May 23 2024

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‘Fit-And-Run’ Official Details, Plus What’s On This Week

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NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, CSI: Cyber

NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, CSI: Cyber

CSI: Cyber, NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans will air new episodes this week. (NCIS: Los Angeles and Criminal Minds offer repeats.)

NCIS: Los Angeles isn’t on the schedule tonight. Instead, CBS is airing The 58th Annual Grammy Awards during primetime, hosted by LL Cool J (Sam Hanna).


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

When Secretary of the Navy Sarah Porter (Leslie Hope) learns her daughter has been kidnapped, the NCIS team partners with the FBI to track the case, determine a motive and bring her home. Also, McGee’s childhood friend, NCIS Special Agent Valerie Page (Christina Chang), is in town to assist the team with advance tactics training.

And here’s the episode promo:


NCIS: NOLA will follow at 9:00pm ET/PT on Tuesday. Here’s the description for “No Man’s Land” (more information here):

When a mystery man saves the life of a Lieutenant and then disappears from the scene, the NCIS team unravels a new case when forensic evidence suggests he is a soldier who was captured in Afghanistan years ago and never found.

Now check out the episode preview:


Criminal Minds will not air on Wednesday. Instead, CBS is offering the season premiere of Survivor from 8:00-9:30pm ET/PT, followed by a repeat of The Big Bang Theory at 9:30pm ET/PT and a new episode of Code Black at 10:00pm ET/PT.


On Saturday, CBS will air repeats of NCIS: LA and Criminal Minds from 8:00-10:00pm ET/PT. Here are the episode descriptions:

“Active Measures” – 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.

“The Night Watch” – When the BAU investigates incidents of bodies being incorporated into macabre graffiti art in Detroit, they suspect an elusive-yet-notorious street artist could be the UnSub. Also, Dr. Lewis struggles to balance her relationship with her fiancé and her work.


The fourteenth episode of CSI: Cyber’s second season airs on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT. First, check out the promo for “Fit-And-Run” below:

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

When a jogger’s body is found, the Cyber team use the fitness tracker she was wearing at the time of the murder to retrace her steps for the entire night leading up to her death.

Director Jeff Thomas previously helmed “CMND:\Crash” during season one. “Fit-And-Run” was co-written by Producer Devon Greggory and Executive Story Editor Michael Brandon Guercio, based on a story by production assistant Andrew Karlsruher and writers’ assistant Scotty McKnight. Greggory penned “Brown Eyes, Blue Eyes” at the beginning of season two. Guercio has three previous writing credits, most recently “Shades of Grey” from earlier this season. Karlsruher and McKnight co-wrote last week’s episode, “The Walking Dead”.

The following guest stars will appear in the episode:

David Clayton Rogers as Dylan Resnick
Riley Smith as Keith Walker
Alan Dale as Richard Margolin
Adi Ben-Ami as Sarah Walker
James Adam Lin as Ron Bechtel
Caroline Lagerfelt as Elizabeth Turner
Dennis W Hall as Truck Driver
Tiffany Daniels as Karen Carter
Dylan Michel Thiffault as Barry

David Clayton Rogers has appeared on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (“Post Mortem”) and CSI: New York (“Buzzkill”), while Riley Smith guest-starred on CSI: Miami (“Spring Break”) and CSI (“Goodbye and Good Luck”). Alan Dale was in the Miami episode “Blood Brothers” during the show’s second season. Caroline Lagerfelt appeared in “Play Dead” during the thirteenth season of CSI. Dennis W Hall previously guest-starred on CSI: NY, in the season four finale “Hostage”. The other actors are new to the franchise.

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