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New Elementary Tonight After The Super Bowl!

Although Elementary can usually be found on Thursday nights, CBS is giving the show some extra exposure tonight (February 3) with a special post-Super Bowl episode!

It's called "The Deductionist" and here's how CBS describes it:

SHERLOCK TRIES TO STOP AN UNPREDICTABLE CRIMINAL IN NEW YORK CITY, ON "ELEMENTARY," ON A SPECIAL NIGHT, IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE SUPER BOWL ON SUNDAY, FEB. 3

Terry Kinney Guest Stars as Martin Ennis, a Notorious Criminal

Kari Matchett Guest Stars as Kathyrn Drummond, a Famed FBI Profiler Who is Acclaimed for Her Book About Ennis

"The Deductionist" - Sherlock pursues Martin Ennis (Terry Kinney), an unpredictable criminal, before he strikes again. During the investigation, Sherlock is forced to work alongside Kathryn Drummond (Kari Matchett), the FBI profiler who literally wrote the book on Ennis. Meanwhile, Watson faces eviction from her apartment, on ELEMENTARY, on a special night, immediately following the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 3 on the CBS Television Network.

SERIES REGULARS: Jonny Lee Miller (Sherlock Holmes), Lucy Liu (Joan Watson), Aidan Quinn (Captain Tommy Gregson), Jon Michael Hill (Detective Marcus Bell)

GUEST CAST: Kari Matchett (Kathryn Drummond), Terry Kinney (Martin Ennis), Roger Robinson (Bruce Kushner), Jessica Hecht (Patricia Ennis), Che Ayende (Vasquez), David Wilson Barnes (Cooper), Scott Jaeck (Maxwell Krebs), Napiera Groves (Sexy woman #1), Elizabeth Masucci (Sexy woman #2), Scott Whitehurst (Doctor), Nikiya Mathis (Nurse), Whitney Kimball Long (Sophie), Christopher Burns (Detective), Jesse Lenat (Homeless Man), Jason Babinsky (Uniformed cop #1), Kohler McKenzie (Uniformed cop #2), Jessie Hochmuth (Reggie), Elizabeth Ariosto (Cindy)

WRITTEN BY: Craig Sweeny and Robert Doherty, two of the series' executive producers

DIRECTED BY: John Polson

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KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.
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