CBS’ Criminal Minds Series Renewed for 15th & Final Season

CBS’ Criminal Minds Series Renewed for 15th & Final Season

One of CBS' most popular series is set to come to an end.

The show follows the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit who profile criminals while investigating heinous crimes. It speaks to everything that we do best, which is to air quality television. Season 14 is now in production with its season finale set to air on February 6. "It's been successful not only on air but online, in syndication, internationally for ABC (Studios)".

The show is now in the middle of its 14th season, and its 15th and final season will run for 10 more episodes - bringing the show's final tally to a whopping 325 episodes.

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

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According to Deadline, the network has decided that it will use the abridged season to wrap up all the series' loose ends before sending them off into the sunset. The final arc will also feature a "worthy adversary" for the team. "I would love to be able to see this brand live on for a very long time".

As for the finale, Messer revealed the episode will be written by her and series star Kirsten Vangsness. I also don't know if I would've anticipated that we'd have 325 episodes by the time it's all said and done. "So my guess is tearjerker more than anything else, that's how I'd describe it".

Asked if major or beloved characters would meet their end in the final 10 episodes, Messer suggested such a move is "not my instinct", adding, "I just don't want that to be how it ends for them".

At 15 Seasons, "Criminal Minds" will join some of the longest-running series in TV history, matching both "ER" and "CSI".

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