The number of crime related television series that have come up on various broadcasting networks has increased a lot. Many such shows do justice to the process of crime solving and are very interesting to watch. Apart from showing the various techniques and methods employed by criminals in performing unlawful activities they also show how the crime investigation agencies go about solving the crime and tracing the criminal. These shows are generally liked by the audience because of the mystery and drama that these shows offer.
Most of the crime series focus on the crime that has been done. Criminal Minds is one show where investigations are focused upon the criminal and this has what made it different from other shows. The show premiered on September 22, 3005 on CBS and The Mark Gordon Company in association with CBS television studios and ABC studios has produced the show. The sixth season of the show is expected to premiere on 22 September 2010 and so far the show has completes 5 seasons with a total of 114 episodes. The basic tagline of the show is to catch a criminal you have to think like one.
Criminal Minds is about a team of profilers from FBI’s BAU (Behavioral Analysis Unit) which are called in by the various local police departments to help solve crimes which are of very violent nature and there are no clues regarding the criminal. The team employs the technique of profiling and uses victimology and psychological analysis to crack the case. The BAU is based in Quantico, Virgina.
The team of the Behavioral Analysis Unit in the criminal minds has one FBI unit chief, one SSA Media Liaison, four supervisory special agents and a technician. Derek Morgan played the role of the unit chief in the fifth season of Criminal Minds while in all the remaining seasons including the sixth season( expected) the role was played by Thomas Gibbson. A.J. Cooke, Shemar Moore, Paget Brewster, Joe Mantegna, Lola Glaudini, Mandy Patinkin, and Matthew Gray Gubler make up the other members of the cast.
There are some seasons of the Criminal Minds which can be watched on a number of websites which are available by either watching the episodes directly or by downloading them first and then watching them. Care has to be taken from virus during downloads.
The show’s best ranking was at number 11 for season 4 and for the same season it had the maximum viewer ship at around 14.89 million. CBS DVD has released the first four seasons of Criminal Minds in certain areas.
Certain seasons of Criminal Mind can be watched online as well on a number of websites either directly or by downloading the episodes and then watching them. These sites can be easily accessed but one should ensure the security from viruses before downloading any thing.
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