Criminal Minds Season 13 is all set to be premiered this month. Here are some great news for all the viewers who are passionately waiting for the series to hit the small screen. In our previous article, we had discussed the sudden accident and the probable abducting of one Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) member. And the predictions of fans and critics suggest that Stephen Walker (played by Damon Gupton) is the BAU member who has been kidnapped by the serial killer Peter Lewis aka Mr. Scratch (Bodhi Elfman).

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A new post surrounding the updates on ‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13 over social media has confirmed a great news. The new co-executive producer-cum-writer Karen Maser has teased that Aisha Tyler (who is known for her famous role Dr. Tara Lewis in the American police procedural crime drama television series) will be directing one episode.

The avid viewers will be highly glad to know that the 46-year old multi-talented Hollywood celeb will direct the fifth episode titled ‘The Bunker.’ ‘Bojack Horseman’ and ‘Watch Dogs’ voice lender Tyler is simultaneously directing a film titled ‘Axis.’

According to Cartermatt, directing the fifth episode of the series can be called her first task as a director. It is truly a significant opportunity for her to portray her talents as a director and taking the career on another track. We had seen before the actress Kirsten Vangsness (who plays the role of Penelope Garcia) getting involved with the series as a writer.

Another big news for the viewers is that Matthew Gray Gubler (role as Spencer Reid) and Joe Mantegna (role as David Rossi) have become regular parts of the directing rotation for the show. On the other hand, Thomas Gibson (role as Aaron Hotchner) also had directed several episodes when he was a part of the show.

Never miss the premiere of ‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13 on Wednesday, September 27, 2017, at 10 pm EDT on the CBS.


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