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'Criminal Minds' Season 15 Air Date, Spoilers: Familiar Faces Return for Final Run

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As one of the longest-running TV series programs in the US, “Criminal Minds” has earned a bit of rest. This is why the news that “Criminal Minds” Season 15 is going to be its last does not really come off as that surprising. However, what exactly is the reason for the ending of the series and was it axed or did it simply run its course? Either way, fans can likely expect some familiar faces from the show’s past making appearances over the course of the final season.

As Business Times noted, no official reasons were given as to why the series was ending but clues can be found via the nature of the decision to renew it for “Criminal Minds” Season 15. Basically, there were reports that the choice was made at the last minute and that it was to give the series a proper ending. This suggests that the network has been contemplating the show’s end for some time now.

With this being the case, it can be assumed that the reason for the show going off the air is a combination of ratings, actor commitment, and simple changes to the trends. After all, the show is a remnant of the old days of TV programming and it has been lagging of late in attracting new viewers. All of these and more could be why “Criminal Minds” Season 15 is the last.

Now that it has come to this, fans can at least look forward to the fact that “Criminal Minds” Season 15 will also see the return of some people that played a role in its past. Among those reported to make a cameo is Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore). Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) has also been rumored to appear.

As to when “Criminal Minds” Season 15 will air, reports suggest that a Fall 2019 premiere period is likely. This is based on the show’s past trends of dropping on TV.

By Melvin Alfred Wong
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