‘Elementary’ Spoilers For Season 7, July 18, 2019 Episode 9 Revealed

‘Elementary’ Spoilers For Season 7, July 18, 2019 Episode 9 Revealed

Hey, “Elementary” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight’s episode 8. Now that it’s all wrapped up and officially in the history books, it’s time to take a brief look at what’s coming up in next week’s brand new episode 9 of this current and last season 7.

CBS did indeed offer up some new teaser descriptions for episode 9 via their official press release. So, that is indeed what we will be referencing for this spoiler session.

As usual, we’ll get this spoiler party started with the title for this episode. Episode 9 is officially labeled, “On The Scent.” It sounds like episode 9 will feature some very interesting, violent, possible dramatic scenes as Holmes and Watson investigate another murder in New York City! Watson thinks Holmes is keeping secrets from her and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the New York City murder situation. It turns out that it’s highly possible that a dormant serial killer could be back on the scene after a sculptor turns up murdered in New York City!

Holmes and Watson will work steadfastly to find out if this dormant serial killer is really the culprit.

CBS’ official description tells us, “Holmes and Watson work to determine if a long dormant serial killer has resurfaced in the wake of a sculptor’s murder in New York City.” An alternate description reads like this, “HOLMES AND WATSON WORK TO DETERMINE IF A LONG-DORMANT SERIAL KILLER HAS RESURFACED IN NEW YORK CITY.”

What on Earth will Holmes and Watson come up with during this tedious investigation? That’s a huge question for this particular storyline. We will definitely have to wait and see.

From what we can tell, it certainly sounds like this storyline could, at the very least, offer up some very intriguing scenes for you guys to look forward to.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that there could be trouble brewing for Holmes and Watson’s partnership when Watson starts suspecting that Holmes is keeping secrets from her in regards to the tech billionaire Odin Reichenbach.

CBS’ description tells us, “Watson suspects Holmes is keeping something from her regarding tech billionaire Odin Reichenbach.”

Is Holmes really hiding things from Watson? If so, will the truth come out? Those are some big questions for this particular storyline. Whatever the case, it sounds like this plotline could get pretty dramatic. We’ll have to wait and see. It’s alo pointed out that this is the 150th episode for Elementary. So,yay for them.

Episode 9 will feature a lot of guest stars. They are: Danny Binstock as character (Zachary Fowler), Liz Carey as character (Naomi Long), Joe Tippet as character (Benjamin Long), Kate Shindle as character (Danielle Olivera), Michael Bryan French as character (Mr. Hutchins), Michael Sibery as character (Carson Mayfield).

Guest character list continued: Armando Acevedo as character (Alejandro), Carlos Gomez as character(Enrique Ruiz), Carol Halstead as character (Caroline Gibbs), Rachael Holmes as character (Antonia), Kario Marcel as character (Officer Saldenbrook), Pamela Dunlap as character (Esther Kelton), Nathaniel Stampley as character (Nicholas Gerrardi)
and Alyson Lange as character (Sasha).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 9 are: Jonny Lee Miller as character (Sherlock Holmes), Lucy Liu as character (Joan Watson), Aidan Quinn as character (Captain Tommy Gregson), Jon Michael Hill as character (Detective Marcus Bell) and James Frain as character (Odin Reichenbach).

Episode 9 was written by Jeffrey Paul King, and it was directed by Christine Moore. Again, CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 9 is indeed scheduled to air next Thursday night, July 18,2019 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Elementary” report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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