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CSI: Cyber: Season 1 (2015)




Critic Consensus: While stocked with impressive talent, CSI: Cyber fails to add anything truly new to the franchise, settling for a slightly modernized twist on the same typical crimefighting scenarios.


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Agents with the FBI's Cyber Crime Division investigate illegal activities on the Internet in this high-tech procedural drama. Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette), a noted behavioral psychologist, heads up the unit. She's aided by a former marine (James Van Der Beek), two former black hat hackers, and a computer security expert. The team is tasked with solving cyber theft, hacking, sex offenses, murders and other crimes that originate on the Internet. Cases in Season 1 include a coordinated Wi-Fi attack on planes, a man's death due to buying medicine from a hacked ad on a medical Web site, and a power outage in Detroit that is used to mask a jewelry store robbery and homicide. Peter McNichol, Charley Koontz, Shad Moss and Hayley Kiyoko also star.


James Van Der Beek
as Elijah Mundo
Peter MacNicol
as Simon Sifter, Stavros Sifter
Charley Koontz
as Daniel Grummitz, Daniel Krumitz
Bow Wow
as Brody "Baby Face" Nelson, Brody Nelson
Hayley Kiyoko
as Raven Ramirez
Luke Perry
as Nick Dalton
Michael Irby
as David Ortega
Alexie Gilmore
as Devon Atwood
Jason George
as Colin Vickner
Eric Normington
as Russ Williams
Frank Krueger
as James Schaeffer
Christel Smith
as Karen Schaeffer
Max Barakat
as Spencer Elliott
William McMullen
as Jeffrey Schaeffer
René Ashton
as Brenda Elliott
Neil Brown, Jr.
as Detective
Mark Totty
as Kyle Elliott
Robin Karfo
as Tabitha Chistos
Dejon LaQuake
as Micah Gordon
Karl T. Wright
as Phil Gordon
Tony Amendola
as Ellils Christos
Byron Mann
as Jordan Tan
Tripp Pickell
as Richard Davis
William Peltz
as Meta/Justice
Justin Bruening
as Evan Wescott
Austin Highsmith
as Rene Bennett
Brandon Barash
as Stephen Christos
Stephanie Drake
as Jessica Pope
R.C. Ormond
as Edward Gaines
Delila Vallot
as Julie Irons
Rosanna Arquette
as Trish McCarthy
Brandon Ford Green
as Det. Felix Garcia
Tehmina Sunny
as Tanya Schaffer
Brent Sexton
as Andrew Michaels
Susan May Pratt
as Fran Reynolds
Joe Reegan
as Alex Davis
Kelly Albanese
as Adel Foster
Lucas Kerr
as Henry Spitz
Blake Shields
as Jeremy Spitz
John Allsopp
as Hotel Manager
Alex Marino
as Carl Bruno
David Dastmalchian
as Logan Shelby
Kenneth Mitchell
as Steve Reynolds
Shelley Robertson
as Marie Carter
Rachel G. Fox
as Elizabeth Marks
McKenna Grace
as Michelle Mundo
Carlos E. Campos
as Donald O'Hare
Ashley Jones
as Arianna Peterson
Colby French
as Robert Hart
Alfred Woodley
as Xavier Nelson
Lisagaye Tomlinson
as Jasmine Nelson
Rae Gray
as Hooded Figure/Vicky McDale
Irene Choi
as Zoey Tan
Jonna Walsh
as Missy Bowers
Kristin Carey
as Sen. Carla Finnis
Kristopher Higgins
as Shane Tillman
Dahlia Salem
as Jane Bruno
Jackson Davis
as Cade Matthews
Nelson Lee
as Det. Cho
Richard Chiu
as Juice Jacker #1
Booboo Stewart
as Owen Campbell
Trevor St. John
as Derrick Wilson
Deron Paul
as Taylor Pettis
Chris Riggi
as Juice Jacker #2
Nathan Gamble
as Aaron Sifter
Brady Smith
as Bill Hookstraten
Kevin Austin
as Ride Operator
Jani Wang
as Receptionist
Lisa Darr
as Judith Bowers
Kevin Oestenstadt
as Paul Cummings
Jake Richardson
as Ricky Scaggs
Pascal Petardi
as Dr. Eddie Palermo
Noel Arthur
as Officer
James C. Burns
as Det. Brian Linney
Alison Rood
as Stacie Ellis
Brian McNamara
as Marcus Billings
Anthony M. Bertram
as Dante Jermaine
Grace Phipps
as Vanessa Gillerman
Sarah Butler
as Chelsea
James Sayess
as Saudi Bidder
Ana Mulvoy Ten
as Jennifer Mayfield
Rod Keller
as Shawn Morris
Jim Boeven
as German Bidder
Aja Evans
as Juliet Gillerman
Yutaka Takeuchi
as Randall Fung
Rustom Cyrus
as System Administrator
Justin Marco
as Sales Clerk
Brett Rickaby
as Jasper Cross
Matisha Baldwin
as TSA Agent
Patrick Cavanaugh
as Craig Tipton
Judah Lewis
as Denny Metz
Gabriela Fresquez
as Frustrated Passenger
Cali Fredrichs
as Sick Woman
Bevin Kaye
as Rachel Carrington
Larry Gulli
as Man in Hawaiian Shirt
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Critic Reviews for CSI: Cyber: Season 1

All Critics (32) | Top Critics (19)

All this "Cyber" world is Arquette's stage, and all the men and women merely players.

March 4, 2015 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Thank goodness Patricia Arquette just won an Oscar, because otherwise I'd really have nothing to say about "CSI: Cyber."

March 5, 2015 | Full Review…

It's all too familiar -- and a waste of an Academy Award winner.

March 5, 2015 | Full Review…

Patricia Arquette just won an Oscar for "Boyhood," so it's unfortunate that she's the worst thing about CBS' new CSI: Cyber. Well, maybe not the worst thing. The dialogue Arquette is forced to deliver is the worst thing.

March 4, 2015 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…

Essentially, if you've enjoyed the basic CSI formula up to this point, CSI: Cyber should not disappoint, and maybe you can change your passwords while you're watching.

March 4, 2015 | Full Review…

Name aside, "Cyber's" pokey and old-fashioned, but the leads are the big draw.

March 3, 2015 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…
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