The season finale of Criminal Minds finished on a humdinger of a cliffhanger when not one, however TWO SVUs conveying a few BAU colleagues got captured in a lethal snare including a 18-wheeler crushing into the autos before the scene slice to dark, leaving the destiny of a few characters in limbo.
Performing artists Joe Mantegna and Matthew Gray Gubler have marked arrangements to return for Season 13, which means we’ll be seeing Rossi (Mantegna) creep from the destruction to bring down increasingly trouble makers and Reid (Gubler), who was not in either vehicle, ideally reestablished to the BAU after his jail spell. Be that as it may, A.J. Cook, who plays Jennifer “JJ” Jareau, has not yet marked an arrangement, which means JJ could be a setback of Scratch’s detestable plans.
Cook and Kirsten Vangsness, who plays tech wiz Penelope Garcia (who was not in one of the SUVs), are holding out on marking new arrangements and asking for equivalent pay with their male partners, Mantegna and Gubler, as indicated by Deadline. On the off chance that this sounds like a rehash from 2013, this is on the grounds that Cook and Vangsness took a comparative stand when attempting to renegotiate bargains in those days. Be that as it may, Deadline says the two on-screen characters are more than willing to leave this time in the event that they aren’t given equality with their co-stars.
The season nearer finished with Reid making sense of who the mole inside the FBI from a sequential executioner clique was and holding her at weapon point. Shockingly, he couldn’t take her out in light of the fact that at last she uncovered that the gathering had Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness) held prisoner. She offered Reid a final proposal to accompany her and join the religion, or Garcia would be next on their injured individual rundown. It appears that Kirsten could hold out and not return for the accompanying season.