When Is ‘CSI: Vegas’ on TV These Days? Check Out All the Info About Release Dates, Times, and General Schedule
CSI: Vegas has made a grand return with one heck of a crime to solve, and let’s just say it’s a good thing Sara Sidle and Gil Grissom are experts.
The famed crime drama is back on CBS, but if you were busy spiraling over Kardashian engagements or TikTok pugs and missed it, don’t worry. With episodes dropping on both primetime TV and streaming services, it won’t take a forensic genius to work out a way to follow our favorite sleuths as they try to crack an especially tricky case.
Missed the first few episodes? Don’t know when to catch the show? Allow us to help, below.
When does CSI: Vegas start?
The show started again on October 6, 2021. We’re now two episodes in with episode 3 debuting tonight at 10 p.m. ET on CBS, but you can still catch up easily on Paramount+ and Hulu Live TV if you’re behind.
How many episodes are in CSI: Vegas?
While previous seasons of CSI had anywhere from 17 to 24 episodes a season, CSI: Vegas is keeping it short and simple with a cool 10 episodes total.
There’s no word yet on a CSI: Vegas season 2 or any kind of renewal to bulk up this number, but the head honchos at CBS resurrected this crime drama after six years, so anything is possible.
What’s the CSI: Vegas episode schedule going forward?
The show premiered on October 6 with an episode titled “Legacy” and followed with episode 2 “Honeymoon in Vegas” on October 13. Here are the confirmed dates, times, and titles of the next few episodes:
- Episode 3 “Under the Skin” — October 20 at 10 p.m. ET
- Episode 4 “Long Pig” — October 27 at 10 p.m. ET
- Episode 5 “Let the Chips Fall” — November 3 at 10 p.m. ET
When is the CSI: Vegas finale?
Great question. CBS has not released that info just yet, but if the episodes continue to premiere consistently, the series finale (episode 10) will air on December 8, likely during the usual time slot of 10 p.m. ET. If the show takes any gap weeks though, then the CSI finale will likely air later in December instead.
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Published at Thu, 21 Oct 2021 01:00:00 +0000