after a well-known fashion model, believed to be one of the survivors, is now a potential target. Also, Kensi goes undercover as the model’s assistant and Deeks as her chauffeur.
And check out the episode promo below:
NCIS will air “Incognito” on Tuesday at 8:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description (more information here):
After a Marine is found murdered in Quantico hours after calling Gibbs to discuss a possible case, Bishop and McGee go undercover as a married couple to run surveillance on a Marine Lieutenant and his wife.
And here’s the episode promo:
NCIS: NOLA will follow at 9:00pm ET/PT on Tuesday. Here’s the description for “Touched By the Sun” (more information here):
When a female combat pilot and Navy hero dies in an air-show plane crash, the NCIS team must investigate if it’s the fault of the pilot or the new jet that was just approved to deploy to bases globally.
Now check out the episode preview:
On Wednesday, Criminal Minds offers “The Witness” at 9:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description (more information here):
When a Los Angeles bus is attacked with sarin gas, the BAU must act quickly to find the suspect before a larger-scale incident occurs.
And here’s the episode promo:
On Saturday, CBS will air a repeat of Criminal Minds at 9:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the description for “If the Shoe Fits”:
The BAU is stumped to find the common denominator among male victims in Montana, making it difficult to profile the UnSub. Also, JJ must confront her feelings about her sister’s tragic death.
The second episode of CSI: Cyber’s second season airs on Sunday. CBS has scheduled “Heart Me” to air at 10:30pm ET/10:00pm PT, to accommodate Sunday night football delays on the East Coast. First, check out the promo below:
And here’s the synopsis, followed by the official details:
When Raven’s friend, Tracey (Lyndon Smith), is fired, evicted and her bank accounts emptied as a result of being hacked by a man she met on a dating app, Raven helps to locate the culprit. However, Raven asks for her team’s help when the hacker is found dead and Tracy wakes up in a motel room with the murder weapon and no memory of what happened.
This is the first time Matt Earl Beesley has directed Cyber, but he previously helmed two episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (most recently “Eleven Angry Jurors”), 16 episodes of CSI: Miami (“No Good Deed”) and seven episodes of CSI: New York (“The Real McCoy”). Story editor Kate Sargeant Curtis penned “Heart Me”, and she has previous writing credits for “Killer En Route” and “URL, Interrupted”.
The following guest stars will appear in the episode:
Christopher Cousins as Mason Lynne
Lyndon Smith as Tracy Jacobs
Grant Harvey as Holden Katnik
Marco Sanchez as Detective Gonzalez
Cristen Irene as Cashier
Graciella Evelina Martinez as HR Rep
AJ Tannen as Mr Williams
Scott Broderick Landlord
Tony Daly as Police Officer
Alton Clemente as Officer
Dana Melanie as Marcie Lindell
Keli Daniels as Madeline Jacobs
Kelly Chavers as Clerk
McKenna Grace as Michelle Mundo
McKenna Grace is back as Elijah Mundo’s (James Van Der Beek) daughter, Michelle, who was last seen in “CMND:\Crash” during season one. Christopher Cousins has appeared on Miami (“Nothing to Lose”), New York (“YoungBlood”) and CSI (“Helpless”). Grant Harvey was in the CSI: NY episode “Civilized Lies” during the show’s ninth season, and “Let’s Make a Deal” during the fifteenth season of CSI. Marco Sanchez has guest-starred on New York (“Tanglewood”) and Miami (“Broken Home”). Graciella Evelina Martinez appeared in the Miami episode “Body Count” during the show’s first season, and she was also in the CSI episode “Miscarriage of Justice” during season nine. Tony Daly has been on CSI: NY (“Bad Beat”) and CSI (“Pool Shark”).
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