Monday, September 20, 2010

Telemystery: New Prime Time Crime for Tuesday, September 21st

Telemystery: Mystery and Suspense on Television

Continuing with our look at the new season of prime time crime, we're highlighting some of the new and returning series that may be of interest to fans of mystery and suspense television programming that premiere on Tuesday, September 21st.

ABC: The pilot episode of Detroit 1-8-7 airs at 10 PM (ET/PT). Detectives Damon Washington (Jon Michael Hill) and Louis Fitch (Michael Imperioli) investigate a double homicide at a pharmacy. Was it a drug theft gone bad or something else entirely? Meanwhile, Sergeant Jesse Longford (James McDaniel) and Detective Vikram Mahajan (Shaun Majumder) try to track down the killer of an attorney with many enemies. When both cases intersect, the cops are in a race against time to stop the killing spree, culminating in a high-speed pursuit and a perilous standoff, putting the cops in harm's way.

NBC: The eighth season of NCIS premieres at 8 PM (ET/PT) in an episode titled "Spider and the Fly." Special Agent Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team are potential targets when their investigation of the murder of a helicopter pilot leads Gibbs back to the vengeful Paloma Reynosa, whose father Gibbs murdered. With Paloma Reynosa still on the loose, Gibbs must take desperate measures to protect the ones he loves.

NBC: The second season of NCIS: Los Angeles follows with two new episodes beginning at 9 PM (ET/PT). In "Human Traffic", when one of their own disappears while undercover, the team must work alongside LAPD on a case involving human-trafficking, money laundering and drugs. In "Black Widow", after a mysterious hit squad takes out a Special Agent on assignment, the NCIS team jumps into action before the next target is set. NCIS: Los Angeles stars Chris O'Donnell as Special Agent "G" Callen and LL Cool J as Special Agent Sam Hanna.


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