May 23 2024

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Check Out More News & Spoilers For ‘Criminal Minds’, ‘NCIS:LA’ & ‘NCIS’

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Here is a video featuring NCIS Executive Producer Gary Glasberg, Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto), and NCIS: Los Angeles star Chris O’Donnell (G Callen). The three of them discuss the recent tragedy at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC, and the video also features comments about NCIS’s upcoming season:

After the jump, you can check out more casting information, interviews, photos, tweets, and videos about Criminal Minds, NCIS: LA and NCIS. (Contains spoilers and embedded media!)

Criminal Minds

TV Guide shared some information about season nine from AJ Cook (JJ Jareau). Flashbacks will explain what happened during her absence in season six, and she offered a tease about FBI agent Mateo Cruz, the upcoming character played by Esai Morales:

They share a pretty dark secret that comes back to haunt them. People are going to be confused and angry, but it’s all going to make beautiful sense to our audience when we explain it in our 200th episode.

Check out this half-hour video of Shemar Moore’s (Derek Morgan) recent live Emmy chat, which includes a few teasers about season nine (also available on

Here’s a collection of photos featuring Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr Spencer Reid), Cook, Moore and guest star Tara Buck:

Finally, check out this Vine clip offering a look at the set decorating warehouse:


Here’s one photo from Twitter, featuring Renée Felice Smith (Nell Jones):

Be sure to read this interview with Eric Christian Olsen (Marty Deeks) on TV Fanatic, in which he discusses the torture scenes from the season four finale, and the repercussions in season five:

For Deeks, this is not his background. He was a lawyer. He got into being a detective and then all of a sudden he’s tortured for 7 hours. And, he doesn’t have the ability, at this point, to compartmentalize and fight through it. It’s the most raw he’s ever been. It’s the most vulnerable he’s ever been. It’s the most honest conversations that he’s ever had with Sam and more interesting it’s the most honest conversation he’s ever had with Kensi. There’s a scene with her that’s so good at the end [of the premiere]. Everyone at base camp was crying. Just tears.

Rachel Luttrell will appear in an upcoming episode. Here’s a message from her Twitter account:

Here’s another set of tweets from Executive Producer John Peter Kousakis:


TV Line is reporting that Emily Wickersham will join the cast during November sweeps. She will play Bishop, the woman who will potentially replace Ziva David following Cote de Pablo’s upcoming exit. Wickersham will start out in a recurring capacity, appearing in three episodes with the option of becoming a series regular down the line.

This video features Glasberg discussing “Where We Left Off” and what will happen at the start of season 11, including a sneak peek at the premiere featuring Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon), Abby and Richard Parsons (Colin Hanks) (it can also be watched on

Perrette was on The Talk on Tuesday, September 17. You can watch the full episode here (her interview starts at 22:30), or check out the interview here—you can also check out a short clip below, in which Perrette discusses de Pablo’s exit:

Here are seven photos from Twitter, featuring Perrette, Diane Neal (Abigail Borin), Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo) and Sean Murray (Timothy McGee):

And here’s a short Vine clip from Neal:

Finally, check out this clip featuring Perrette, Weatherly and the CBS Eye Guy:

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