‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13 is one of the highly anticipated series of the CBS. The series is just a month away from its premiere and more details are constantly emerging as the production house seems to be all set to release vital information about the upcoming episodes. The good part of it now is that the production has released the title of the season 13 premiere.

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‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13 premiere titled ‘Wheels Up’ will hit the small screen during the end of September. The spoilers suggest that it might start with the aftermath of the car crash. One new executive producer of the series, Harry Bring has recently posted a photograph of the cast with the title caption ‘Wheels Up.’

The executive producer and showrunner, Erica Messer recently talked in details about what can happen in the upcoming episodes of ‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13. In a conversation with Entertainment Weekly, the 43-year old Messer a few details about the upcoming episodes that also including the joining of Daniel Henney as Agent Matt Simmons.

Messer further stated that Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness) would be notified somehow that her team is in trouble and she will call for Agent Matt Simmons first. He will drive them to the site based on the last received signal. They will discover a horrific car accident followed by one injured member. After that, they will again discover that one member is lost.

Messer continued saying that Garcia and Simmons would be seen working together for the majority of episodes to search the missing (BAU) Behavioral Analysis Unit member. But she didn’t reveal the name of the missing BAU member. “Could it be Emily Prentiss, David Rossi, and Jennifer Jareau or Tara Lewis, Luke Alvez and Stephen Walker?” Messer tried to generate a curiosity.

Don’t ever miss the premiere of ‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13 on September 27, Wednesday, at 10 pm EDT on the CBS.


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