June 24 2024

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CBS Re-Airs The ‘CSI’ Finale, Plus What’s On This Week

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CSI, NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, Criminal Minds

CSI, NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, Criminal Minds

NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, Criminal Minds and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation are airing repeats this week. (NCIS: Los Angeles and CSI: Cyber aren’t on the schedule.)

NCIS: LA isn’t on the schedule tonight. Instead, CBS is airing a repeat of Scorpion at 10:00pm ET/PT.

On Tuesday at 8:00pm ET/PT, NCIS will air a repeat of “Lost in Translation” from season twelve. Here’s the episode description:

Gibbs and Bishop travel to Afghanistan after the murder of a Marine in D.C. is linked to a terror group holding another Marine hostage overseas. Also, DiNozzo is upset that McGee was chosen to be the new face of NCIS for all recruitment brochures.

Then at 9:00pm ET/PT on Tuesday, NCIS: NOLA will re-air the season two premiere, “Sic Semper Tyranis”. Check out the episode summary below:

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.

On Wednesday, Criminal Minds will air an hour later than usual, offering season ten’s “The Boys of Sudworth Place” at 10:01pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description:

When a prominent attorney goes missing in Boston, the BAU unearths secrets in his past which could point to the reasons for his disappearance.

CSI: Cyber isn’t on the schedule Sunday. Instead, the network will re-air the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, “Immortality”, from 9:00-11:00pm ET/PT. Check out the description below:

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.

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  1. I remember reading that the reason for cancelling CSI Miami was, it had become too costly to produce. If that was the case, how did CBS suddenly find the money for CSI Cyber, bearing in mind this show must have been in production while CSI Miami last series was still being aired.I can see the same fate awaiting NCIS, There are three of them, the weakest being the latest addition. Some years back the same happened with the “Law and Order spin offs” but thankfully the production team removed the less popular ones and to date “Law and Order” + “Law and Order Special Victims Unit” are still going strong (although I do miss Criminal Intent and quirky Goren). Maybe CBS and others should concentrate on the viewing figures, the fan base and the positive feedbacks from the general public, before making the decision to cancel an extremely popular show as in the case of CSI Miami. Please CBS, FOX Network, Universal etc. if you find it impossible to continue production of a particular popular series, give the viewing public the courtesy of a fitting or appropriate ending, in other words CLOSURE. You only have to look at the endings of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, its successful spin off “Angel” and “Firefly” to see what confusing and non explanatory endings are. If people are enjoying the shows let them, they will soon tell you when they are not. Remember the old adage ” IF IT AIN’T BROKE, DON’T MEND IT”. Thank you for reading this, constructive comments are welcome. AMH Hastings

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