To say that the twelfth season of “Criminal Minds” is an eventful one feels like an understatement, and for the most part, the thick of the action has happened beyond the story of the show. Shemar Moore and Thomas Gibson are gone, Aisha Tyler’s a regular, Paget Brewster is back, and Adam Rodriguez was added. To think, there’s still even more addition to the cast coming later this season.
In terms of what is currently on the air, we are still only three installments into the new season; unfortunately, we’re not going to have another story airing tonight, either. CBS is not airing the show at all tonight due to their coverage of the Presidential Debate, so you’re going to have to wait for a little while longer in order to check out “Keeper,” the next installment airing on October 26. We’ll have some more time in the weeks ahead to get into a deeper discussion all about that, but for now we figured we’d go ahead and offer up a little more information all about what’s coming with the episode airing even beyond that on Wednesday, November 2.
This installment is entitled “The Anti-Terrorism Squad,” and based on what we’re seeing, in this one the BAU is going to have to do their part to see if bullying had a link between two high school students who share an odd thing in common: They’re both the only surviving people in their families after everyone else was killed. It’s certainly an odd, emotional premise to the story, but as we’ve seen with so many installments of this show over the years, things are often much more complicated than they appear to be on paper.
Given that this particular episode is still so far away, we imagine that we’ll have much more to share on this before it airs. Stay tuned…
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