New CSI Vegas Season 1 Spoilers For November 17, 2021 Episode 7 Revealed

New CSI Vegas Season 1 Spoilers For November 17, 2021 Episode 7 Revealed

Hey, “CSI: Vegas” fans. We hope you guys totally enjoyed episode 6 tonight. Now that it has officially aired and wrapped up, we are back on here to give you guys another “CSI: Vegas” spoiler session. In this one, we’ve got a couple of things to tell you about the next, new episode 7 of CSI: Vegas, which is due to hit the air next Wednesday night, November 17, 2021.

We were able to round up a couple of new, official teaser scoops for this new episode 7 via CBS’ official episode 7 press release. So, we’re going to dip into those right now. Let’s get it done.

First thing’s first. CBS’ press release revealed that this new episode 7 is officially named/titled,”In The Blood.” It sounds like episode 7 will feature some very interesting, intense, dramatic, possible action-filled and suspenseful scenes as an abandoned horse that’s covered in blood sparks the CSI: Vegas Team’s attention. Grissom and Sara start to circle their main suspect and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the abandoned horse situation. Yep, it turns out that some poor horse will get left somewhere. If that’s not enough, the horse will be covered in blood. This development will lead the CSI: Vegas team to hit up a halfway house for convicted killers.

CBS’ official description for this abandoned horse storyline reads like this, “An abandoned horse covered in blood leads the CSI team to a halfway house for convicted murderers.”

The second and last spoiler teaser for this new episode 7 lets us know that Grissom and Sara will be in action at some point. When we see these two, they will be busy closing in on who they think their prime suspect is in the David Hodges case.

CBS’ description for this Grissom and Sara plotline reads like this, “Grissom and Sara begin to circle their prime suspect in the David Hodges case.”

Episode 7 will feature a lot of guest stars. They are: Wallace Langham as character (David Hodges), Jamie McShane as character (Anson Wix), Eileen Grubba as character (Anna Wix), Luke Tennie as character (Bryan Roby), Jay Lee as character (Chris Park), Chris Browning as character (Sawyer Locke), Sean Rosales as character (Animal Control Officer).

Guest stars continued: Carl Gilliard as character (Sidewalk Preacher), Chase Ramsey as character (Hungover Dude), Kellen Joseph as character (Jones Reeves), John Gloria as character (Rick Yates), Carly Dutcher as character (May Ellen), David Paladino as character (Adam Tyner).

Guest stars continued: Joshua Dov as character (Denny Trask), Brennan Keel Cook as character (Cory Hollis), Joshua Brockington as character (Theo Lavelle), Reed Marvin as character (Stable Hand), Robert Curtis Brown as character (Undersheriff Wyatt) and George Knapp as character (News Anchor).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 7 are: William Petersen as character (Gil Grissom), Jorja Fox as character (Sara Sidle), Paula Newsome as character (Maxine Roby), Matt Lauria as character (Joshua Folsom), Mandeep Dhillon as character (Allie Rajan) and Mel Rodriguez as character (Hugo Ramirez).

Episode 7 was written by Marisa Tam, and it was directed by Christine Moore.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 7 of CSI: Vegas’ current, premiere season 1 is indeed scheduled to arrive next Wednesday night, November 17, 2021 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “CSI: Vegas” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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