There are still many mysteries out there when it comes to Criminal Minds season 15, which really shouldn’t come as a big shock. This is a show that is still many months away from the premiere and because of that, CBS wants to keep some of its cards close to the vest.
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Yet, one of the things that we know about the show already is that we’re going to be seeing an appearance from Michael Mosley as the Big Bad! We’ve already met his character of Everett Lynch already and, over time, we’re going to see him become more and more dangerous along the way.
Speaking via TVLine, actor Michael Mosley confirms that you will see him turn up in a good “four or five” of the upcoming ten episodes this season — consider that another bit of evidence that the show is going for more of a procedural feel this time around than what they’ve done in the past. He’s someone who is crafty, smart, and has the nickname of “The Chameleon” for a reason. Mosley notes that this role gives him a chance to wear disguises and then also “run around like a maniac.” He also notes that he was there until the end, so this is not some sort of arc that will be wrapped up in the early going of the season.
As we watch this story play out, there are a number of different things worthy of some excitement. Take, for example, seeing how the BAU reacts to being pushed to their limit like this! The majority of the series’ villains are ones that we see for only an episode or two — sometimes, we get some that are around for four or five, but it’s rare to have one who was around for a solid half of the season.
Be prepared for the final season to premiere in 2020.
What do you want to see from Criminal Minds season 15, especially when it comes to a villain?
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