‘Criminal Minds’ Season 11: Michael Irvin In Episode 3, ‘The Mentalist’s’ Tim Kang, Marisol Nichols Of ‘Teen Wolf’ In The Series?
Just a day is left for us to see the airing of the much-awaited CBS’ police procedural drama “Criminal Minds” season 11 and this is the time to see how far all our speculations will be up to the mark. When we all are waiting to get the identity of a masked man in the Behavioural Analysis Unit (BAU) team (who will be seen strangely killing his enemies), Cartermatt brought the news of exciting appearance of NFL legend Michael Irvin in the third episode entitled “Til Death Do Us Part” to be aired on Oct. 14, 2015. The outlet also confirmed that the story might evolve as a possible serial killer taking out brides-to-be in Savannah, Georgia. Continue reading to get more highlights.
Realty Today reminded us of a disguised ‘traitor’ in the BAU and Hotchner who is responsible for leaking all the information about the ongoing investigations to be performed by the team. The show will put more emphasis on finding out the “mole in disguise” as he/she is shown in trailer having a typical habit of first putting injection to restrict the movement of his enemies. Then he paints their faces before killing them.
The executive producer and showrunner, Erica Messer shared in a conversation with TVLine that “Criminal Minds” season 11 would show the team dealing with one of the biggest investigations having a “network of hit men” called “The Dirty Dozen.”
On the other hand, fans will have more charm in the upcoming season by seeing the entry of “The Mentalist” star Tim Kang and “Teen Wolf’s” Marisol Nichols, as confirmed by Latin Post and International Business Times India.
The outlets also revealed by further studying the synopsis of the episode titled “The Witness” that Kang would be seen playing the role of a medical supply worker and Nichols to be seen as a FBI agent who would assist other BAU team members to prevent a massive attack on Los Angeles.
Never miss “Criminal Minds” season 11 on Sept. 30, 2015 on CBS.
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