One's in the slammer, the other is walking the streets. But which is the real serial killer? Franklin & Bash star Mark-Paul Gosselaar is guesting in a season-long arc on CBS's CSI: Crime Scene Investigation that has him playing Death Row inmate Jared Briscoe — aka the Gig Harbor Killer — and his twin brother, real-estate magnate Paul Winthrop, a pillar of the community who might be a sociopath and the true culprit. In the show's Nov. 16 episode (10/9c), the Briscoe-Winthrop case proves so daunting that even Patricia Arquette's character, Avery Ryan, from the upcoming spinoff CSI: Cyber, will show up to offer advice. (Check out the exclusive clip below!). What's Gosselaar's take on all this? TV Guide Magazine spoke with the actor about his unconventional showcase.
Luke Perry is reportedly heading to CSI: Cyber.
In a role that's potentially recurring, Perry will play Nick Dalton, a former FBI agent who has ties to Special Agent Avery Ryan's (Patricia Arquette) past, TVLine reports.
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Shad Moss, aka Bow Wow, has joined CSI: Cyber as a series regular, CBS announced Tuesday.
Patricia Arquette will appear on CSI once more before her spin-off CSI: Cyber premieres, Entertainment Weekly reports.
James Van Der Beek
The Beek is back... again!
Just a few months after the cancellation of Friends With Better Lives, James Van Der Beek has landed a role on another CBS series. The actor is joining the cast of CSI: Cyber as a series regular, the network announced Wednesday.
The world of CSI: Cyber is being filled out.
Ally McBeal alum Peter MacNicol has joined the cast of CSI: Cyber as a new series regular, TVGuide.com has learned.
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She spent seven seasons talking to the dead and solving macabre murders on Medium. Now Patricia Arquette has entered a crime world that's a very different kind of wild.