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CBS reveals Official Synopsis of CSI: Vegas episode Waiting in the Wings

CBS Entertainment has released the Official Synopsis of CSI: Vegas episode “Waiting in the Wings” (1.09) that will be aired on Wednesday, December 1 at 10:00-11:00 PM.

OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS

The CSI team looks closely at the eccentric world of sideshows when a couple of performers are discovered burned in a pit. Also, Hodges mulls a plea deal as his criminal trial kicks off, while Max, Grissom and Sara search for evidence to exonerate him.

“CSI: Vegas” is starring William Petersen (Gil Grissom), Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle), Paula Newsome (Maxine Roby), Matt Lauria (Joshua Folsom), Mandeep Dhillon (Allie Rajan), Mel Rodriguez (Hugo Ramirez).

Guest Cast are Wallace Langham (David Hodges), Jamie McShane (Anson Wix), Travis Johns (Jonah Tanner), Cat Lacohie (Tori Tanner), Stephen Oyoung (Dr. Cho), Nanrisa Lee (D.A. Lauren Tate), David Paladino (Adam Tyner), Johnny Rey Diaz (Guillermo), Nolan Bateman (Dante), Arlene Santana (Detective Zaya), Sarah Gilman (Penny Gill), Joseph C. Phillips (A.G. Rhodes), Rich Ceraulo Ko (Mark), Oliver Muirhead (Gary Snyder), Jeffrey Damnit (Tattooed Man), Adam Dunnells (Axe Thrower), Kassandra Mahea (Masked Sword Dancer), Nicole Pacent (Illyana), David Lee Hess (Maintenance Man), Tim Powell (Judge Shapiro).

This episode is written by Craig O’Neill & Jason Tracey and directed by Christine Moore.

 

CSI: Vegas the sequel to the Network’s global hit “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” opens a brand-new chapter in Las Vegas—the city where it all began.

CSI: Vegas is produced by CBS Studios in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Television. With Executive Producers Jason Tracey, Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, KristieAnne Reed, Anthony Zuiker, Carol Mendelsohn, Ann Donahue, Craig O’Neill, William Petersen, Uta Briesewitz and Cindy Chvatal

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