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He’ll play a special agent who is a member of the FBI Fugitive Task Force and joins the Behavioral Analysis Unit, and will be introduced in the Season 12 premiere.
“We’re thrilled to introduce a new special agent by adding the very talented Adam Rodriguez to our amazing cast,” said Erica Messer, executive producer and showrunner on the long-running procedural. “We have exciting storylines planned for his character and the entire Bau team as we head into our 12th season.”
Rodriguez was most recently seen in recurring roles on “Jane the Virgin” and “Empire. »
- Laura Prudom
Criminal Minds is beefing up its ranks with a new hunky cast member. Adam Rodriguez has joined the cast for season 12, CBS announced. His character, a special agent from the FBI Fugitive Task Force who joins the Behavioral Task Force, will make his debut in the season 12 premiere. "We're thrilled to introduce a new special agent by adding the very talented Adam Rodriguez to our amazing cast," Erica Messer, Criminal Minds executive producer and showrunner, said in a statement. "We have exciting storylines planned for his character and the entire Bau team as we head into our 12th season." Rodriguez joins Joe Mantegna, Thomas Gibson, Matthew Gray Gubler, A.J. Cook and Kirsten Vangsness on the »
Dangerous predators take note: Criminal Minds' Bau team is on the case for another year. CBS announced it has officially renewed the long-running procedural for a full season 12 for the 2016-2017 TV season. According to CBS, Criminal Minds is still a top performer and this season averages 12 million viewers and 2.8 rating in the coveted 18-49 demographic. The series stars Joe Mantegna, Thomas Gibson, Matthew Gray Gubler, A.J. Cook and Kirsten Vangsness. Shemar Moore, a member of the original cast, left the show this season. "All of us at Criminal Minds are sad to say 'see you later' to Agent Derek Morgan. Even sadder that our friend Shemar Moore isn't on set anymore. It was definitely a »
CBS has renewed Joe Mantegna drama “Criminal Minds” for Season 12. Currently in its 11th season, the procedural still draws just over 12 million total viewers per episode — good enough to be a Top 10 drama. “Criminal Minds” averages a 2.8 rating/9 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic — that’s second-best for CBS. Those numbers are per Nielsen’s “most current” ratings metric, which counts seven-day delayed viewing where available. Also Read: Ratings: 'Criminal Minds' Finale Carries CBS Past Fox's 'Empire'-Led Lineup in Viewers Beyond Mantegna, the show also stars Thomas Gibson, Matthew Gray Gubler, A.J. Cook and Kirsten Vangsness. Mark Gordon, »
- Tony Maglio
“Criminal Minds” has finally been renewed for the 2016-2017 season, Variety has learned.
The long-running police procedural sat on the bubble, while CBS had given early renewals to many other staples on the schedule, but the Season 12 pickup was just a matter of time. Sources tell Variety that “Criminal Minds,” which is co-produced by ABC Studios, was was renewed at a lower license fee. Heading into its twelfth season, the procedural is expensive and financial discusses were reason for the holdup, as the show is a steady ratings performer.
The procedural had a strong finish to its eleventh season this Wednesday, as its 1.8 rating in adults 18-49 and nine million total viewers in same-day viewing matched its year-ago scores, even though it faced Fox’s megahit “Empire” this time around. The show is a top ten drama, averaging over 12 million viewers for Season 11, and ranks as CBS’s second highest-rated »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
This week on CBS’ Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, while Jack and the field team are off in Cairo chasing a case, Bau tech analyst Penelope Garcia shows up to solve a mystery of her own.
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In the freshman drama’s third episode, titled “Denial” and airing Wednesday at 10/9c, the International Response Team heads to Cairo when an Egyptian-American former U.S. serviceman is killed in a gas attack, and his friend goes missing.
Meanwhile back home, Iru tech analyst Russell “Monty »
Is there a would-be Supergirl hiding on The Flash? Is a Criminal Minds doctor still in? How will a death rock The Fosters? What twisty finale does Jane the Virgin have on tap? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Bad news, baby girls (and boys), the lovely and talented Shemar Moore is leaving CBS' Criminal Minds TV series. Executive Producer Erica Messer has released a letter, honoring the beloved actor, who has played Ssa Derek Morgan for 11 seasons.
Embedded in the letter is a video of Criminal Minds stars stars Joe Mantegna, Thomas Gibson, A. J. Cook, Matthew Gray Gubler, and Kirsten Vangsness sharing their thoughts on working with Moore and his departure. Watch it, below.
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The cast and showrunner of Criminal Minds commemorate this week’s major send-off, in a new video shared by CBS.
In this Wednesday’s episode — the crime drama’s 251st — Derek Morgan’s story came to a close when, after both he and pregnant fiancée Savannah were targeted by an Unsub, the Bau agent (played by original cast member Shemar Moore) decided to call it a day on his dangerous career and focus on being a family man. »
The following contains spoilers from this Wednesday’s Criminal Minds.
Surveying his 11-year run on the CBS crime drama, “I’m proud of Joe Mantegna, Thomas Gibson, Matthew [Gray Gubler], Kirsten [Vangsness]… because not only did we bust our ass and defy the odds and create a hit show together, everything we did was together,” Moore says, giving props to said co-stars’ behind-the-camera contributions, »
Life has not been easy for Criminal Minds‘ Derek Morgan. Just weeks ago, he was mysteriously abducted. And after barely enduring that ordeal, when last we tuned in someone had the Bau agent in his crosshairs, before a shot rang out.
Series regular Kirsten Vangsness, who last season had a hand in revisiting an old case of former team member Jason Gideon’s, co-wrote this Wednesday’s resolution to that cliffhanger (CBS, 9/8), which was directed by costar Matthew Gray Gubler and will answer some burning questions (as »
Does Very Special Agent Tony Dinozzo have a sister…?
CBS’ NCIS raises that question tonight at 8/7c, when Robert Wagner reprises his role as Anthony Dinozzo, Sr. — who this time around shows up not alone, but in the company of a woman who believes he is her father.
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“He connects with this homeless woman (played by Big Love‘s Melora Walters) who takes him on this bit of a journey,” previews NCIS showrunner Gary Glasberg. And as Senior susses out the situation with his namesake’s help, “It gives us a bit more insight »
Monday’s episode of Supergirl brought us one week closer to The Flash’s arrival in National City. But until Grant Gustin’s masked hero makes his appearance, we’ll have to settle for a whole slew of flashbacks. (Eh? See what I did there?)
Fortunately, the CBS drama’s latest installment was chock full of blasts from the past, which revealed a whole lot about its core characters. (Are any of us surprised that Winn had a super-dorky hairstyle two years ago? The matted-down look does not become you, Mr. Schott Jr.)
13 items from 2016
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