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‘Criminal Minds’ Still Not Renewed for Season 12; May End Up With A Cliffhanger; Final Episode Promo

CBS’ popular American police procedural crime drama TV series, “Criminal Minds” is facing a dark future. “Criminal Minds” is down to its finale episode, but per the reports, the show is still not renewed for season 12.

CBS Has Not Renewed ‘Criminal Minds’ For Season 12

According to Sports Rageous, “Criminal Minds” season 11 will be airing its last episode this week. Unfortunately, at the time, there are still no concrete details about “Criminal Minds” season 12.

Fans are worried about “Criminal Minds'” future. One fan even asked, “@LLPOS Any ideas why CM wasn’t renewed with all the other veteran CBS shows?” Harry Bring replied, “Contract negotiations between ABC Studios and CBS Network. Difficult dealings.”

We hope that soon CBS will renew “Criminal Minds” for season 12 because fans still want to see the next adventure of the BAU team. Do you also want to see more of “Criminal Minds?”

BAU Will Work Together To Clear Hotch’s Name In ‘Criminal Minds’ Season 11 Finale

Meanwhile, according to Christian Daily, in the upcoming “Criminal Minds” finale, agent Aaron Hotchner will be arrested for conspiracy. The “Criminal Minds” clip featured Hotch and one of the SWAT members pointing a gun at him while ordering him to get on his knees.

Per TV Guide, Mr. Scratch will return in the “Criminal Minds” finale. The character, a terrible serial killer tortured and drugged Hotch in the previous season. This time, he will make Hotch’s life as terrible as hell.

Meanwhile, Master Herald reported that the BAU team would work together to clear Hotch’s name. “I don’t want to say Hotch is the center of [the finale], but it has a lot to do with Hotch. It’s not as visual as the first [Mr. Scratch] episode, but it’s a big team episode,” “Criminal Minds” showrunner Erica Messer said.

“There’s not like a bomb at the end of the episode and we don’t know who survived. But it’s in that grander scheme of things, like, ‘Oh, my God! We’re just getting started,'” Messer added.

There are rumors that “Criminal Minds” season 11 will end up in a cliffhanger. Does this suggest that there should be “Criminal Minds” season 12?

Do you want to see more of “Criminal Minds?” Do you want CBS to renew “Criminal Minds” for season 12? Share your thoughts below.

“Criminal Minds” season 11 finale episode titled, “The Storm” airs on May 4 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.


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