X

Join or Sign In

Sign in to customize your TV listings

Continue with Facebook Continue with email

By joining TV Guide, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Policy.

CSI: NY

Returns Wednesday April 2 at 10 pmET CBSNumber of new episodes 7Where we left off Danny and Lindsay solved a case of a charred street racer while Mac and Stella linked a restroom drowning to an imprisoned killerWhats next Were going to kick off with a bang CSI creator Anthony E Zuiker says The first episode is the culmination of the Second Life Internet murder story that aired in October The team gets a tip that gorgeous assassin Suspect X is lying dead in a warehouse But is sheRelationship games Jessalyn Gilsig NipTuck Heroes arrives as a comely political player who catches Macs eye But the flame cools for lovebirds Lindsay and DannyUnder the microscope The team is investigated when a higher authority takes an interest in their work Stella has an experience that will change her life forever Zuiker saysWatch full episodes | Photos | More Returning Favorites coverage

TV Guide User Photo
TV GuideNews
Returns: Wednesday, April 2, at 10 pm/ET (CBS) Number of new episodes: 7 Where we left off: Danny and Lindsay solved a case of a charred street racer, while Mac and Stella linked a restroom drowning to an imprisoned killer. What's next: "We're going to kick off with a bang," CSI creator Anthony E. Zuiker says. The first episode is the culmination of the Second Life Internet murder story that aired in October. The team gets a tip that gorgeous assassin Suspect X is lying dead in a warehouse. But is she? Relationship games: Jessalyn Gilsig ( Nip/Tuck, Heroes) arrives as a comely political player who catches Mac's eye. But the flame cools for lovebirds Lindsay and Danny. Under the microscope: The team is investigated when a higher authority takes an interest in their work. Stella has "an experience that will change her life forever," Zuiker says. Watch full episodes | Photos | More Returning Favorites coverage