7:00pm – Thursday, May 12 on CTV

After years of pursuit and a countless number of murders, Langston (Laurence Fishburne) comes face-to-face with serial killer Nate Haskell (guest star Bill Irwin, Rachel Getting Married), inside the house where his killing spree began.

While Justin Bieber may have been a major draw-card for CSI during his two appearances, it hasn’t stopped actress Marg Helgenberger from labelling the Canadian teen “a brat” on the set.

The actress, who plays Catherine Willows, made the comment on a French radio station when asked how the CSI cast has responded to the singer being on the show.

“Justin Bieber wasn’t bad,” the actress said. “He had never acted before.

“I shouldn’t be saying this, but he was kind of a brat [on the set],” she said. “He was very nice to me, but he locked one of the producers in a closet, and he put his fist through a cake that was on the actors’ table.”

Bieber made two appearance on the crime procedural before being killed off.

Source: Digital Spy

7:00pm – Thursday, May 5 on CTV

Langston (Laurence Fishburne) becomes more determined than ever to track down Nate Haskell (guest star Bill Irwin, Rachel Getting Married), the notorious “Dick & Jane” killer, after discovering that he’s kidnapped his ex-wife, Gloria (guest star Tracee Ellen Ross, GIRLFRIENDS), on the 250th episode of CSI.

7:00pm – Thursday, April 28 on CTV

For the first time since his escape, Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin, Rachel Getting Married), the notorious “Dick & Jane” killer, resurfaces when he sends a threatening video to the father of one of his brides.

9:00pm – Thursday, April 7 on CTV

The CSI’s investigation of a woman mauled to death by a mountain lion leads them to visit Grissom’s (William Petersen) friend, dominatrix ‘Lady Heather’ (guest star Melinda Clarke, NIKITA), now Doctor Heather Kessler.

9:00pm – Thursday, March 10 on CTV

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Justin Bieber’s second stint on CSI has come to an abrupt end.

The Canadian singer/actor’s character Jason McCann was gunned down by police officers in a stand-off on a highway, spelling the end of Bieber’s first foray into acting.

Bieber returned to the crime series following a guest stint late last year where his vengeful teenage character dabbled in bomb plotting.

Check out the video of Bieber’s demise after the jump.


Canadian singer Justin Bieber has teased details of his return to CSI this season.

Bieber, who first appeared on the crime series last year, said that his character will be involved in another bomb plot.

“It started in the first one where I bombed a funeral. Yeah, it sounds bad, but I bombed a funeral,” he told MTV News.

“I’m not a bad person, so it’s funny to play a bad person.”

Bieber went on to say that he would love to one day work alongside Will Ferrell in a comedy project.

Source: Digital Spy

Justin Bieber may have missed out on a the Grammy for Best New Artist at yesterday’s ceremony but Bieber fans can rejoice in the fact the wonderkid is back on CSI soon.

New pics of the Canadian singer on the set of CSI have been released, showing him in a variety of scenes.

Bieber proved a popular addition to CSI when he guest starred on the crime series last year.

The show boasted a 40% increase in viewership in the teen demo for Bieber’s stint as well as boosting 12% higher than the average audience rating for the ever-popular 18-49 demo.

Source: Hollywood Reporter, Buddy TV

9:00pm – Thursday, January 20 on CTV

The CSIs link a body with severe burn marks to a possible execution by electric chair – and to a legendary Vegas murder. Meanwhile, Greg (Eric Szmandaasks) asks out Ellen (guest star Dita Von Teese, The Death of Salvador Dali), a pretty schoolteacher and forensics enthusiast who has been touring the crime lab.