A child-abduction case has similarities to an unsolved eight-year-old abduction case, leading the agents to believe that they may be able to solve both crimes.
The team profiles a truck driver who abducts women. Gabrielle Carteris guest stars.
The Hotch and the team investigate the murders of homeless men in San Francisco, and they work with a separate BAU group handling a case that may be connected to the deaths. Forest Whitaker guest stars.
The team travels to Texas to find a serial killer who targets illegal immigrants trying to cross the border into the U.S.
A killer releases a deadly virus into the open air, and one of the agents risks his life to stop the threat. Lee Whitworth: Dan Lauria.
Part 1 of 2. The team hunts for a serial killer in Detroit who targets those on the fringe of society.
Conclusion. In the fourth-season finale, the team searches for the killer in Canada, and an agent's life is threatened.
In the fifth-season opener, Hotchner vanishes while the team is profiling a killer who's targeting an emergency-room doctor. C. Thomas Howell.
The BAU searches for a suspect who is obsessed with medical experiments.
The team profiles a group of killers who travel as a pack and chose victims randomly. Tamara Barnes: Salli Richardson-Whitfield.
A serial killer commits suicide and leaves clues identifying a person he abducted who could still be alive. NFL player Greg Jennings plays an evidence technician.
Garcia travels with the team to Alaska for a case involving several murders, and she plays a critical role in solving the crimes.
The team profiles a serial killer who finds his victims through social-networking Internet sites.
In the fifth-season finale, the team travels to Los Angeles to find a serial killer (Tim Curry) who attacks entire families and leaves only one member alive.
The sixth-season opener concludes the team's search for the serial killer who is terrorizing Los Angeles and who now has Los Angeles detective Spicer's daughter as his hostage.
J.J. tries to reunite a family with their missing daughter while the BAU team suffers a tragic loss.
Several women are murdered, and a familiar pattern prompts Rossi to revisit a cold case that has troubled him for 25 years.
The team profiles a serial killer who targets married couples.
A serial killer targets families throughout the Midwest; and Ellie Spicer runs away from her foster family and goes to see Morgan.
The team travels to Detroit to catch a killer who, for the past three years, strikes on "Devil's Night," the city's pre-Halloween ritual.
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