CBS has released information about the next episode of Vegas, the first installment to air on Friday nights. Starring Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis, the TV show has been struggling on Tuesday nights and was very likely headed for cancellation.
Since the audience skews older, the network has decided to see how it will perform paired with Blue Bloods. This may end up being the show’s best chance of survival. Now we get to see if people will actually tune in on April 5th.
There are six new episodes left for Vegas to prove itself worthy of a second season.
SHERIFF LAMB AND FBI AGENT BYRNE BUTT HEADS WHEN BYRNE PREVENTS LAMB FROM PRESSING CHARGES AGAINST A PIMP IN ORDER TO GET INFO ON SAVINO INSTEAD, ON “VEGAS,” ON A NEW DAY AND TIME, FRIDAY, APRIL 5
“Little Fish” – Sheriff Lamb and FBI Agent Byrne butt heads when Byrne prevents Lamb from pressing charges against a pimp in order to get info on Savino instead. Also, Dixon falls hard for Hollywood starlet Viola (guest star Anna Camp), and Tommy and Dixon discover that Yvonne has a chance at becoming a professional singer, on VEGAS, on a new day and time, Friday, April 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
CHEAT TWEET: Lamb WANTS a pimp to sing like a bird while Dixon discovers Yvonne CAN sing like a bird! #Vegas 4/5 9pmET/PT http://bit.ly/ZXk42L
Dennis Quaid (Ralph Lamb)
Michael Chiklis (Vincent Savino)
Carrie-Anne Moss (Katherine O’Connell)
Jason O’Mara (Jack Lamb)
Taylor Handley (Dixon Lamb)
Sarah Jones (Mia Rizzo)
Sonny Marinelli (Cota)
Aimee Garcia (Yvonne Sanchez)
Michael Reilly Burke (D.A. Reynolds)
Enver Gjokaj (Tommy Stone)
Shawn Doyle (Patrick Byrne)
Anna Camp (Violet Mills)
Paul Ben-Victor (Barry Silver)
Dustin Seavey (Deputy Roberts)
Geoffrey Blake (Frank)
Shanley Caswell (Patricia)
Pernille Trojgaard (Secretary Hildy)
Julie Dretzin (Ellie)
Ben Bowen (Desk Clerk)
Idara Victor (Nurse Humphries)
Fred Ochs (Elias)
Travis Johns (Jimmy)
Eamon Hunt (In-House Lawyer)
Scott Allen Rinker (Carter)
WRITTEN BY: Seth Hoffman
DIRECTED BY: Paul McCrane
What do you think? Will you be tuning in to watch Vegas on Friday nights? Should the series be renewed for a second season?