‘Criminal Minds’ Will End After 15 Seasons On CBS

Ruben Ruiz
January 11, 2019

The crime series, which is show-run by executive producer Erica Messer, follows an elite team of Federal Bureau of Investigation profilers who analyze the country's most twisted criminal minds, attempting to anticipate their next moves before they strike again.

The hit CBS show "Criminal Minds" is coming to an end.

The show's official Twitter account broke the news to fans on Thursday.

With just three more episodes to air in its shortened 14th season, Criminal Minds got good news and bad news.

There aren't many shows at all that get to enjoy a 15-season run on television.

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Variety reports the show is now shooting Season 14, which consists of fifteen episodes. "It speaks to everything we do best, which is air quality television".

Dedicated viewers know that season 14's finale is going to include (spoiler alert!) some important moments in the team's lives, including a wedding between David Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and his third ex-wife Krystall (Gail O'Grady), who reunited last season. It has been successful not only on air but online, in syndication, internationally for ABC [Studios]'.

"We discussed wanting to keep the show in continuous production so 10 felt like the right number for us to roll straight into and give Erica enough episodes to end the series the way she wanted to".

As fans know, the show centers around FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, dealing with profiling criminals while investigating awful crimes.

"We wanted to make sure Erica had the time and ability to write a season (14) finale that honors the characters and the fans", Reisenbach said.

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