Saturday, October 20, 2012
By NELLIE ANDREEVA
After setting up six projects at ABC, the ABC Studios-based Mark Gordon Co. is venturing out with a drama sale at CBS and a comedy one at NBC, both produced by ABC Studios.
The CBS project, Darkness Falls, brings together the key auspices behind long-running procedural Criminal Minds — CBS, which airs it; the Mark Gordon Co., ABC Studios and CBS TV Studios, which produce it; and the series’ executive producer/showrunner Erica Messer.
To Read More: Deadline Hollywood.com
Thursday, October 18, 2012
By Joyce Eng
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Chucky star Brad Dourif will guest-star in an episode of Criminal Minds to be directed by star Matthew Gray Gubler, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The Oscar nominee will have a pivotal role in the 10th episode of the season, which finds the BAU tackling a case in a strange small town in Arizona. Does "pivotal" mean unsub?
To read more TVGuide
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
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Despite the fact that it took me three times trying to watch this episode before I made it through it, there were some things I really enjoyed about it.
“The Pact” is about two female unsubs, who meet in an online support group for people who have lost family members. They decide to kill the people responsible for the deaths of their loved ones, but they swap their targets so as to not be connected. However, when Ellen tortures and kills her target, she learns that there were other people involved in the rape and murder of Darlene’s daughter, Kelly. Even though Darlene doesn’t want to continue the torture and killing of those responsible, Ellen insists that it is justice – “an eye for an eye” and the spree continues. After Kelly’s body has been found and the last participant is dead, the women flee to Mexico. Rossi tracks them down, but Darlene gets away.
What I loved about the ep was the team interaction. The few Reid moments with him spewing facts. The interaction between Garcia and Rossi at the beginning of the show. JJ with the father of the little boy who was killed. Great scene. Even though I’m not the world’s biggest Hotch fan, the more I watch him, the more I appreciate him. I love to hear him say “Wheel’s up…”!
What I don’t love is the new character addition to the show. I am trying to reserve judgment, but the Blake character just doesn’t seem to fit. To me, the role seems forced. I like Jeanne Tripplehorn, I’m just not sure I like her on CM. Hopefully the writing of a new character will settle in soon and it will seem more natural.
It wasn’t one of my favourite eps, but it wasn’t one of the worst either. I’m not sure if it was the writing, the directing or both, but it didn’t grab me and suck me in like I want CM to do. Hopefully we will have one of those nail biting, lip chewing, sitting on the edge of your seat episodes again soon!
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
AFTER FOUR MEN GO MISSING IN OREGON, THE BAU SEARCHES FOR A COMMON LINK AMONG THEM, ON “CRIMINAL MINDS,” WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31
Anne Dudek (“House”) Guest Stars as Farmer Emma Kerrigan
CHEAT TWEET: Can U play connect the dots? Help the BAU find a common thread among 4 missing Oregon men on #CriminalMinds 10/31, 9pm! http://bit.ly/Wvyetm
“The Good Earth” – When four men go missing in rural Oregon, the BAU searches for a common link among them in order to track them down. Also, JJ gets upset when her son Henry doesn’t want to celebrate Halloween this year, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Oct. 31 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Anne Dudek (“House”) guest stars as farmer Emma Kerrigan.
Joe Mantegna (David Rossi)
Thomas Gibson (Aaron Hotchner)
Shemar Moore (Derek Morgan)
Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr. Spencer Reid)
A.J. Cook (Jennifer “JJ” Jareau)
Kirsten Vangsness (Penelope Garcia)
Jeanne Tripplehorn (Alex Blake)
Mekhai Andersen (Henry)
Anne Dudek (Emma Kerrigan)
Rebecca Wisocky (Sheriff Olivia Colwin)
Raquel Houghton (Cara Barrett)
Matthew Jaeger (Terry Rodgers)
Danielle Langlois (Geena Deaver)
Hannah Eisenmann (Lexy Kerrigan)
John Churchill (Dr. Edward Gourse)
Tammy Garrett (Nurse)
Tom Beyer (Dr. Rowe)
Allison Ikin (Cheryl Winslow)
Michanne Quinney (Dr. Holly Roettinger)
Don Jeanes (Deputy)
Coronado Romero (Paul Hicks)
Scott Antonucci (Barry Deaver)
Paul DiVito (Gary Ellard)
WRITTEN BY: Bruce Zimmerman
DIRECTED BY: John Terlesky