‘Criminal Minds’ To End After Its 15th Season!

Sergio Cunningham
January 12, 2019

After 15 seasons, "Criminal Minds" will conclude its run on CBS.

The show announced the big news on Twitter, with the post, "Hey, #CriminalMinds fans-we've got big news".

The season 14 finale will include some important moments in the team's lives, ET reports - including a wedding.

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

"Criminal Minds" will end after Season 15, which will begin production immediately after Season 14.

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The final 10 episodes will reportedly air during the 2019-2020 television season. "We are so proud to have aired it", said Amy Reisenbach, CBS' EVP current programs, according to the outlet. "It's been successful not only on air but online, in syndication, internationally for ABC (Studios)".

The show follows a group of agents working for the Behavioral Analysis Unit - or the BAU - at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "It's really bittersweet, but I'm so, so grateful to CBS for giving us this heads-up", showrunner Erica Messer told TVLine after learning that CBS would be scrapping the show after 15 seasons.

CBS Photo Archive via Getty Images Joe Mategna has played David Rossi on "Criminal Minds" since 2007. So far, we know that the final season will feel more like a serial drama than a procedural.

"We have one in the works right now who's a very memorable villain, but I don't want to say too much if it doesn't work out with casting", Messer teased. "So my guess is tearjerker more than anything else, that's how I'd describe it".

"That journey has changed a lot from the early days on the show because I wouldn't have anticipated all the changes that've happened". "I said to CBS if you know it's coming, let me know so I can think of it".

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