The Criminal minds is an American police-procedural TV show, started broadcasting in September, 22, 2005. The series follows the action of BAU (Behavioral Analysis Unit) based in Quantico, Virginia. This unit is trying to understand how unsub thinks, so they can stop him. It is a unique TV show, because the action is set on finding unsub, instead of his catching. It is created by Jeff Davis and the main actors are: Lola Glaudini, Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler, A. J. Cook, Thomas Gibson, Mandy Patinkin, Kirsten Vangsness, Joe Mantegna, Paget Brewster, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Rachel Nichols and Jeanne Tripplehorn. The rating on the IMBD is 8.2/10, from 89.338 users. At this moment there are 10 seasons and 225 episodes.
There are many interesting facts about this TV show. Maybe you have noticed that every character has a personal trauma. It is not a coincidence. Because in one episode, they have discovered that, children with traumas in childhood becomes criminals, or ‘’people who catch criminals’’. Dr. Reid, the genius, doesn’t use computer or smartphone, because he is technophobic. The Writer/producer Rick Dunkle, appeared in the season’s 4 episode ‘’Paradise’’, as a dead body. When they are presenting the profile, it is much different than in reality. In real life, this event is more like a dialogue. Cognitive interviews, which are often used in this TV show, aren’t very useful in real life. There are more interesting facts, like, in reality FBI isn’t paying for an airplane and JJ’s son, in the TV show, is her real son, A.J Cook.