CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Live Stream: Watch Online Full Episode 'Fallen Angels' (10PM ET)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Fallen Angels" will be aired tonight, Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 10 p.m. ET. Viewers can watch episode 7 of Season 13 on TV or watch online through live stream (see details below).

(Photo: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni)Actress Jorja Fox (R) looks at co-stars George Eads (C) and Eric Szmanda during the panel for the CBS television show 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' at the 'Television Critics Association' summer 2006 media tour in Pasadena, California July 16, 2006.

According to the Episode Synopsis, the CSI team investigates the death of a reverend who was killed at the grave site of former CSI Warrick Brown. They start to suspect that a "guardian angel" has been acting to project his loved ones from beyond the grave.

The episode features Larry Mitchell as Officer Mitchell, Meta Golding as Tina Brewster, Terrell Ransom, Jr as Eli Brewster, Kofi Siriboe as James Newman, Michael Hyatt as Jolene Newman, Malcolm Goodwin as Aaron Voss, Harrison Page as Reverend Rick Renken.

(Photo: Reuters/CBS/Handout)William Petersen as night shift supervisor Gil Grissom in ''CSI''.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is a fast-paced drama about a team of forensic investigators trained to solve crimes. They are on the case 24/7, examining evidence and finding the missing pieces that will solve the mystery.

In the previous episode the team uncovered the mysterious death of a WLVU basketball coach. Tom Burn's body was found in the locker room after being bludgeoned to death.

The investigation involved the biggest benefactor in WLVU history, Jack Oxford, Burn's wife, Linda and Burn's affair "Mistress Z." They were all suspects of the crime. However, at the end the team found that someone else was the real killer: Rob Austin, president of the university.

Tune in to CSI Crime Scene Investigation "Fallen Angels" on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 10 p.m. ET. Episode 7 will air on CBS. The aired episodes can be watched online for free on the CBS website.