New CSI Vegas Season 2 Spoilers For January 12, 2023 Episode 11 Revealed

New CSI Vegas Season 2 Spoilers For January 12, 2023 Episode 11 Revealed

Hey, “CSI: Vegas” fans. We hope that last week’s episode 10 was total greatness for you guys. Now that episode 10 is way in the past, we are back in your faces to give you a spoilery rundown of what’s going on in the next, new episode 11 of CSI: Vegas’ current season 2, which is scheduled to arrive tonight, January 12, 2023.

We were able to dig up a couple of new, official teaser scoops for this new episode 11 via CBS’m official episode 11 press release description. So, we’re going to certainly take a look at it and run it by you guys right now. Let’s do it.

First thing’s first. We’ve got an official title for this new episode 11 of CSI: Vegas’ current season 2. It’s called, “Trinket.” It sounds like episode 11 will feature some very interesting, intense and dramatic scenes as a non-talking boy is discovered. Max gets a really weird letter and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the non-talking boy situation. Yep, it turns out that a young, non-speaking boy will catch a good share of the spotlight in this episode when he is discovered hiding out in some stranger’s garage by the CSI: Vegas crew. In response, we’re going to see the CSI: Vegas team try and track down the whereabouts of the boy’s mother.

CBS’ official description for this non-talking boy plotline reads like this, “When a young, non-verbal boy is found hiding in a stranger’s garage, the CSI team searches for his missing mother.” An alternate description tells us, “THE CSI TEAM SEARCHES FOR A MISSING MOTHER WHEN HER YOUNG SON IS FOUND HIDING IN A STRANGER’S GARAGE.”

The second and last teaser scoop for this new episode 11 lets us know that Max will have a new scene at some point. During it, Max will be the recipient of a very odd letter that contains symbols in silver ink. Eventually,Joshua Folsom and Allie Rajan will take a look at the letter and recognize seeing the symbols in previous crime scenes.

CBS’ official description for this weird letter scenario reads like this, “Max receives a strange letter with symbols in silver ink that Folsom and Allie recognize from prior crime scenes.”

Episode 11 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Sarah Gilman as character (Penny Gill), Sara Amini as character (Sonya Nikolayevich), Hilda Boulware as character (Ruth), Henry Joseph Samiri as character (Michael), Kathleen Wilhoite as character (Dr. Diane Auerbach).

Guest stars continued: Mark Engelhardt as character (Pete Trask), Missy Yager as character (Mary Trask), Reid Emmons as character as character (Samuel Daley), John Garet Stoker as character (Jake Rooney), Tristan Cunningham as character (CPS Agent) and Jazz Vickers as character (Cara Jefferson).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 11 are: Paula Newsome as character (Maxine Roby), Marg Helgenberger as character (Catherine Willows), Matt Lauria as character (Joshua Folsom), Mandeep Dhillon as character (Allie Rajan), Ariana Guerra as character (Detective Serena Chavez), Lex Medlin as character (Beau Finado) and Jay Lee as character (Chris Park).

Episode 11 was written by Safia M. Dirie, and it was directed by Ruben Garcia. CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 11 of CSI: Vegas’ current season 2 is indeed scheduled to hit the air tonight, January 12, 2023 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, spoiler report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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