The cast and characters of Criminal Minds season 12 underwent some myriad changes. The story had been changed after Shemar Moore left the TV series.
According to International Business Times, Thomas Gibson, the star of Criminal Minds season 12 has been fired from the job. He was involved in an on-set altercation between a writer and producer of the show, while filming for the current season.
Reid’s Future is Uncertain
As per reports, the fans of the hit TV series are worried that there favorite actors could be fired anytime. Based with what happened to Gibson, some viewers apprehend that any cast could bid goodbye to the crime drama.
Meanwhile, the upcoming episode of Criminal Minds will be titled Spencer. As per the report, it was not supposed to be the title of the show initially. However, the title has been changed from Derek to Spencer after Moore left the show.
In the said episode, an FBI Agent will be seen being tortured by his captor before his group finds him. The fans are now wondering if Matthew Gray Gubler, who portrays the part of Dr. Spencer Reid would leave the show or not.
Fortunately, the cast and writers of the show have assured that Gubler’s character will not be dying. Yet, the co-writer of the episode has stayed mum about Reid’s departure from the Behavioural Analysis Unit.
Kirsten Vangsness Teases Spencer Episode
TV Line unveiled that Kirsten Vangsness has opened up about the Spencer episode that she has co-written with the show creator Erica Messer. The upcoming episode will be eventful for the characters in the TV series since Vangsness has had a history of ending tcharacters’ lives in the past.
“I seem to co-write the episodes that change the course for people,” Vangsness says. “That does not mean the ends of people, it just changes their course. So [Episode 13] is a course changer. It is a course changer.”
Spencer might also feature the life of Reid and his mom, Diana (Jane Lynch). Fans are hoping that Gubler will stay in the crime drama show.
Criminal Minds season 12 airs every Wednesday at 9 p.m. EST on the CBS network.
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