Criminal Minds Reboot is happening! The project has been on the go for quite some time. The announcement of its coming to the world first came out in 2021. Since then, the fans have been eager to learn more about it.
However, a tweet by Paget Brewster, the actress who portrays Emily Prentiss made fans doubt that the reboot would actually happen. In her post, Paget Brewster assured viewers that the reboot was dead.
The situation has changed. It appears that Tanya Gills, Chief Programming Officer at ViacomCBS Streaming has confirmed that Criminal Minds Reboot is in the works. In the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour she talked to certain reporters about the show telling them:
“We are currently working on Criminal Minds. We’ll share more in the near future but it’s active and healthy.”
Following the incident and Tanya’s comments, Paget took to Twitter to say she was wrong and was extremely happy with the reboot was actually happening. The tweet read “When you are wrong, it feels just right…I I LOVE IT!”
Deadline for release of Criminal Minds reboot
The details are still being worked out on the rebooted series. So, a formal release date hasn’t been revealed at the moment. According to our sources, it’s possible that the Criminal Minds reboot might release at the earliest before the closing of 2022. However, a more realistic release timeframe could be in the first quarter of 2023.
In the meantime, fans can watch the fifteen episodes from Criminal Minds on Paramount+. You can also catch all 12 episodes on Netflix and seasons 13 through 15 via Hulu. Whatever the case, we’re sure that it will be fun to travel back in time watching cases unfold after cases.
Criminal Minds Reboot is going to be different from the previous series. It is also expected to focus on investigating crimes and locating criminals. However, in the reboot the first season, it is expected be focused on a single case , not multiple ones as in the previous seasons.
While no other spoilers about any of the Criminal Minds reboot synopsis have been revealed, we are certain that it’s going to focus on profilers who work for BAU. They will be looking into behaviours and trying to get ahold of criminals who have committed federal criminal acts.
Criminal Minds Reboot Cast
The Paramount+ team Paramount+ is planning to include a mix of former as well as new actors to the reboot. As of now there has been no sign-off. signed an agreement for the reboot. This includes Paramount+ trying to get all the cast members that were alive during the finale of season 15. Here’s a list cast members who are in discussions in conversation with Paramount+ about their roles in the Criminal Minds reboot.
- Joe Mantegna as David Rossi
- Kirsten Vangsness plays Penelope Garcia
- A.J. Cook is Jennifer Jareau
- Paget Brewster, as Emily Prentiss
- Aisha Tyler plays Aisha Tyler as Dr. Tara Lewis
- Adam Rodriguez as Luke Alvez
Alongside these, Matthew Gray Gubler who was the role of Dr. Spencer Reid, and Daniel Henney who was Matt Simmons who appeared in the final of the finale won’t join the actors for the reboot since they have finished their roles or are too engaged with their other work.
Additionally the cast we have listed above, who are ready to sign contracts will be in the final stages once the show’s creator who is the show’s creator Criminal Minds, Erica Messer agrees to the contract and joins the reboot. Everyone around her knows that, without her, the show could collapse. The newly cast for the reboot is not being released. It seems that the new cast will be officially announced once Erica as well as the former cast members sign their contracts.
Criminal Minds: Reboot of Criminal Minds
The initial season will comprised in 10 segments. The entire series are centered around solving a single mystery. The show will be streamed through Paramount+.
Criminal Minds: Reboot trailer
Because the details are still being completed, it will be an extended time before the first trailer or teaser trailer for the reboot on Paramount+ will release. According to our sources we believe that it is expected that the Criminal Minds Reboot trailer will be released in 2022 or in the first quarter of 2023, which is a long time before the season actually begins airing.