Criminal Minds executive producer Erica Messer knows how ominous the promo for Wednesday's season finale looks.
Though Reid ...
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Although there are a number of possibilities (3XK comes to mind, for example), it sounds like at least one person isn't involved: the recently arrested Sen. William Bracken. "I think that aspect of the mythology is closed now," creator Andrew W. Marlowe says. "Beckett knows who killed her mother. If there's further storytelling there, I think we're going to be breaking new ground." And for those fans miffed that we didn't get to see Castle and Beckett's wedding, look on the bright side: The show will have a fresh budget to work with in Season 7! "That's right," Marlowe says with a laugh. "We were running on fumes, financially, at the end of this year." When can we expect our diamond-encrusted invite?
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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Wednesday's episode of Criminal Minds. Read at your own risk.]
Garcia better watch out — Morgan's got a new baby girl in his life.
On Wednesday's Criminal Minds (9/8c, CBS), viewers will meet Morgan's (Shemar Moore) secret girlfriend Savannah (Rochelle Aytes). Her arrival shouldn't be too much of a shock to keen fans: Morgan casually mentioned that he had to cancel a date with his neighbor after a case came up in the season premiere.
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"I love that they put that line in the premiere," Moore tells TVGuide.com. "It sounds like a throwaway line and you might forget about it, but now, weeks later, it has significance."
Though Morgan briefly ...
Matthew Gray Gubler has directed six episodes of Criminal Minds, but there is still a first time for everything.
"This one is probably the most grounded of any of the ones I've directed," Gubler, who plays Reid, tells TVGuide.com of Wednesday's episode. "It's a little more realistic. I was like, 'Wow, there's nothing insane in this episode!' So I had to bring the insanity a little bit."
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