‘404: Flight Not Found’ Official Details, Plus What’s On This Week

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NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans and CSI: Cyber return from the winter hiatus with new episodes this week. (Criminal Minds isn’t on the schedule.)

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

Kensi and Deeks go undercover at a decommissioned nuclear power plant as the team investigates the radiation poisoning of a Gunnery Sergeant moonlighting as a security guard there.

And check out the episode promo below:


NCIS will air the first half of a two-hour crossover, “Sister City: Part 1”, on Tuesday at 8:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description (more information here):

After the passengers and crew of a private plane traveling from New Orleans to Washington D.C. are lethally poisoned, all evidence points to the missing chef, Abby’s brother, Luca (Tyler Ritter). Gibbs and the D.C. team work in conjunction with Pride and the New Orleans team to locate Luca and determine why a private tech company was targeted.

And here’s the episode promo:


NCIS: NOLA will follow at 9:00pm ET/PT on Tuesday. Here’s the description for the second half of the crossover, “Sister City: Part 2” (more information here):

While Special Agent Pride and the New Orleans team investigate a Russian sleeper agent who was involved with Abby’s brother, Luca (Tyler Ritter), Sebastian flies to D.C. to partner with Abby on the forensics in the case. Also, Bishop drives through the night to deliver a package and work the case with the New Orleans team.

Now check out the episode preview (same as above):


Criminal Minds isn’t on the schedule Wednesday. Instead, CBS will air the 2016 People’s Choice Awards from 9:00-11:00pm ET/PT.


The eleventh episode of CSI: Cyber’s second season airs on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT, and we’ll share the promo for “404: Flight Not Found” when it becomes available. Check out the synopsis below, followed by the official details:

When the Cyber team investigates what appears to be a hack into air traffic control’s communication system, a greater threat emerges when a flight vanishes into thin air, drawing the team into the world’s first case of cyber-hijacking.

This is the first time Skipp Sudduth has directed an episode of Cyber, but he helmed five episodes of CSI: New York; his most recent credit was for “Where There’s Smoke” during the show’s final season. (Sudduth also earned an acting credit for the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode “The Book of Shadows” during season fifteen.) Story Editor Thomas Hoppe penned “404: Flight Not Found”; he previously wrote two season one episodes of Cyber, “Killer En Route” and “Bit by Bit”.

The following guest stars will appear in the episode:

Emmitt Smith as Himself
Victoria Park as Erica Chan
Marcus Ashley as Irvin Minkler
Brian Howe as Richard Reynolds
Andrew Asper as Anthony Briggs
Ramone De Ocampo as Stewart Collingsworth
Marisol Ramirez as Margaret Stoller
Sean Blakemore as FBI Director Silver
Marcus Giamatti as Artie Sneed
Monique Lea Gall as NTSB Investigator
Gillian C Brashear as Debra Custer
Dameon Clarke as Edward Daniels
Josh Drennan as FBI Agent
Pilar Holland as Reporter
Julius Denem as Paul Lammers

Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back Emmitt Smith is appearing as himself. Sean Blakemore returns as FBI Director Silver (“Gone in 6 Seconds”), and Marcus Giamatti reprises his role as Artie Sneed (“hack E.R.”, “Gone in 6 Seconds”). Dameon Clarke has credits for CSI: Miami (“The Score”), CSI (“Deep Fried and Minty Fresh”) and CSI: NY (“Blacklist [Featuring Gravedigger]”). Brian Howe previously guest-starred on CSI (“Face Lift”, “Ghost Town”) and Miami (“Nothing to Lose”). Ramone De Ocampo has appeared on CSI (“Harvest”, “House of Hoarders”) and New York (“Page Turner”). Marcus Ashley was in the CSI: NY episode “Buzzkill” during the show’s fourth season, and Julius Denem did stunts in season six’s “Cuckoo’s Nest”. The other actors are new to the franchise.

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