Criminal Minds Preview: Tracking a Suburban Serial Killer (Dec. 8)

A new episode of Criminal Minds will be airing tonight (while the mid-season finale will be airing on December 15). In tonight’s episode the BAU searches inside a gated community to track down a serial killer that’s targeting women. Below are promo photos, a synopsis and a trailer for the episode.

Tune in to Criminal Minds tonight at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.

THE BAU SEARCHES INSIDE A GATED NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY FOR A KILLER TARGETING WOMEN, AND HOTCHNER LOOKS TO AN FBI CADET WITH A UNIQUE PAST FOR HELP WITH THE INVESTIGATION, ON “CRIMINAL MINDS,” WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8

Rachel Nichols (“Star Trek,” “Alias”) Guest Stars as Agent Ashley Seaver, An FBI Cadet with a Haunting Past Who Assists the Investigation

“What Happens at Home…” – The BAU searches inside a gated New Mexico community for a killer targeting women, and Hotchner looks to an FBI cadet with a unique past for help with the investigation, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Dec. 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Rachel Nichols (“Star Trek,” “Alias”) guest stars as Agent Ashley Seaver, an FBI cadet with a troubled past who assists with the case.

SERIES REGULARS:
David Rossi………………………….. Joe Mantegna
Aaron Hotchner………………….. Thomas Gibson
Emily Prentiss……………………… Paget Brewster
Derek Morgan…………………….. Shemar Moore
Dr. Spencer Reid……….. Matthew Gray Gubler
Penelope Garcia……………… Kirsten Vangsness

GUEST CAST:
Ashley Seaver……………………… Rachel Nichols
Aubrey Jacobs……………………… Milby Barrron
Drew Jacobs……………………. Kenneth Mitchell
Detective Manny Ruiz………….. Alex Fernandez
FBI Instructor………………………… Larry Herron
SSA William Heller…………. Christopher Kriesa
Harvey Brinkman………………….. Scott Subiono
Frank Morris………………………….. Dan Warner
Bob Page……………………………….. John Thoms
Mike Watson……………….. Gordon Carmadelle
Heather Jacobs……………………. Madison Leisle
Young Ashley……………………………. Bryn Allen
Uniform Cop…………………………….. Eben Ham

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