If there is any television series that can show you the darkest sides of human beings, we must take the name of “Criminal Minds” as it’s truly a crime drama series that involves some peculiar and unique ways of murdering people and creating violence in the city. Oppositely, this CBS’ show is also known as American police procedural TV series as the role of Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) is absolutely nonpareil as far as performing investigation and solving the mysteries are concerned.
“Criminal Minds season 11 is now in its mid-season hiatus but the fans are still showing interests to know the spoilers of the series. With its expected return in January next year, MNG had earlier discussed about Dr. Spencer Reid’s (Matthew Gray Gubler) special date with Cat Adams (Aubrey Plaza). We even earlier learnt that she would pull out a gun and tell him that she knows he works for the BAU. Adams will get full opportunity to kill Reid if her condition is not fulfilled.
According to Fashion & Style, Reid will be forced to use his skills for a test placed by her. He will be asked to solve a series of puzzles so that he becomes successful in saving the unsuspecting patrons from being murdered by her.
“It was a dream. We were born to be on screen together-like ‘Aladdin’ characters Jafar and Iago,” Gubler jokingly said while Cartermatt asked him about his experience working with Plaza.
On the other hand, the upcoming episodes of “Criminal Minds” season 11 is reportedly going to hunt for an amateur doctor obsessed with immortality. He will reportedly threaten to kill his human guinea pigs, Latin Post revealed.
“The unsub was traumatized by an elderly man at a nursing home that caused him to become fixated on finding a cure to prevent people from getting older and then dying from old age. To do that, he performed blood transfusions on his subjects and used the DNA from animals with longevity to try to create a ‘fountain of youth’ remedy,” the website published.
CBS will start airing of “Criminal Minds” season 11 on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016 at 9 p.m. EST.
Photo Source: Facebook/Criminal Minds