Crim­i­nal Minds

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Television -

Wed­nes­day, 8.30pm, Seven Dressed in a white smock, a new-age god­dess in Citronelle, Alabama (how per­fect is that?), is waft­ing around in her gar­den thank­ing God and ut­ter­ing af­fir­ma­tions with her eyes closed. I’m sure it isn’t giv­ing away spoil­ers to tell you that some­thing en­tirely oldage and hor­ri­ble hap­pens to her right there in the gar­den, since the pro­fil­ing of crim­i­nals in­volved in se­ri­ous crimes has been the modus operandi of Crim­i­nal Minds since its in­cep­tion eight sea­sons ago. Still, it is ef­fec­tively a freak-out for her, and for us. Then, back in Quan­tico, Vir­ginia, at the FBI’s en­tirely fic­tional be­havioural anal­y­sis unit, this sea­son’s cast, which thank­fully still in­cludes orig­i­nal mem­bers bureau chief Aaron Hotch­ner (Thomas Gib­son, Dharma & Greg) and spe­cial agent Derek Mor­gan (She­mar Moore, The Young and the Rest­less ), pre­pares to pro­file and find the bad guy.

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