The CBS police procedural crime drama television series “Criminal Minds” which got renewed for season 11 last September is going to air its finale episode tomorrow night, May 4.
The season managed to generate thrill, excitement, and popularity among its fans. Thereby, it can be expected that the show will end with an interesting climax. If spoilers are to be believed, in the finale episode 22 titled as “The Storm,” Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) might get blamed for conspiracy and will be arrested by a SWAT team. The BAU members rush to prove his innocence and surmise a larger plot is just round the corner.
The First Look of the Finale Episode Criminal Minds Season 11:
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It is still not clear how the senior supervisory special agent ended up in the dangerous and messy situation, but in the last episode, the criminal serial killer Antonina Slade (Frances Fisher) appeared to have alerted about the approaching storm, when he mentioned quite a few horrifying statements concerning the case of the two missing boys. Is she planning the entire thing from behind bars, as what Dr. Tara Lewis (Aisha Tyler) guessed earlier?
TV Guide reports the spoilers somehow indicates on the likely story behind the incident. It highlighted the return of Mr. Scratch, the convicted serial killer who tortured and drugged Hotch in the last season. There are chances that the horrible psychopath will be drugging Hotch one more time this season, on the finale episode 22.
However, to blow the minds of the fans, the showrunner Erica Messer hinted, “I don’t want to say Hotch is the center of [the finale], but it has a lot to do with Hotch. It’s not as visual as the first [Mr. Scratch] episode, but it’s a big team episode.”
Meanwhile, VINE REPORT conveys, the audience should also be ready for a dramatic and exciting ending as Messer revealed that the climax of the 11th season will be open-ended. She teased, “There’s not like a bomb at the end of the episode, and we don’t know who survived. But it’s in that grander scheme of things, like, ‘Oh, my God! We’re just getting started.'”
“Criminal Minds” season 11 finale “The Storm” will air on May 4 at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.
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