Monthly Archives: August 2017

Scoop: CRIMINAL MINDS on CBS – Wednesday, September 27, 2017

BWW Review: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, VOL 2 is a Hilarious, ‘Small’ Story

I settled into a screening of VOL. 2, it was with a twinge of nervousness that the sequel would not …

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Training course in forensic psychology to be held in Chennai

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‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13 Spoilers: Reid’s Problems About His Mother to Continue

Facebook/CriminalMindsDiana may return in the next season of “Criminal Minds.”

Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) will continue to worry about his mother, Diana (Jane Lynch), in the upcoming season of “Criminal Minds.”

Lynch recently said she was still not sure if she would reprise her role in the CBS procedural. According to her, she would love to portray Diana again, but at the moment, she has yet to receive any update with regards to the storyline being continued. The last installment was unkind to Diana. Her health condition worsened, and to top it all off, she was abducted by Cat (Aubrey Plaza) and Lindsey (Gia Mantegna).

“I don’t know if you’re going to see Diana Reid again. I hope you do. I would love to come back,” Lynch shared with TV Guide at the Television Critics Association press tour. “She’s in a very interesting place

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Tin Star Trailer and Release Date for Amazon’s Tim Roth Cop Series

Amazon is on quite the tear when it comes to nabbing exclusive domestic rights for a wide variety of peak television content for its streaming service Amazon Prime. Now, the upcoming small-town police drama Tin Star, headlined by Tim Roth, will be the latest to join the lineup, arriving exclusively in the U.S. on Amazon Prime and Sky Atlantic in the U.K. with a 10-episode inaugural season.

The Tin Star trailer has arrived, showing a cop series that seems to mix some levity-infused Twin Peaks “big city lawman in an eccentric small town” idiosyncrasies with a dark conspiracy centering on the activities of a local oil company.

Tin Star Season 1 Trailer

Tim Roth stars as Jim Worth, a British expat who serves as the police chief in a tranquil Canadian Rockies town called Little Big Bear; a radically new locale to which he brought his family in search of a better

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‘Criminal Minds’ season 13 spoilers: BAU member kidnapped; returning characters

“Criminal Minds” will return for its 13th season in September.Twitter/CrimMinds_CBS

A Behavioral Analysis Unit member is taken hostage and a few characters are coming back in the 13th season of “Criminal Minds.” Spoilers suggested that a BAU member will go missing and it is up to Garcia (Kristen Vangsness) and Agent Simmons (Daniel Henney) to find them. 

The events of season 12 left the lives of Rossi (Joe Mantegna), Prentiss (Paget Brewster), Lewis (Aisha Tyler), JJ (A.J. Cook), Alvez (Adam Rodriguez) and Walker (Damon Gupton) hanging on the balance. The show’s executive producer Erica Messer revealed to Entertainment Weekly that in the season premiere, Garcia is the one who picks up the call for help by her colleagues, and Simmons is the one she calls to help her out. 

Messer shared that Simmons drives her to the site of the team’s

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Does James Fitzgerald Still Work For The FBI? The Unabomber Profiler Has An Active Career

Discovery’s limited series Manhunt: Unabomber retraces the 17-year bombing spree that hung over America from 1978 to 1995 — a case cracked in large part by FBI profiler James Fitzgerald (played by Sam Worthington in the show). He’s gone on to lead an extensive career investigating some of the last century’s most notorious crimes: JonBenét Ramsey’s 1996 murder, the 2001 anthrax investigation, the Beltway sniper attacks of 2002. But now two decades later, many viewers may wonder if James Fitzgerald still works for the FBI.

According to his website, he officially retired from the bureau in 2007, but has continued to explore forensic linguistics in various professional capacities. He’s done analysis for his Virginia-based company, The Academy Group, consulted on TV shows like Criminal Minds and AE’s Killer Profiler, and chronicled his life across three books in his memoir series, A

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Colin Cloud – AGT Mentalist Trick Revealed

Colin Cloud is a mentalist contestant on America’s Got Talent and he says that he uses criminal profiling to carry out many of his tricks. But, apparently, there are some easy ways to execute his tricks without having psychic abilities, according to a site called Secrets Explained.

In the above audition video, Cloud conducts an elaborate trick, involving the judges. First, he correctly guesses the professions of a couple people sitting in the front row and then he asks host Tyra Banks to sit on a box that is on stage. Afterwards, he performs a coin trick, guessing which hand the coin is in when judge Howie Mandel participates. He also does the same with judge Mel B and so on. During this, he asks the audience for their input, asking them to pick a color, a name and an animal.

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‘America’s Got Talent’ 2017 Contestants: Live Shows Week 3

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Tonight is week 3 of the live shows for America’s Got Talent 2017 and several of the winners on the show will be performing. Twelve acts are set to perform and we’ve got the rundown on each of them, along with videos of their previous performances. Tomorrow night, the results episode will air, with only seven acts advancing to the semifinals. So, who are the contestants set to perform this week? Let’s get into the acts below.

Angelina Green

Angelina Green is a 13-year-old singer, who earned the golden buzzer from Heidi Klum when she sang “I’ll

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Kerik: Arpaio Charges Were Pure Politics – Just Like Criticism of Pardon

The recent criticism of President Donald Trump from the left and the right – and especially from GOP members of Congress – over the pardon of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona has exposed a dangerous problem within our government.

A sheriff in a state that borders Mexico, where tens of thousands illegally enter the U.S. every year, targeted these criminals in accordance with U.S. immigration laws.

Yet the federal government claimed he was racially profiling. His response was that he was targeting those he believed had entered the country illegally. A federal crime.

In reality, his actions were predictive and criminal profiling, but in today’s politically correct environment, it’s “racial profiling.”

Arpaio was targeted for prosecution by the same administration that was ignoring violations of U.S. immigration law, endorsing sanctuary cities/states, and doing

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Timeless Quotes That Accompanied Sinister Cases On “Criminal Minds”

Every case in tvN’s “Criminal Minds” is action-packed, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats. On top of that, the drama features meaningful quotes said by famous individuals, which adds another layer of depth to these cases. Let’s dig into four memorable quotes and their corresponding storylines!

Warning: spoilers below. 

Joseph Conrad

“A belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary, men alone are quite capable of every wickedness.” – Joseph Conrad

Upon Kim Hyun Joon (Lee Joon Gi) joining the NCI and completing the team, their first case was a serial murder case. The suspect Park Jae Min (Jang Dong Joo) severely protected accomplice Ahn Sang Chul (Kim In Kwon), which amplified the mysteriousness of the case. It was because Park Jae Min was the one who got revenge on the people that tormented him. The NCI team succeeded in solving their case, due to their keen profiling skills. Kang

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