CSI Vegas season 2: Plot, Release, Cast, Filming!

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s second season debuted on CBS on September 27, 2001, and it concluded on May 16, 2002. William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger are the series’ main actors.


In the second season of CSI, the murder of a police chief sends Willows and Brown to Miami (“Cross Jurisdictions“). The Las Vegas CSIs look into a new set of horrifying, unusual, and unsolvable crimes, such as the murder of a Las Vegas mogul’s son (“Burked”), the disappearance of a college student (“Chaos Theory“), the death of a construction worker (“Overload”), the discovery of a dead body in a bag (“Bully for You“), the discovery of a scuba diver in a desert tree (“Scuba Doobie-Doo (“Alter Boys”).

In the meantime, Warrick is given the chance to lead the crime lab in “Ellie,” Grissom and Willows encounter a serial killer in a courtroom in “Identity Crisis,” Catherine and Sara look into a possible suicide-by-train and a homicide at a remote convenience store in “Caged,” and Nick studies the death of a woman who drowned in the desert after becoming the target of a stalker in “Anatomy of a Lye” (“Stalker“).

CSI Vegas season 2


The first episode of the series was supposed to run on October 6, 2020, to commemorate CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s 20th anniversary of its debut. On August 10, 2020, it was revealed that the series would not be able to make that premiere date owing to COVID-19-related production shutdowns.  The series was scheduled to premiere on January 8, 2021, during the 2021–2022 television season.

According to a CBS announcement made on May 19, 2021, the show will debut in the fall of 2021 on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET. On July 12, 2021, CBS announced that CSI: Crime Scene Investigation would debut on October 6, 2021, to commemorate the show’s 21st anniversary. The opening season includes Ten Episodes

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Main cast

  • William Petersen as CSI Level 3 Night Shift Supervisor Dr. Gil Grissom
  • Marg Helgenberger as CSI Level 3 Assistant Night Shift Supervisor Catherine Willows
  • Gary Dourdan as CSI Level 3 Warrick Brown
  • George Eads as CSI Level 3 Nick Stokes
  • Jorja Fox as CSI Level 3 Sara Sidle
  • Paul Guilfoyle as LVPD Homicide Unit Captain Jim Brass

Crossover stars

  • David Caruso as MDPD CSI Level 3 Day Shift Supervisor CSI Lieutenant Horatio “H” Caine
  • Emily Procter as MDPD CSI Level 3 Detective Calleigh Duquesne
  • Adam Rodriguez as MDPD CSI Level 3 Detective Eric Delko
  • Khandi Alexander as Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner Alexx Woods
  • Rory Cochrane as MDPD CSI Level 3 Detective Tim Speedle

CSI Vegas season 2


Filming was set to begin in the fall of 2020, whenever COVID-19 conditions allowed Hollywood production to resume, according to a statement made on August 10, 2020. The series will start production in early 2021, it was revealed on January 8, 2021. In Los Angeles, California, filming started on May 4 and was expected to last until November 4 of that year. It was revealed on August 22, 2021, that Petersen had been transported to a hospital after getting ill while filming.

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Anthony E. Zuiker, the creator of the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, predicted the characters’ fate after the series’ 2015 season finale “Grissom and Sara would continue sailing the oceans, protecting the environment, bearing children, and dedicating their lives to advancing humanity. In this scenario, Catherine would still be in charge of the crime lab, [Brass] would likely retire, and DB would likely be employed in the private sector in Washington, DC. And I believe that every one of these characters would continue to dabble in criminality.”

It was revealed that the creators were open to restarting the franchise not long after the latest installment of the series, CSI: Cyber, was canceled in 2016. Glenn Geller, the president of CBS Entertainment at the time, said: “We are tremendously happy with every single CSI show. It might reappear in a different form.” It was revealed on February 10, 2020, that a CSI: Crime Scene Investigation event series sequel was under consideration from Jason Tracey, CBS Studios, and Jerry Bruckheimer Television, with Tracey, Bruckheimer, and Jonathan Littman serving as executive producers.

With William Petersen, the original star of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, set to executive produce alongside Tracey, Bruckheimer, Littman, KirstieAnne Reed, Zuiker, Craig O’Neill, and Cynthia Chvatal, it was revealed on August 10, 2020, that the series was still in development and had been renamed CSI: Vegas. The series was getting close to receiving an official straight-to-series order in February 2021. It was also disclosed that, while being promoted as an event series, the show may continue and run over the course of several seasons.

Uta Briesewitz will helm the pilot episode of CSI: Vegas, which was officially ordered to series on March 31, 2021. The show received a second season renewal from CBS on December 15, 2021. The second season will have more than 13 episodes, according to CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl, even though the network has “not done a final tally yet.”

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