‘CSI: Vegas’ Teases ‘Justice Is Coming’ in Intense New Trailer
When you are making out those TV season plans, then make sure “CSI: Vegas” is on the list. This CBS show promises to deliver.
Yes, William Petersen and Jorja Fox will reprise their roles on the spin-off from the “CSI” franchise. But an epic new trailer for the first season just dropped on Thursday.
This should definitely interest some Outsiders who enjoy crime-scene-related TV shows. Take a look at what’s going on with “CSI: Vegas” in this trailer.
As you can tell, Petersen as Gil Grissom and Fox as Sara Sidle make appearances. So does Paul Guilfoyle, who returns in a limited role as Las Vegas Police Department Detective Jim Brass.
This season promises to be one of those that hopefully brings old-school “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” fans back.
Having three members of the original series cast as full-time or recurring cast members definitely gives fans a reason to tune in.
Outsiders, we also have a name for the first episode that’ll be on Oct. 6. “Legacy,” directed by Uta Briesewitz and written by Jason Tracey, is coming to your TV sets.
So get ready as “CSI: Vegas” becomes part of the CBS primetime lineup.
‘CSI: Vegas’ Will Have A Host Of New Cast Members On Show
As we mentioned, three cast members from the original “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” will be a part of this new show.
But “CSI: Vegas” will have some new cast members, too.
Petersen, Fox, and Guilfoyle return. So does Wallace Langham, who reprises his role as David Hodges.
As for new cast members, firstly, Paula Newsome plays Maxine, who takes over as leader of the crime lab.
Secondly, Matt Lauria will play crime scene investigator Joshua Folsom. Mel Rodriguez comes onboard as medical examiner Hugo Ramirez. Rodriguez also was part of “Little Miss Sunshine,” “Panic Room,” and “The Watch.”
Thirdly, “Sons of Anarchy” fans will recognize Jamie McShane when he appears on your TV sets. McShane will play civil attorney Anson Wix on “CSI: Vegas.” Deadline offered this description of McShane’s character. The publication said he’ll play “someone you’d want in your corner. But the last person you’d want to face off.”
He played Cameron Hayes in the first three seasons of “Sons of Anarchy.” But he’s also been a part of other small-screen and big-screen projects.
They include “Bloodline,” “Gone Girl,” “Argo,” “The Fosters,” “Thor,” and “The Avengers.”
Finally, Mandeep Dhillon will appear as Allie Rajan. Previous credits in Dhillon’s career include “Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker,” “After Life,” and “24.”
Get your snacks and drinks ready. “CSI: Vegas” is coming your way like a crossfire hurricane. You never know what will happen from one week to the next, even if some details are shared.