Criminal Minds' Joe Mantegna Opens Up About Those Prickly Rossi/Garcia Scenes: 'That Takes Acting, Boy'
Midway through the first episode of Criminal Minds: Evolution, it becomes clear that Paramount+’s follow-up series won’t shy away from moments that are not 100-percent shiny and happy for the members of the BAU. READ MORE
Criminal Minds: Evolution Video: Cast Previews a Busted-Up BAU, Trips to 'Darker' Places and 'Prentiss 2.0'
For the cast of Criminal Minds: Evolution, shooting Paramount+’s limited series felt “very much the same, but different,” Joe Mantegna tells TVLine in the cast video above. “It was” — wait for it — “an evolution.” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Joe Mantegna: Criminal Minds' Tribute to War Veterans Packs an Emmy-Caliber Performance
A veteran gets his day this Wednesday on Criminal Minds (CBS, 9/8c), when the BAU’s investigation into homeless people murdered at the Santa Monica Pier unexpectedly reunites Rossi with his Marine sergeant from Vietnam. Joe Mantegna — who this past weekend cohosted PBS’ inaugural National Salute to Veterans special — shared with TVLine a preview …READ MORE
Scoop: Criminal Minds Season 7 Gets Personal, Bringing Back JJ's Baby Daddy and More
Once the dust that comes with pulling Prentiss “out of the grave” settles, CBS’ Criminal Minds will take a breath and use some of its seventh season to explore the more personal side of the hard-working BAU agents. READ MORE
Criminal Minds Star Feels 'Confident' That Thomas Gibson Will Be Back
With the Criminal Minds writers now reconvened to start plotting out Season 7 — and with but three weeks left until production starts on the new cycle — Thomas Gibson has yet to ink a new deal with the hit CBS crime drama. But at least one castmate suspects that, even though Gibson’s talks with the show had stalled last week, viewers have not seen the last of Hotch. READ MORE
Criminal Minds' Joe Mantegna Previews Season Finale Shake-Up: 'Sometimes Art Imitates Life'
This Wednesday at 9/8c, Criminal Minds presents an hour that, for a season finale, might be a little light on pyrotechnics, but nonetheless is high on drama. What’s in play? A possible “art imitating life” shake-up at the BAU, coupled with the (at one time seemingly unlikely) return of fan favorite A.J. Cook, as former team member “JJ” Jareau. TVLine welcomed the chance to speak with Joe Mantegna, aka FBI Special Agent David Rossi, about the major goings on both on and off screen at the hit CBS procedural. READ MORE