The Season 12 finale of Criminal Minds had the BAU team rushing to capture the illusive Mr. Scratch when both SUVs that they are riding in are T-boned in a lethal accident that may not have been an accident at all.
From the promo for the Season 13 premiere, it can be seen that Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) was seriously injured and taken to the hospital. Since she was sitting on the passenger side, she must have been among the most severely injured, so her fate remains in limbo, as does that of the rest of the team David Rossi (Joe Mantegna), “JJ” Jareau (A.J. Cook), Dr. Tara Lewis (Aisha Tyler), Luke Alvez (Adam Rodriguez) and Stephen Walker (Damon Gupton).
Safe are Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness) and Dr. Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler), who were not in the SUVs, so it is up to them to carry on the hunt for
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Criminal Minds ended Season 12 with a major car crash cliffhanger, but “who survived?” isn’t the only burning question on fans’ minds.
That’s because Damon Gupton was let go over the summer after less than a full season and was replaced by Daniel Henney, who is moving to the mothership series in the wake of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders‘ cancellation. It’s enough to make you forget that, oh yeah, Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) was also released from prison in the finale.
So how will all this be handled next in Season 13 — or “our lucky 13,” as executive producer Erica Messer has dubs it? Here’s what you can expect.
Criminal Minds Boss on That Cast Shake-Up: “Everything Was a Thoughtful Decision”
Who survives? Mr. Scratch’s (Bodhi
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CBS has unveiled now the first Criminal Minds season 13 promo, and there’s one big takeaway from it: Drama. The show isn’t really interested in disclosing too many big events coming up down the road on the show, but they’re more than happy to tease a few things in the aftermath of the latest cliffhanger.
Let’s start things off here at CarterMatt by reminding everyone out there for a moment what that cliffhanger was: An epic car collision, one that
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It can be heartbreaking for fans when a favorite character leaves the show. Such was the case for many Criminal Minds fans when the highly talented and beloved Paget Brewster left in 2012. Luckily, she returned to the role in 2014 for guest appearances and again in 2016 as a main cast member. Her brilliant work on the series has reinvigorated her career, earning her a great number of fans in the process.
Fans who are wondering about Brewster’s past will not be disappointed; her life has been just as interesting as her characters. From her early days on Friends right up to her performances in Another Period today, she has captivated audiences around the world. For those who want to know a little more about this gifted performer, here are five of the most interesting facts about Paget Brewster.
5. She had her own talk show
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This week, Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller announced that talks are now beginning with a view to bringing the much lamented show back to TV in some form. It’s incredibly early days, of course, but we could yet see Mads Mikkelsen’s stylish serial killer back at work, cooking up a storm using meat of dubious origin. Meanwhile on Netflix, David Fincher is soon to unleash Mindhunter, the story of the FBI’s first criminal profiling task force. Hannibal had a huge female viewership during its run on TV, and it’s a fair bet that Mindhunter will too, because viewing figures and book sales show that women love crime stories, from the most genteel, Sunday night Miss Marple-alike drama to the most shocking and gory productions. Heck, we’re still working out way through Top Of The Lake‘s second season in fascination. But what makes us so keen on all this darkness?
There are lots
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Lee Sun Bin expressed her love for her character in tvN’s “Criminal Mind!”
Wellmade Yedang revealed new stills of Lee Sun Bin in the drama on August 5. Lee Sun Bin is currently portraying Yoo Min Young, an NCI Crime Behavior Analysis Media Officer.
The stills capture her charismatic presence within a sea of reporters. Through her agency, Lee Sun Bin said, “I thought carefully and deeply about how my words can gain the trust of viewers, especially because of my role as a media officer.”
She continued, “I am putting in effort to create a balanced character, since Yoo Min Young has a warm, caring side, in addition to her cold, professional personality.”
tvN’s “Criminal Minds” airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 10:50 p.m. KST.
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Will Season 13 be the lucky year the BAU finally catches Mr. Scratch on Criminal Minds?
The unsub has been at large since breaking out of prison in the Season 11 finale and has been one step ahead of the BAU since, targeting their family members and luring them into a trap in the Season 12 finale that culminated in a multiple SUV pileup. Showrunner Erica Messer told TV Guide in May that she had not yet decided if Scratch (Bodhi Elfman) will be caught in Season 13, but now that the show’s back in production, it sounds like she has landed on something.
“I think we’re gonna get our hands on Mr. Scratch,” Adam Rodriguez teased when TV Guide caught up with the cast at CBS’ Television Critics Association summer press tour party. “Maybe.”
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It’s not as innocuous of a quote as
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Over the course of 12 seasons, Criminal Minds has had several cast shakeups though none of which has caused so much noise than the one involving lead star Thomas Gibson. And now that we’re about to enter season 13, fans are faced with the reality of losing yet another member of the BAU team no thanks to the explosive cliffhanger that has left eight lives hanging in the balance.
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Lee Joon Gi shared the differences between performing in modern and historical dramas during a Naver V Live broadcast on July 26.
“Because historical dramas have certain lines set in stone, you can’t just add adlibs freely. On the other hand, since modern dramas take place in the era that I am living in right now, I can be much more natural,” the actor explained.
Lee Joon Gi added with a smile, “More than anything, I like how the travel time [between sets] is short and how I can work in air conditioning.”
The actor also touched on his feelings about the premiere of his newest drama, “Criminal Minds,” stating, “The first broadcast of a drama is always quite burdensome. It’s part excitement and part burden, but I usually feel more of the burdensome aspect.”
tvN’s “Criminal Minds” is a remake of the American drama of the same
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