CSI: Crime Scene Investigation season 11←CSI: Crime Scene Investigation season 10 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation season 12→
Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Ted Danson, George Eads, Eric Szmanda, Jorja Fox, Paul Guilfoyle, Robert David Hall, Elisabeth Harnois, Elisabeth Shue, Liz Vassey, Laurence Fishburne, Larry Mitchell, Jon Wellner, David Berman, William Petersen, Gary Dourdan, Marg Helgenberger, Lauren Lee Smith, Louise Lombard, Wallace Langham Genre:Crime, Drama Channel:CBS Status:Ended
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation season 11 episodes list:
The CSI team investigates a well-orchestrated bombing at the funeral of Officer Franklin Clark
The team investigates when a woman is attacked by a shark in the pool at a Las Vegas casino.
A vampire and werewolf convention becomes the center of a murder investigation.
The CSI team investigates a mad slasher who strikes without leaving a trace -- because he wears a form-fitting black latex suit that leaves not a molecule of evidence behind
The CSI team investigate a murder at the home of Marta, a "level 5 hoarder" whose home is stacked high with possessions and garbage--and more than one dead body
The CSI team investigate the murder of a man whose daughter was killed five years ago, and the bizarre death of a young man who appears to have been killed by a T-Rex.
When shredded remains of a man are discovered, evidence leads to multiple possible suspects.
The CSI's investigate a series of deaths related to an energy company's grotesque cover-up of tainted water.
The sky is falling or at least people are. The CSI's try to figure out if it was murder or sucide after a man is dead after falling from a hotel. Across town, a elderly woman falls through her table and her husband dead in the shower. The only two witnesses to the crime are an incooperative cat and a parrot who pleads the fifth.
The CSIs set out to track down a pedophile suspected of murdering an FBI agent's wife and kidnapping his children.
The CSIs question the validity of an online picture depicting a murdered call girl until they find the same woman strangled to death in the dumpster that appears in the photo.
A body with unusual burn marks is discovered on the side of the road; Greg asks a teacher out on a date.
Sara clashes with her mother-in-law and a woman from Gil's past.
The Crime Scene crew investigates the gruesome murder of a high-powered, widowed lawyer, while Ray faces that it is time to move on from his old life.
Jason McCann contacts Nick and says that he's in imminent danger. Langston has a courtroom war of nerves against serial killer Nate Haskell. A bomb tech disarms a bomb attached to Nick's house. But when he accompanies Nick, Catherine and Vartann to a warehouse with multiple booby-traps per square inch, Kip has to really earn his paycheck to find a safe way out for the CSI team.
The team investigates two apparent corpses who aren't exactly dead at all.
While investigating the murder of a convicted ex-cop, the CSIs stumble upon a list in his prison cell with names of several individuals he believed might have been his wife's true killer.
A string of deaths, including a gamer found dead on his couch and a newly divorced man at the bottom of a pool, instigate a bet among the CSIs as to whether they've "hit for the cycle" - a homicide, a suicide, an accidental and a natural death all in one night
Langston and Sara turn to Lady Heather for help in tracking down the culprit responsible for injuring a woman before she was seemingly mauled to death by a mountain lion. Meanwhile, Nick and Dr. Robbins manage to rescue the unborn baby of a teenage girl who appears to have committed suicide
Following his escape, Nate Haskell, the notorious 'Dick & Jane' killer, resurfaces when he e-mails a disturbing video to the father of one of his brides, threatening to take her life.
Langston becomes more determined than ever to track down Nate Haskell after discovering that he's kidnapped his ex-wife, Gloria.
After years of pursuit and a countless number of murders, Langston comes face-to-face with serial killer Nate Haskell inside the house where his killing spree began.