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TV HUNTER picks best 10 shows of 2017

TV Hunter picks his top 10 shows of 2017. Do you agree with his choices?

2017 has been a doozy.

Few will contest saying arrivederci to this year when the time comes to ring 2018. But before that ball drops, let’s take a moment to appreciate one of the bright spots of 2017 — the continuing abundance of great television.

Upward of 500 shows aired in the past 12 months and for anyone who tried to stay up to date on even a fraction of them, the binging exhaustion is real. Even choosing 10 of the best is a challenge when reflecting on all that flooded the air (and streaming) waves. But I’m here to give it a shot, one I will certainly revise many times as I write it and regret for months afterward.

Anyway, here are my top 10 shows of 2017:

10. “Playing House”

Read more at: http://www.goupstate.com/news/20171214/tv-hunter-picks-best-10-shows-of-2017

People ‘cheated’ on their partners with these Netflix shows

Netflix is notoriously tight-lipped about its viewership numbers, but the streaming giant has recently released some juicy information about the way people watch its shows. In its roundup of 2017’s most-binged shows, it included the top 10 shows that inspired people to “cheat” and watch ahead of their partners. So if you were watching “Narcos” with your significant other and suspected he or she of jumping ahead on the nights you worked late, you have something else to argue about during the holidays! Crime shows, in fact, led the top 10 in cheating. Here they are:

1. “Narcos”

The drama, now three seasons and counting, chronicles the Colombian drug trade and the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar. It’s filled with pulse-pounding confrontations between cartels and the DEA, so it’s no surprise viewers can’t wait to jump to the next chapter without their partners.

2. “13 Reasons Why”

https://nypost.com/2017/12/14/people-cheated-on-their-partners-with-these-netflix-shows/

FBI involved in ASC arson probe – News – The Evening Tribune …

University Police ‘optimistic’ evidence will lead to arrest

ALFRED — The University Police Department at Alfred State “is optimistic that scientific analysis may yield a conclusion” to arson fires that plagued a residence hall in November, the college said in a statement posted on its website Wednesday.

In its latest update on the arson probe and the search for suspects, Alfred State officials revealed that the high-tech investigation is utilizing federal criminal profiling, DNA, video surveillance and a “silent witness” system to generate leads.

Local law enforcement agencies as well as county and state fire investigators are probing three fires that were intentionally set over a seven-day period in November. The fires were reported on Nov. 8, Nov. 14 and Nov. 15 in Mackenzie North residence hall. Each of the fires were set in trash cans, college officials said, adding that paper and plastic

Read more at: http://www.eveningtribune.com/news/20171214/fbi-involved-in-asc-arson-probe

FBI involved in ASC arson probe – Dansville

University Police ‘optimistic’ evidence will lead to arrest

ALFRED — The University Police Department at Alfred State “is optimistic that scientific analysis may yield a conclusion” to arson fires that plagued a residence hall in November, the college said in a statement posted on its website Wednesday.

In its latest update on the arson probe and the search for suspects, Alfred State officials revealed that the high-tech investigation is utilizing federal criminal profiling, DNA, video surveillance and a “silent witness” system to generate leads.

Local law enforcement agencies as well as county and state fire investigators are probing three fires that were intentionally set over a seven-day period in November. The fires were reported on Nov. 8, Nov. 14 and Nov. 15 in Mackenzie North residence hall. Each of the fires were set in trash cans, college officials said, adding that paper and plastic

Read more at: http://www.dansvilleonline.com/news/20171214/fbi-involved-in-asc-arson-probe

TV HUNTER picks best 10 shows of 2017

TV Hunter picks his top 10 shows of 2017. Do you agree with his choices?

2017 has been a doozy.

Few will contest saying arrivederci to this year when the time comes to ring 2018. But before that ball drops, let’s take a moment to appreciate one of the bright spots of 2017 — the continuing abundance of great television.

Upward of 500 shows aired in the past 12 months and for anyone who tried to stay up to date on even a fraction of them, the binging exhaustion is real. Even choosing 10 of the best is a challenge when reflecting on all that flooded the air (and streaming) waves. But I’m here to give it a shot, one I will certainly revise many times as I write it and regret for months afterward.

Anyway, here are my top 10 shows of 2017:

10. “Playing

Read more at: http://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20171214/tv-hunter-picks-best-10-shows-of-2017

Why is Reid in prison in Criminal Minds?

Why is Reid in prison in Criminal Minds?
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Criminal Minds on CBS tells the story of a group of FBI profilers who deal with some of the most complex criminals and try to catch them through behavioural profiling.

BBC confirm Peter Kay’s Car Share specials will go ahead after cancelling upcoming tour

The characters on the show are some of the most loved on television with one character in particular carving his way into the hearts of the biggest fans of the show, that is Spencer Reid.

Played by Matthew Gray Gubler, Reid is characterised by his intense intelligence and social awkwardness.

In season 12 the character goes through a particularly dramatic arc that involves some jail time.

If you haven’t watched season 12 yet, or are in the early stages of the season, stop reading now

Read more at: http://metro.co.uk/2017/12/13/reid-prison-criminal-minds-7157039/

PC told man ‘a car full of black people in gangsta clothing’ is going to get stopped

PC told man ‘a car full of black people in gangsta clothing’ is going to get stopped

The video was seen by hundreds of thousands of people.

DMO Deejay’s YouTube recording

A Met Police officer recorded talking to a black man about “criminal profiling” was not intentionally racist but “clumsy” with his wording, a police watchdog has found.

Met officers stopped a Bentley driving in central…

Read more at: https://www.policeoracle.com/news/roads_policing/2017/Dec/13/PC-told-man-a-car-full-of-black-people-in-gangsta-clothing-is-going-to-get-stopped-_96508.html

Scoop: Coming Up on CRIMINAL MINDS on NBC – Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Scoop: Coming Up on CRIMINAL MINDS on NBC - Wednesday, January 3, 2018 On the episode “Submerged” – When a series of backyard pool homicides are reported in California, the BAU team team searches for an UnSub with a puzzling past, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Jan. 3 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Lou Diamond Phillips guest stars as Sheriff Clifford.

CRIMINAL MINDS revolves around an elite team of FBI profilers who analyze the country’s most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next moves before they strike again. The Behavioral Analysis Unit’s most experienced agent is David Rossi, founding member of the BAU, who is essential in helping the team solve new cases. Other members include Special Agent Emily Prentiss, the daughter of high-powered diplomats who returns to the team after being the head profiler at Interpol; Special Agent Dr. Spencer Reid, a classically misunderstood

Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Scoop-Coming-Up-on-CRIMINAL-MINDS-on-NBC-Wednesday-January-3-2018-20171212

‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13 Spoilers: When Will the Series be Back?

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The squad will track down a new UnSub and solve another confounding crime in the upcoming episode of “Criminal Minds.”

According to CarterMatt, the fans will have to wait until January for the new episode since the series has gone on a brief hiatus for the holiday season. No spoilers have been revealed for episode 10, only the title “Submerged” which may or may not feature an underwater investigation for the BAU. If the storyline will involve something with water, it will be something that is rarely seen in the “Major Crimes” universe.

Meanwhile, the last episode that aired for the CBS series dwelled on a group of conspiracy theorists who was attempting to hide two murders. The BAU had to travel to Roswell, New Mexico, and for a while, the viewers entertained the thought

Read more at: https://www.christianpost.com/news/criminal-minds-season-13-spoilers-when-will-the-series-be-back-209793/

The 50 best TV shows of 2017: No 6 Mindhunter

For a show about some of the 20th-century’s bloodiest murderers, Mindhunter doesn’t have that much blood. Or murder, for that matter.

Instead, Netflix’s best drama focuses on the birth of criminal profiling in late-70s America. Produced by Charlize Theron and David Fincher – who directed a handful of episodes (as did Asif Kapadia and Borgen writer Tobias Lindholm) – Mindhunter tells the story of two FBI officers awakening to the idea of using the minds of real-life monsters such as Jerry Brudos and Richard Speck to stop similar crimes happening in the future.

Fincher isn’t actually the showrunner of Mindhunter (although squint and you’re in Zodiac). That job belongs to British writer Joe Penhall, last seen adapting the Kinks’ songs for the stage in jukebox musical Sunny Afternoon. Penhall took agent John E Douglas’s 1995 book Mindhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite

Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/dec/12/the-best-tv-shows-2017-no-6-mindhunter