Mar 20, 2017 11:59 AM EDT

‘Criminal Minds’ Season Finale Update: Shemar Moore’s Return

Shemar Moore will officially appear once more in the CBS drama "Criminal Minds," the Sentinel-Tribune reported. The news will surely be welcomed by fans of FBI agent Derek Morgan, Moore's character in the hit show.

Moore happily shared the news with his fans on social media. He enthusiastically said he will be back with his "Criminal Minds" family for the season 12 finale.

"Criminal Minds," an American police procedural crime drama television series, had been running for 11 seasons. The TV series launched on Sept. 22, 2005, and had been widely popular ever since. The show offers a unique twist compared to other crime drama TV series as it focuses more on the lives and the profiles of the criminal rather than the crime.

The season 12 finale will surely leave a few fans in tears. However, with Moore reprising his role, "Criminal Minds" fans will surely eagerly watch the end of season 12 of the crime drama TV series.

Moore had to leave "Criminal Minds" after 11 seasons. His character in the show decided to leave the force to spend more time with family after his wife got shot. Moore viewed the exit as a graduation of sort, but he did not hesitate when he was asked to return to the show.

In the season 12 finale, FBI agent Morgan will give the Behavioral Analysis Unit a lead that may or may not bring about the downfall of Mr. Scratch, USA Today reported. Mr. Scratch is a serial killer and escaped convict in the show who has always been considered a burden to the Behavioral Analysis Unit.

After his exit, Moore expressed his willingness to return to the show. At that time, he was unsure whether he will be asked to reprise his role, but he remained open to the possibility of his character's revival.

Jobs & Hire previously reported that "Criminal Minds" had been experiencing setbacks.

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