TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

In Don's absence, Megan takes charge and suggests that the team search through the mogul's sordid past and long list of enemies. Later, while the suspect leads the FBI on a maze through the city of Los Angeles, Charlie races against the clock to find the piece of the puzzle that will help find the kidnapper before time runs out. Meanwhile, during his meeting with his psychiatrist, Don is surprised to discover that he has control issues.


TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

Charlie tries to connect a series of murders to a voter fraud conspiracy and must track down who benefits the most from the rigged elections before more people die.


TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

When a small plane mysteriously crashes, Charlie tests the flight computer and uncovers the truth behind what brought the plane down.


TV-14+DLSV (60 MIN)

When shooting victims are found in the Los Angeles area with possible links to criminal activity, the BAU searches for a vigilante UnSub.


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

When Kate’s niece Meg and her best friend are kidnapped, the BAU suspects an online predator engaged in sex trafficking.


TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

A vicious serial killer has just abducted his next victim, and with precious few clues to his identity, the FBI calls in the Behavioral Analysis Unit, an elite squad of profilers led by special agent, Jason Gideon. Gideon’s team meticulously pieces together a portrait of the killer leading to the arrest of their prime suspect. But when inconsistencies with the original profile appear and the interrogation fails to uncover the whereabouts of the latest victim, the team concludes that two killers must be working together. After an exhaustive investigation, the team tracks down the second killer to his hideout leading to an intense stand-off between the madman and Gideon.


TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

The continuation of the story teased in the pilot where Gideon is held at gunpoint by “The Footpath Killer.” Gideon discusses the details to a group of Agent Trainees and how the stutter was the key to capturing the Footpath Killer.


TV-PG+DL (60 MIN)

On a sunny Florida morning, Mr. Clurman carrying a package, walks to his car. He’s intercepted by a former client who threatens Mr. Clurman because of a business deal that has gone bad. As Clurman puts the package into his car, the package explodes, severely injuring Mr. Clurman. Our team is notified of this event and as they begin their investigation they see another bomb explode near Mr. Clurman’s home – live on TV. The team heads to Florida where Gideon questions Clurman in the hospital. Back at the BAU, Morgan rebuilds the bomb fragments and discovers that the device is an exact replica of bombs made by Adrian Bale, a serial bomber. Bale is currently serving time in an Atlanta prison for murdering Gideon’s former BAU team in Boston a few years ago. Gideon goes to the prison and interviews Bale. Gideon realizes that Bale isn’t behind the current bombings but it is a work of a copycat.


TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

In a residential neighborhood, Brenda Simms is murdered in her home while working out to an exercise video. The team works various angles in order to find and stop this serial killer who preys on housewives in broad daylight.


TV-PG (60 MIN)

Trish Davenport, the daughter of a powerful federal prosecutor is kidnapped and the BAU is called in to find her. They discover that Trish is a “mirror twin” and her sister, Cheryl, becomes a target of the same kidnapper when he tries to abduct her as she makes the ransom drop. However, the BAU team thwarts this kidnapping attempt enraging the unsub who profiles our team members and taunts them with their weaknesses.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

On a sunny afternoon in Franklin Park, three people are brutally shot in their stomach. The BAU is called in to investigate and to find this Long Distance Serial Killer (L.D.S.K.). They surmise that the LDSK isn’t a sadist but a paranoid sociopath who will continue his shooting rampage. The LDSK continues his shooting spree by wounding three other victims at a local café.


TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

Team tracks a serial killer whose M.O. is that he preys on families; takes them hostage; pretends to be the father and then kills them.


TV-14+LV (60 MIN)

A federal agent undercover in the mob is missing and the Iceman (a serial killer whose occupation is that of a mob hit man) is suspected of involvement.


TV-PG+LV (60 MIN)

The team profiles a paranoid schizophrenic’s specific delusion and play along with his fantasy in order to secure the lives of the hostages he’s taken.


TV-14+D (60 MIN)

Alex and Joel’s relationship is tested during a marathon surgery of an injured race car driver. Charlie’s day off from work proves to be full of surprises. Dana, Zach and Jimmy deal with a hospital “frequent-flyer.”


TV-14+DLV (60 MIN)

Neurosurgeon/celebrated author Thor MacLeod visits Hope Zion, and tries to entice Alex with an offer while she tries to save the life of one his patients. Charlie is stuck trying to solve a medical mystery revolving a fatigued Spirit. Joel dives into his clinic work, and ends up in a fight that alters his life forever.


TV-14+DV (60 MIN)

Two brothers get caught up in a white supremacy group that is planning a terrorist attack on the city. Danny and his younger brother have been involved in a white hate group. Danny has started rethinking the group and the ideology. Furthermore, he has met a woman who is helping him to evolve in terms of his thinking. But unfortunately his brother Trent has become fully indoctrinated. At a meeting at the compound, Danny realizes that they are actually planning an attack on the city. He informs the police, and SRU is on the case. Once SRU breaks onto the compound, Trent and Danny are pulled into a full on fire fight. The fight leads us to a series of backpacks that are headed into the city to hit an immigration swearing in ceremony.


TV-PG+V (60 MIN)

A gang style beating of a star basketball player sends the SRU in all directions trying to get to the bottom of it. Matters escalate, when the young man threatens to jump from the top of the school roof. Parker gingerly tries to talk him down, while Jules and the team figure out that the basketball coach was hazing these kids relentlessly, and turning them on each other. The level of abuse was driving the kids to near madness. Luckily, Parker is able to talk the boy down, the coach is arrested, and the rest of the school faculty is held accountable for turning a blind eye.