Posted by: Kierra
24 Oct 2014
“Boxed In” – When a young boy who went missing in San Diego on Halloween suddenly reappears one year later, the BAU must work fast when another trick-or-treater disappears under similar circumstances, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Oct. 29 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Series star Thomas Gibson directed the episode. Gibson’s son, Travis, guest stars as Jake McCauley, one of the missing boy’s friends.
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Posted by: Kierra
24 Oct 2014
Hey everybody! I have added 154 logoless high definition screen captures from last night’s episode of Criminal Minds titled ‘The Itch’ to the gallery. What did you think of the episode? Feel free to comment or tweet us to share your thoughts! If your looking for last week’s screen captures they are now also uploaded into the gallery and you can check them out here. Enjoy!
Criminal Mins > Season 10 > Screen Captures > 10×04 – The Itch
Posted by: Eric
8 Oct 2014
Hey everybody! I just updated our photo gallery with 151 high definition screen captures of Jennifer from tonight’s all new episode of “Criminal Minds.” What did you guys think? Leave a comment or tweet us to share your thoughts. If you haven’t seen the promo for next weeks episode, you can check it out here. Enjoy!
Criminal Minds > Season 10 > Screen Captures > 10×02 – Burn
Posted by: Eric
8 Oct 2014
Hey everybody! Check out the promo for next weeks all new episode of “Criminal Minds.” You can catch the promo below and stay tuned for high definition screen captures of Jennifer from tonight’s episode. Enjoy!
Posted by: Eric
2 Oct 2014
Hey everybody! I uploaded 572 high definition screen captures of Jennifer from last night’s season ten premiere of “Criminal Minds!” What did you guys think of the premiere? How do you think Jennifer did on her first episode? I absolutely loved it and thought she did a fantastic job! She blended so well in with the rest of the cast. Leave a comment or tweet us to share your thoughts on the premiere. If you haven’t seen the promo for next weeks all new episode, you can check it out here. Enjoy!
Criminal Minds > Season 10 > Screen Captures > 10×01 – X
Posted by: Eric
2 Oct 2014
Hey everybody! Check out the promo for next weeks all new episode of “Criminal Minds.” Not only that, but you can check out the official press release for the episode. Screen captures from tonight’s episode will be up soon. Enjoy!
“Burn” – A series of abductions and murders in Seattle send the BAU seeking an UnSub who was abused in the past and is out for revenge. Meanwhile, Garcia heads to Texas to confront the man she shot while defending Reid and herself, as he waits on Death Row, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Oct. 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. C.S. Lee (“Dexter”) guest stars as high school English teacher Justin Leu.
Posted by: Eric
1 Oct 2014
Jennifer Love Hewitt stopped by “The Talk” earlier today to promote the new season of “Criminal Minds.” Unfortunately I only have 2 short clips for you guys, but hopefully the full interview pops up soon. In the first clip, she talks about being a mother to her ten month old daughter and why she named her Autumn. In the second, she discusses joining the cast of “Criminal Minds” and tonight’s season premiere. Hewitt says about playing an FBI agent, “I really love it. There are challenges because I have to wear the FBI vest and I’m still breastfeeding…that’s been interesting, but it’s been fun. I’ve never gotten to anything like that before.” Enjoy and don’t forget to check out the season premiere tonight at 9:00PM on CBS!
Posted by: Eric
1 Oct 2014
Erica Messer can’t think of a more perfect day for Criminal Minds to turn 10.
“Episode 10.1 airs on 10/1. How cool is that?” Messer tells TVGuide.com. “It wasn’t planned. We didn’t know that until we started back up and we were well in the swing of things, and [CBS] mentioned that the premiere would be a little later than usual because of Extant and Survivor. So it’s great timing.”
But for Messer, “seven” is the magic number for Season 10. After Jeanne Tripplehorn left the series in the Season 9 finale, Messer told TVGuide.com at the time that she wasn’t sure if they would replace her or just stick with the remaining six BAU members. “It was a really big, long conversation with the network and the studio, and they said, ‘Let’s go ahead and try to find someone new,'” she says.
Enter Jennifer Love Hewitt as Kate Callahan. The actress was not only on the top of the network’s list because of her days on Ghost Whisperer, but she and Messer go way back to Party of Five.
“I knew her many, many moons ago at Party of Five,'” Messer says with a laugh.”So it was sort of, ‘Well, she just had a baby. We don’t know if she wants to go back to work or not.’ I sat down with her and caught up and it was like no time had passed. I then told her that the show is different from what she’s been doing because what she’s been doing is being No. 1 on the call sheet, having to be there 14 hours a day every day. … I think it was the combination of the actors on the show and the idea of doing something different. She has never fought crime like this. She’s an amazing addition. She’s laughing it up with the cast and crew and certainly believable as an FBI agent on screen. It’s been a breath of fresh air for us.”
But just who is Kate Callahan? What’s her secret? Get the scoop and more from Messer below.
1. Undercover boss
Kate is not who you think she is when we first meet her. That’s because she’s undercover collaring a perp before she heads to the BAU to interview with Hotch (Thomas Gibson), who hires her on the spot. “You see her interacting with a criminal in a way you don’t see our team doing it, which is she has to act like she enjoys being with this person before turning the tables on him,” Messer says. “One of the things she says to Hotch is, ‘It takes me a couple of months to catch one offender. You catch a new one every week. How do you do that and how do you not let it take over your life?’ She’s got to adapt to that skill set, which we’ll see throughout the season.”
2. Kate’s secret
Like the introduction of Blake (Tripplehorn), Kate has a mysterious backstory that viewers will get a peek at when we follow her home at the end of the season premiere. But unlike Blake, hers won’t be tied to an unsub or even keep you guessing that long. Hotch and Rossi (Joe Mantegna) already know her secret, which involves a plane crash, and she will tell Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) in the third episode. “Something pretty tragic happened in her life, but she wasn’t a victim necessarily,” Messer says. “Her secret is not like Blake’s at all. She’s been dealt a hand that most people aren’t dealt. There’s no secret in that, but she also doesn’t want it to be what defines her, certainly to the rest of the team.” The event is also partially what spurred Kate on to become an FBI agent. “She was on her way there with her psychology degree, but this happened at a very important time in her life,” Messer says. “It was her trigger, so to speak, and it informs why she’s as strong as she is. She’s very tough, smart and fearless.”
3. The long road to recovery
As we previously reported, Garcia (Kristen Vangsness) will be suffering from PTSD as a result of shooting the pseudo-nurse who tried to poison Reid in the season finale. In the second episode, she will meet with the guy in prison and get some closure, but look for it to pop up again. “[Meeting him] will certainly help, but I don’t think you move on from traumatic events completely, so it will come up here and there,” Messer says. “Morgan and Hotch really try to help her.” In better PTSD news, Reid will not fall back on Dilaudid after his brush with death in the finale. “He becomes even wiser,” Messer says. “You see how he’s dealing with it, but there’s nothing tragic. That’s definitely by design. He’s had a lot of tragedy, so maybe the surprising thing is we don’t go there.”
4. Jane Lynch is (maybe) back!
It’s been six years since we last saw Reid’s schizophrenic mom Diana, but now that Gleeis ending — with a shortened season at that — chances are looking very up for her to finally return. “We’ve been teased throughout the years that we could have her. We don’t want to get our hopes up again, but we’re starting to think of ideas,” Messer says, adding that a return would not occur until the second half of the season. Diana was most recently mentioned last year, when Reid learned that she’s been doing well and went on a supervised trip to the Grand Canyon. Because of that, Messer wants her return to be in a similarly positive vein. (Maybe she’s released from Bennington Sanitarium?) “The thing that brings her back can’t be sad and heartbreaking. We’ve seen that already,” she says. “We need to have a big splash to bring her back and we want to arc out what that could be.”
5. Don’t scratch
The season’s still young, but Messer promises that the fourth episode is the show’s “grossest episode yet.” There’s not much in the way of blood and gore, but the hour, titled “The Itch,” will be heavy on creepy crawlers, as it follows an unsub who believes he has cockroach larvae in his body. “He tortures people with live cockroaches because he wants them to believe him,” Messer says. “We had 1,500 live cockroaches on set. The psychological torture of this one is victim and audience alike! I kept squirming and closing my eyes when I watched it. It will creep people out!”
6. A love letter for you — yes, you!
To celebrate the big 1-0, Messer is planning a major midseason episode — similar to last season’s 200th episode — that will have many callbacks and possibly old faces from the last nine years. “I can’t talk about it yet, but I’ve got an idea. It’s going to be a giant team episode because those are my favorite,” she says. “It’s going to be a love letter to fans who’ve been with us all 10 years.”
7. Replicating The Replicator (story line)
For the second time ever, the series will feature a season-long unsub, who will be introduced at the end of the premiere after the BAU thinks they’ve closed the case of the week, which involves human limb collecting. Technically, they do solve the case, since the new, overarching one spans beyond chopping off some arms and legs. (Hint: It involves a wide-reaching network.) “The unsub is only part of the puzzle,” Messer teases. After touching on the case midway through the season, Messer plans to wrap up the story line in the last two episodes. “It will culminate in the finale. We try to break our last two episodes of the year as a movie. We know pretty much how Part 1 would end and how the finale would end. You’ll probably think one thing [after you see the premiere], but it’s bigger than you think.”
Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on CBS.
Posted by: Eric
1 Oct 2014
“Criminal Minds” executive producer, Erica Messer, sat down with TV Fanatic to chat about the upcoming season of the series. TV Fanatic asked a few question about Jennifer Love Hewitt, as well as her character. You can check out the snippet below. They also talked more about the new cases, the 200th episode, and more. You can click the link after the article to view the rest of the interview.
We’ve been through this before, right?
New season of a long running show is about to kick off, but the new face to the show is a very familiar one to TV viewers. For Criminal Minds Season 10 it’s Jennifer Love Hewitt (Party of Five, Ghost Whisperer), as she joins the cast as Kate Callahan.
Executive Producer Erica Messer told me yesterday that she and her writers had Callahan start off on the right foot with the group from the start, explaining why in the exclusive interview below.
Also, we talked about personal stories to come and, this being Criminal Minds, some of the cases that just may have you looking away from your TV at times…
TV Fanatic: I really like how you integrated Jennifer Love Hewitt into the show in this premiere. She seems to get along with everybody pretty quick but was that your design or was that more organic just because of who Jennifer is?
Erica Messer: I think it’s a combination of both. She’s so lovely it’s hard to not like her and then it feels like it would be playing something really false to have any kind of conflict there and also it’s a little bit of a learning curve when we introduced Blake back in season 8 [and] there was a little bit of internal conflict.
The very nature of somebody new coming into our family and having a little bit of conflict with somebody was not really embraced by the audience and my fear with that was it kind of stuck with her longer than intended. It was actually just meant to bring another layer and a shade to it but instead I felt like it sort of had people not excited about her character and I certainly didn’t want to do that again. So this was a little combination of learning from the past but also just also the nature of who Love Hewitt is. She’s lovely on screen and off and the team, you know it seems only right for them to connect with her on the great and they certainly are connecting with her on the great.
TVF: That said, did you go about making sure that Kate Callahan was a little different than what we’ve seen in the past with other characters?
EM: Yeah, at this point we’ve had the show for so long and the audience definitely wants to come back and watch the team that they’ve known and loved for so long. So if we’re going to bring somebody new into that family the idea was they have to have a little bit of a different voice and a different skill set because they’re coming into a very established world…what I did with it was give her the background of going undercover and having to interact with bad guys on a long term basis and that’s something right off the bat that our team doesn’t have to do.
They go in every week and they find the bad guy and they bring him to justice weekly and the idea is there’s a whole other group at the FBI that doesn’t have that and I don’t know if the grass is greener there or not because what they have to do is dive in, sometimes for months, to really lure in these bad guys and it felt like why not have her character know the world, be familiar with the worst of the worst but she’s just had to deal with it in a completely different way and she pretty much says that to Hotch in their first interaction. “You find a bad guy every week. How do you not take that home with you?”
TVF: Would you say at least in the first episodes with her, is that her learning curve? How to shake it off when she’s doing this in a much faster pace than what she’s used to?
EM: It will sort of culminate by the end of the season. You’ll get the idea that it’s easier said than done to just let something go and Hotch gives you that look at the end of the premiere that he’s not letting it go either. So it’s not something that we will touch base with throughout the episodes but sort of the feeling of season 10 will be they don’t all let things go.
Posted by: Eric
1 Oct 2014
Get ready to meet the newest member of the BAU when Criminal Minds debuts its 10th season.
Ghost Whisperer alum Jennifer Love Hewitt is returning to CBS this fall as FBI Agent Kate Callahan, who will gladly fill the void at the BAU after Blake’s (Jeanne Tripplehorn) sudden exit in the season finale. The team will welcome her with open arms after spending the summer down a man, so to speak. How will she fit in? And what made Hewitt return to broadcast television? EW caught up with the actress to get the scoop.
EW: How did you joining Criminal Minds come together?
I had been on a break for a bit being a mommy. They were looking to add a new cast member and obviously I spent some time at CBS before, doing Ghost Whisperer. Honestly, I had always wondered and been waiting to find the perfect way to get back. My first CBS experience was so awesome. They’re great, and Les [Moonves] has been great to me. I was really excited when they called and asked to take a meeting. I met with [showrunner] Erica [Messer], who I’ve known since I was 14 from Party of Five. I hadn’t seen her in a really long time, so it was great to catch up with her. It all fit and the timing was perfect.
Tell us about Kate Callahan.
Kate is a really interesting woman. She comes to the BAU with her own experience, which I like. I wasn’t quite sure at first if I was going to be a newbie who hadn’t done this before. When they told me about her, I was really excited that she comes with her own background and talent. She had met the BAU team before in an interesting way, which they talk about in my first episode. It’s fun how they’ve all run into each other one other time before Kate gets added to the team. She has a lot of gumption. She’s very feisty. If she’s afraid of a bad guy, she doesn’t show it. She enjoys her job. She really enjoys understanding these people better and getting them put away.
It seems like she fits into the team very well. Is there anyone she doesn’t get along with?
No, pretty much just the bad guy. She has a rapport with everybody on the team. There isn’t a lot of awkwardness with Kate and these characters. She comes in and they remember her very quickly and they get to work. She has a big first day with this team on the job. It’s fun that way. Kate loves really good people in a very sarcastic, feisty way. She has a lot of respect for her comrades and the people she works with. She’s excited to be part of the team.
She’ll be paired up with Rossi (Joe Mantegna) a lot early on. How do they work together?
In the beginning, Rossi is who she’s with the most. I’d say Rossi and Hotch (Thomas Gibson) really are the people she’s with. I always say she’s like the Barney Fife to Hotch’s Andy. She gets really excited to go where he tells her to and be at his side in that way. She and Rossi have a really sweet connection. They have a lot of respect for each other and really enjoy working side by side. I’ve gotten to do a little bit of stuff with Morgan (Shemar Moore) recently, which has been fun. I obviously work with everybody, but those three characters in particular seem to be where I am. Hotch and Rossi are the first two to know Kate’s background story, so they’re very kind to her and supportive of her own personal life story.
Can you say anything about her backstory?
You will get to know it pretty quickly into the season. It’s not like a cliffhanger or anything, but it explains a lot about what some of her triggers will be, why she’s so willing to be feisty and finds real disgust in these people that she has to deal with on a daily basis.
She starts out undercover in the premiere. Is that an expertise she’ll bring to the team more this season?
I hope so. We haven’t done it again yet, but it’s only the beginning of the season. I really had fun with the undercover part of it in the beginning. I’m hoping it’s something she’ll get to use because it is different.
How is this character different from the roles you’ve played in the past?
For me, it’s completely different. Coming off of [The Client List], which was so incredibly different, they couldn’t be more different characters. For [Ghost Whisperer’s] Melinda, there wasn’t a bad guy. Melinda really came up against a lot of super scary people in a totally different way than Kate does. Kate comes up against real life, scary, creepy bad guys. For Melinda, most of the time those people ended up being dead and she was able to find empathy for them. Kate has absolutely no sensitivity for these people just because she believes in the right in people, doing things the right way and not hurting other people. Melinda could understand why these people could do these things and she had to understand in order to get these people to the light. It’s fun, I obviously dress much different on this show than I have in the things that I’ve been in the past and I have a different haircut. It’s the first time I’ve been on a show that I’m not producing and didn’t put together. I’m just a cast member. It’s their house and I’m just really honored to be invited in. It’s fun for me. It’s different in every way possible, but it’s really great.
You brought some great comedy to Hot in Cleveland. Does Kate bring levity to the team?
She does. She has a really fun sense of humor. She’s very sarcastic, and sometimes makes a joke when it’s inappropriate to make a joke. She loves to have zingers with the bad guy, like land something right as she’s leaving the room. It’s a fun part to her. I was really excited that Erica let me bring a sense of humor into this world.
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