A bad news for the viewers is that ‘Criminal Minds’ season 13 is going to see the exit of everyone’s much favorite character, Stephen Walker played by Damon Gupton. In the previous season, we had seen the exit of Thomas Gibson who will be remembered for his character Aaron Hotchner.

Criminal Minds Season 13
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‘Criminal Minds’ season 13 will be premiered in September but Damon Gupton won’t be seen in the series. The 44-year old actor, who was acquired as Special Agent Stephen Walker in ‘Criminal Minds’ season 12 after Thomas Gibson’s rejection, uncovered on Twitter throughout the end of the week that he lost his employment, as reported by TV Guide.

According to Blasting News, ‘Criminal Minds’’ actor Gupton has received inspiration from NFL player, Tyvis Powell’s words of wisdom. The 23-year charming football player aired a reminder-cum-suggestion on Saturday on the social media to those people who are going through some alterations in the lives.

“When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal, you do not change your decision to get there,” Powell aired.

The aforementioned suggestion suddenly caught Gupton’s attention who honestly admitted that he required those beautiful then because he lost his job.

“Wanted to let you know I appreciate this as I just lost my job. You throwing out the 1st pitch is pure class and a monumental image,” Gupton (@DamonGupton) tweeted on Saturday, June 10.

Apart from his exit, there is also a very less possibility for the avid viewers to get to see A J Cook and Kirsten Vangsness playing the role of JJ Jareau and Penelope Garcia respectively anymore because there is still no progress on their contract issue with the showrunners and producers.

Criminal Minds Season 13
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‘Criminal Minds’ season 13 is expected to have its premiere on Wednesday, September 27, 2017, on CBS. Stay tuned with Mobi Picker to get latest updates on the series.


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