CSI: NY

Sunday 30 June, 9:00pm on Five USA

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. In this instalment, Flack bonds with a young witness after a teenager is shot and robbed in front of his ten-year-old brother. ‘CSI: NY’ follows a team of forensic investigators who use high-tech science to solve crimes in the Big Apple. Det Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise, ‘Forrest Gump’, ‘Apollo 13’) and his partner Stella Bonasera lead a team of experts through the gritty and dynamic city that never sleeps. The team includes Danny Messer, an investigator with an unflappable spirit and a troubled family history, and Sheldon Hawkes, a brilliant PhD who transitioned to the field team. Joining them is Don Flack, an edgy homicide detective with a quick wit, and Lindsay Monroe, a young investigator who is willing to roll up her sleeves to tackle any job. Rounding out the team is ‘lab rat’ Adam Ross and eccentric coroner Sid Hammerback. These skilled investigators follow the evidence as they piece together clues and finally eliminate doubts to crack their cases. In this episode, a 14-year-old boy is shot and robbed of a Rolex given to him by his late father. The only witness to the assault is his ten-year-old brother, Sam. In the course of the investigation, Flack develops a close bond with the younger boy as they try to get to the bottom of who was responsible for the heinous crime. And Mac and new flame Aubrey work together to bring the perpertrator to justice. But is Sam telling the whole truth about what happened?

Sunday 13 June, 9:00pm on Five USA

The tenth season of the Las Vegas-based forensic crime drama concludes on Five this week. The CSIs start to close in on Dr Jekyll, but the only person who can help them is serial killer Nate Haskell. Will trusting a psychopath prove to be Langston’s downfall? After Haskell’s phone call to Langston, in which he claimed to know the identity of Dr Jekyll (see last week’s episode, ‘Doctor Who’), Willows allows the serial killer to be brought in for questioning. As expected, Haskell toys with the CSIs before he reveals his first cryptic nugget of information – he has a souvenir from the night he met Dr Jekyll. In the evidence box relating to Haskell’s crimes, the team finds a piece of farfalle pasta wrapped with a spaghetti ribbon. The significance of this item does not escape the CSIs, who immediately recognise its resemblance to the bow Jekyll tied with his first victim’s intestines. It appears that Haskell’s souvenir came from a restaurant frequented by each of Jekyll’s victims. Haskell refuses to cooperate further, demanding perks such as a stripper and a steak dinner in return for information. However, without the killer’s assistance, the CSIs are able to pinpoint the venue as a now-closed restaurant named Venetti’s. Inside the abandoned building, the walls are decorated with photos of regular customers – including each of Jekyll’s previous victims. Meanwhile, Langston receives a package – apparently sent by his father, who died ten years earlier. Inside he finds his old CSI identification, which was stolen by Jekyll (see episode 17, ‘Irradiator’), and a piece of dried meat. Further clues inside the box indicate that the next victim will be killed slowly by a device inserted into the abdomen. Will Jekyll be found before he strikes again, or are the two psychopaths playing a deadly game with the CSIs?

Saturday 12 June, 9:10pm on Five

The tenth season of the Las Vegas-based forensic crime drama concludes on Five this week. The CSIs start to close in on Dr Jekyll, but the only person who can help them is serial killer Nate Haskell. Will trusting a psychopath prove to be Langston’s downfall? After Haskell’s phone call to Langston, in which he claimed to know the identity of Dr Jekyll (see last week’s episode, ‘Doctor Who’), Willows allows the serial killer to be brought in for questioning. As expected, Haskell toys with the CSIs before he reveals his first cryptic nugget of information – he has a souvenir from the night he met Dr Jekyll. In the evidence box relating to Haskell’s crimes, the team finds a piece of farfalle pasta wrapped with a spaghetti ribbon. The significance of this item does not escape the CSIs, who immediately recognise its resemblance to the bow Jekyll tied with his first victim’s intestines. It appears that Haskell’s souvenir came from a restaurant frequented by each of Jekyll’s victims. Haskell refuses to cooperate further, demanding perks such as a stripper and a steak dinner in return for information. However, without the killer’s assistance, the CSIs are able to pinpoint the venue as a now-closed restaurant named Venetti’s. Inside the abandoned building, the walls are decorated with photos of regular customers – including each of Jekyll’s previous victims. Meanwhile, Langston receives a package – apparently sent by his father, who died ten years earlier. Inside he finds his old CSI identification, which was stolen by Jekyll (see episode 17, ‘Irradiator’), and a piece of dried meat. Further clues inside the box indicate that the next victim will be killed slowly by a device inserted into the abdomen. Will Jekyll be found before he strikes again, or are the two psychopaths playing a deadly game with the CSIs?

Sunday 6 June, 9:00pm on Five USA

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. In this instalment, Mac witnesses some strange events from the window of his apartment. ‘CSI: NY’ follows a team of forensic investigators who use high-tech science to solve crimes in the Big Apple. Det Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise, ‘Forrest Gump’, ‘Apollo 13’) and his partner Stella Bonasera lead a team of experts through the gritty and dynamic city that never sleeps. The team includes Danny Messer, an investigator with an unflappable spirit and a troubled family history, and Sheldon Hawkes, a brilliant PhD who transitioned to the field team. Joining them is Don Flack, an edgy homicide detective with a quick wit, and Lindsay Monroe, a young investigator who is willing to roll up her sleeves to tackle any job. Completing the team is ‘lab rat’ Adam Ross and eccentric coroner Sid Hammerback. These skilled investigators follow the evidence as they piece together clues and finally eliminate doubts to crack their cases. In this episode – a homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Rear Window’ -Mac witnesses some mysterious events from his apartment window as he recuperates at home from an injury. The briefcase exchange that the CSI inadvertently observes leads to a murder, and unexpectedly brings exgirlfriend Dr Peyton Driscoll back into his life.

Saturday 5 June, 9:10pm on Five

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. In this instalment, Mac witnesses some strange events from the window of his apartment. ‘CSI: NY’ follows a team of forensic investigators who use high-tech science to solve crimes in the Big Apple. Det Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise, ‘Forrest Gump’, ‘Apollo 13’) and his partner Stella Bonasera lead a team of experts through the gritty and dynamic city that never sleeps. The team includes Danny Messer, an investigator with an unflappable spirit and a troubled family history, and Sheldon Hawkes, a brilliant PhD who transitioned to the field team. Joining them is Don Flack, an edgy homicide detective with a quick wit, and Lindsay Monroe, a young investigator who is willing to roll up her sleeves to tackle any job. Completing the team is ‘lab rat’ Adam Ross and eccentric coroner Sid Hammerback. These skilled investigators follow the evidence as they piece together clues and finally eliminate doubts to crack their cases. In this episode – a homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Rear Window’ -Mac witnesses some mysterious events from his apartment window as he recuperates at home from an injury. The briefcase exchange that the CSI inadvertently observes leads to a murder, and unexpectedly brings exgirlfriend Dr Peyton Driscoll back into his life.

Saturday 29 May, 9:10pm on Five

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. In this instalment, Flack bonds with a young witness after a teenager is shot and robbed in front of his ten-year-old brother. ‘CSI: NY’ follows a team of forensic investigators who use high-tech science to solve crimes in the Big Apple. Det Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise, ‘Forrest Gump’, ‘Apollo 13’) and his partner Stella Bonasera lead a team of experts through the gritty and dynamic city that never sleeps. The team includes Danny Messer, an investigator with an unflappable spirit and a troubled family history, and Sheldon Hawkes, a brilliant PhD who transitioned to the field team. Joining them is Don Flack, an edgy homicide detective with a quick wit, and Lindsay Monroe, a young investigator who is willing to roll up her sleeves to tackle any job. Rounding out the team is ‘lab rat’ Adam Ross and eccentric coroner Sid Hammerback. These skilled investigators follow the evidence as they piece together clues and finally eliminate doubts to crack their cases. In this episode, a 14-year-old boy is shot and robbed of a Rolex given to him by his late father. The only witness to the assault is his ten-year-old brother, Sam. In the course of the investigation, Flack develops a close bond with the younger boy as they try to get to the bottom of who was responsible for the heinous crime. And Mac and new flame Aubrey work together to bring the perpertrator to justice. But is Sam telling the whole truth about what happened?

Sunday 9 May, 9:00pm on Five USA

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. Sid rules that the death of a woman pursuing answers about her twin brother’s disappearance is a suicide, but Stella is certain that she was murdered. Is Sid losing his edge, or has Stella become too emotionally invested in the case? When Stella learns about the death of a woman who has been calling her every Monday for three years hoping for news of her missing twin brother, she is shocked to learn that Sid has recorded a verdict of suicide. The woman, Marina Garito, recently contacted Stella with news that she had made a breakthrough after 15 years of searching for her brother, Luke, who vanished when they were children. But Marina died before Stella could learn anything about her breakthrough. Convinced that Marina would never kill herself without obtaining closure, Stella persuades the other CSIs to help her assemble the evidence. The first breakthrough comes when Aubrey arrives at the lab with Marina’s clothes. It transpires that Aubrey is the ER doctor who treated Marina before she died from a gunshot wound to the stomach. Aubrey is surprised by the suicide verdict. At the time, she noted that Marina’s hand was in a position that indicated she had been clutching something when she died, suggesting that she was struggling for her life. This is all the evidence the CSIs need to gain a warrant to search the victim’s apartment. At Marina’s flat, Stella and Flack are surprised by a man who jumps out of a wardrobe and flees the scene. Stella follows him into a leisure centre, where the man knocks her unconscious and attempts to drown her in the pool. Flack manages to save Stella, but the attacker escapes. From her hospital bed, Stella identifies her attacker as Marina’s stepfather, Tony Dirisa. He was the prime suspect when Luke disappeared, but there was insufficient evidence to charge him. At the leisure centre, Adam recovers a pillow, while Lindsay and Hawkes find a thin piece of foam. Lindsay ascertains that the foam shape was made when a shot was fired through a pillow -meaning that Marina was murdered. Mac hypothesises that Dirisa killed his stepdaughter, then returned to the crime scene to cover his tracks, hence the pillow in the pool. But can the discovery of Marina’s killer lead the CSIs to her missing twin? Meanwhile, Sid suffers a crisis of confidence after the other CSIs disprove his suicide verdict, but Hawkes is on hand to reassure him that he would have drawn the same conclusion. And Flack, inspired by Stella’s persistence, takes steps to help a man pursuing his own unanswered questions.

Sunday 9 May, 9:00pm on Five USA

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. When a prisoner requests Hawkes’s presence at his execution, the CSI gets caught up in a prison riot. Inside, he comes face to face with the man who murdered his sister, and tries to prevent an old adversary from escaping. After personally requesting Hawkes’s presence at his execution, prisoner Reggie Tifford confesses to the CSI that he murdered his older sister, Maya. Hawkes’s sister was a drug addict who died ten years ago, and until this point he has remained silent about the killing. Shaken, Hawkes sits down to watch the execution, but the guard drops dead as he is about to administer the lethal injection. Based on the acrid smell coming from the guard’s body, Hawkes concludes that the man was poisoned with cyanide. Warden Davis Ollenstein locks the prison down and postpones Reggie’s execution, but an incident leads to all the cell doors being automatically opened. The prisoners immediately start rioting, and Hawkes spots his old enemy Shane Casey (Edward Furlong, ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day’) among the mayhem. Reggie approaches Hawkes, and hides him in a storage room. From his hiding spot, Hawkes contacts his colleagues, who have just learned about the theft of Danny’s badge by Shane Casey (see episode 12, ‘Criminal Justice’). While Mac obtains the prison blueprints with the intention of helping Hawkes break out, Reggie convinces the CSI to change into a prison uniform for his own safety. He tells Hawkes that his sister had quit drugs before her death and tried to help him do the same, but he accidentally killed her while he was high. Reggie claims that he wants to help Hawkes for Maya’s sake. Reggie and the CSI make their way to Casey’s cell, where Hawkes finds evidence proving that the deranged killer orchestrated the riots. It is clear that Casey intends to escape using Danny’s badge as cover, but Reggie is the only person capable of helping Hawkes thwart Casey’s plans. Can Hawkes trust the man who killed his sister?

Saturday 8 May, 9:10pm on Five

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. Sid rules that the death of a woman pursuing answers about her twin brother’s disappearance is a suicide, but Stella is certain that she was murdered. Is Sid losing his edge, or has Stella become too emotionally invested in the case? When Stella learns about the death of a woman who has been calling her every Monday for three years hoping for news of her missing twin brother, she is shocked to learn that Sid has recorded a verdict of suicide. The woman, Marina Garito, recently contacted Stella with news that she had made a breakthrough after 15 years of searching for her brother, Luke, who vanished when they were children. But Marina died before Stella could learn anything about her breakthrough. Convinced that Marina would never kill herself without obtaining closure, Stella persuades the other CSIs to help her assemble the evidence. The first breakthrough comes when Aubrey arrives at the lab with Marina’s clothes. It transpires that Aubrey is the ER doctor who treated Marina before she died from a gunshot wound to the stomach. Aubrey is surprised by the suicide verdict. At the time, she noted that Marina’s hand was in a position that indicated she had been clutching something when she died, suggesting that she was struggling for her life. This is all the evidence the CSIs need to gain a warrant to search the victim’s apartment. At Marina’s flat, Stella and Flack are surprised by a man who jumps out of a wardrobe and flees the scene. Stella follows him into a leisure centre, where the man knocks her unconscious and attempts to drown her in the pool. Flack manages to save Stella, but the attacker escapes. From her hospital bed, Stella identifies her attacker as Marina’s stepfather, Tony Dirisa. He was the prime suspect when Luke disappeared, but there was insufficient evidence to charge him. At the leisure centre, Adam recovers a pillow, while Lindsay and Hawkes find a thin piece of foam. Lindsay ascertains that the foam shape was made when a shot was fired through a pillow -meaning that Marina was murdered. Mac hypothesises that Dirisa killed his stepdaughter, then returned to the crime scene to cover his tracks, hence the pillow in the pool. But can the discovery of Marina’s killer lead the CSIs to her missing twin? Meanwhile, Sid suffers a crisis of confidence after the other CSIs disprove his suicide verdict, but Hawkes is on hand to reassure him that he would have drawn the same conclusion. And Flack, inspired by Stella’s persistence, takes steps to help a man pursuing his own unanswered questions.

Saturday 8 May, 9:10pm on Five

The sixth season of the crime drama continues. When a prisoner requests Hawkes’s presence at his execution, the CSI gets caught up in a prison riot. Inside, he comes face to face with the man who murdered his sister, and tries to prevent an old adversary from escaping. After personally requesting Hawkes’s presence at his execution, prisoner Reggie Tifford confesses to the CSI that he murdered his older sister, Maya. Hawkes’s sister was a drug addict who died ten years ago, and until this point he has remained silent about the killing. Shaken, Hawkes sits down to watch the execution, but the guard drops dead as he is about to administer the lethal injection. Based on the acrid smell coming from the guard’s body, Hawkes concludes that the man was poisoned with cyanide. Warden Davis Ollenstein locks the prison down and postpones Reggie’s execution, but an incident leads to all the cell doors being automatically opened. The prisoners immediately start rioting, and Hawkes spots his old enemy Shane Casey (Edward Furlong, ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day’) among the mayhem. Reggie approaches Hawkes, and hides him in a storage room. From his hiding spot, Hawkes contacts his colleagues, who have just learned about the theft of Danny’s badge by Shane Casey (see episode 12, ‘Criminal Justice’). While Mac obtains the prison blueprints with the intention of helping Hawkes break out, Reggie convinces the CSI to change into a prison uniform for his own safety. He tells Hawkes that his sister had quit drugs before her death and tried to help him do the same, but he accidentally killed her while he was high. Reggie claims that he wants to help Hawkes for Maya’s sake. Reggie and the CSI make their way to Casey’s cell, where Hawkes finds evidence proving that the deranged killer orchestrated the riots. It is clear that Casey intends to escape using Danny’s badge as cover, but Reggie is the only person capable of helping Hawkes thwart Casey’s plans. Can Hawkes trust the man who killed his sister?

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