CBS 2002 Fall Season
CBS Fall 2002 Grid
New Show Descriptions
"CSI: Miami" (Mondays, 9 PM)-A crime scene unit in Miami solves crimes, probably with cool Three Kings action. It kinda reminds you of...some other show I can't remember (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation maybe?) It stars David Caruso, Kim Delaney, Emily Procter, Rory Cochrane, Adam Rodriguez, and Khandi Alexander.
"Hack" (Fridays, 8 PM)-A decorated police officer is fired after he's seen taking money from a crime scene. Now a cab driver, he considers how he can still fight crime after a one of his passengers is beaten and another one asks him to help locate his missing daughter. It stars David Morse, Andre Braugher, Mark Margolis, George Dzundza, Donna Murphy, and Conor O'Farrell.
"Presidio Med" (Wednesdays, 9 PM)-The personal and professional lives of doctors in San Francisco. It stars Blythe Danner, Dana Delany, Anna Deavere Smith, Sasha Alexander, Julianne Nicholson, Paul Blackthorne, and Oded Fehr.
"Robbery Homicide Division" (Fridays, 9 PM)-This is a cop show about a specialized unit of Los Angeles detectives that dedicates itself to solving high-profile crimes. It stars Tom Sizemore, Barry "Shabaka" Henley, Klea Scott, David Cubbit, and Michael Paul Chan.
"Without a Trace" (Thursdays, 9 PM)-This drama focuses on the Missing Persons Squad of the FBI who are charged with using advanced psychological profiling to locate missing persons, whether they were kidnapped, murdered, committed suicide, or are missing by choice. It stars Anthony LaPaglia, Enrique Murciano, Poppy Montgomery, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, and Eric Close.
"Bram and Alice" (Sundays, 7 PM)-A novelist agrees to live with the grown daughter he never knew. It stars Alfred Molina, Traylor Howard, Roger Bart, Michael Rispoli, and Katie Finneran.
"Still Standing" (Mondays, 8:30 PM)-A blue collar Chicago couple try to raise their three children while still having a life of their own. It stars Mark Addy, Jami Gertz, Jennifer Irwin, Renee Olstead, Taylor Ball, and Soleil Borda.
Supreme"-A dramedy about the all the workplace machinations at
the Queens Country courthouse in New York City. Oliver Platt plays a
brilliant, but eccentric judge, while Robert Loggia is his more fair-minded
colleague and Annabella Sciorra is the newly appointed judge who's stirring up
gossip with her lack of experience. Also stars L. Scott Caldwell, Marcy
Harriell, and James Madio.