Saturday, March 24, 2012
By Matt Web Mitovich
Battlestar Galactica alumna Tricia Helfer will guest-star in the Season 7 finale of CBS’ Criminal Minds, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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Thursday, March 22, 2012
Here is part two of the interview with Criminal Minds Star Thomas Gibson,
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
I Love You, Tommy Brown
I think my favourite part of this episode was the opening scene with the teenage couple. With the narration and the music, it was kind of misleading and I thought something was going to happen to one or both of them, not her parents.
I also really enjoyed the interaction between Kevin and Morgan, although this sort of thing would normally annoy me, in this case it didn’t. It is an important event and insight into one of the main team members, but I didn’t feel that too much of the ep was spent on it.
I am so over knowing who the UNSUB is from before the opening credits roll. That seems to be the theme this season and I am just tired of it. There is no suspense or mystery left for those of us watching every week. The scene with the team working together to come up with a profile in the plane was great.
Even though we see bits and pieces of the team profiling at scenes, etc., I almost felt as if they were absent from the ep. The UNSUB doesn’t seem as interested in getting her baby back as she does getting her child lover back – and the best way to achieve that is to get the baby back. The woman, Maggie, is just seriously sick and has her priorities all out of order. And is Tommy really naïve enough to believe all of her lies? Yes, she is very manipulative, but can he honestly not think for himself? Hopefully he is enlightened at the end when she calls Tommy by the wrong name.
I’m sorry, but the only parts of the ep that really worked for me were the interaction between Morgan, Garcia and Kevin. And I can’t believe I just wrote that. Please bring back the action, mystery and suspense. CM just isn’t the same as it used to be for me and I really miss that. What do you think?
By Jay Bobbin
Paget Brewster is doing her best not to think about her imminent exit from "Criminal Minds." Again.
With several weeks of filming left on the seventh season of the CBS mystery series, which airs a new episode tonight (Wednesday, March 21), the actress is in her last rounds as FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit Agent Emily Prentiss. It's a spot she knows only too well, having been written out of the show during the sixth year... but this time, her departure is on her own terms.
To read more: ZapTV.com
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Tavis talks with the versatile actor about his critically acclaimed series, Criminal Minds on Wednesday March 21 2012.
Thomas Gibson’s versatility as an actor is evident in his wide range of dramatic and comedic roles in film, television and theater. Well-known for his years as star of the hit series Dharma & Greg, for which he received two Golden Globe noms, and his turn on Chicago Hope, the South Carolina native and Julliard grad started in children’s theater. He began his career working on and off Broadway and got his big break when he was asked to star in the feature Far and Away. Gibson currently stars in the critically acclaimed TV drama series, Criminal Minds.