Criminal Minds – Episode 10.19 – Beyond Borders
Criminal Minds – Episode 10.20 – A Place At The Table
Criminal Minds – Episode 10.21 – Here There Be Monsters
Criminal Minds – Episode 10.22 – Protection
Criminal Minds – Episode 10.23 – The Hunt (Season Finale)
Anything for Reid coming up on Criminal Minds? – Diana
All I can squeeze out of sources fight now is that Dr. Reid is due for “a great, emotional arc in Episodes 13 and 14,” airing during February sweeps.
And while there is no “official” use yet, we have a scoop that “Queer as Folk”-alum Robert Gant has been cast in a role on the show.
— ANTHONY MEINDL (@AnthonyMeindl) January 7, 2015
10.03: “A Thousand Suns”
10.04: “The Itch”
10.05: “If the Shoe Fits”
10.06: “Boxed In”
Looks like a former Jericho resident is going to be stirring up trouble for Hotchner and the gang.
Alicia Coppola — who played IRS agent-turned-blushing bride Mimi on the CBS drama — will appear on the fourth episode of Criminal Minds‘ upcoming 10th season, TVLine has learned exclusively. Coppola will play Lisa Randall, the head of a Morgellons syndrome support group who’s “willing to go as far as she can to protect group members privacy.”
(Gee, that doesn’t sound incriminating at all.)
Since Jericho ended in 2008, Coppola has appeared on countless other shows, including NCIS: Los Angeles, The Nine Lives of Chloe King, Two and a Half Men and Teen Wolf.
As TVLine also exclusively reported, Dawson’s Creek alum Kerr Smith will guest-star on Criminal Minds‘ Oct. 1 premiere as body part-collector Frank Cowles. (Yeah, gross, I know.)
The season is not complete yet but I’ve added some more episodes to Season 1.
The Show > Season 1 > Screencaptures
CBS’s Criminal Minds gets some new blood this fall when Jennifer Love Hewitt joins the cast in the Oct. 1 premiere as agent Kate Callahan.
“Kate is smart, charming, and wise for her years,” says executive producer Erica Messer. “Her background is criminal psychology, and her passion comes from wanting to make the world a safe place. She’s had a lot of personal loss that makes her a patriot and a nurturing figure to those in her personal and work families.”
Callahan, an eight-year FBI vet, is also an old pal of the BAU team and fits right in — just like Hewitt does on set. “The rapport feels like friends catching up,” Messer says. “If feels like she’s always been here.”