Dec 12, 2016 07:43 AM EST

'Criminal Minds' Season 12 Spoilers And Update: Thomas Gibson Unlikely To Return; Know Details Of Whole Story

In "Criminal Minds," it seems that it will disappoint many fans as Thomas Gibson is out of the topic and the forthcoming season. Gibson was fired due to an altercation with one of the writers of the show. Thus, the writer cut Gibson of the season and we will unlikely be able to see him back again as the season goes on.

According to GamenGuide, many fans of "Criminal Minds" wanted to bring Thomas Gibson back to the set of the show. But the cast of the show waited patiently until the last episode to introduce a new member of the cast. This is probably the best solution to the problem. Other members who rejoined that cast would be Adam Rodriguez and as for Luke Alvez and Aisha Tyler, they got promoted as regular actors for the series of "Criminal Minds."

Fans of "Criminal Minds" had a hard time adjusting to the show as Gibson will be out for the remainder of the upcoming new season, with that said a new actor will be replacing him. The new character joins when Emily Prentiss who played  the role of Paget Brewster told the team that she will need Mr. Sctach's help for one of the cases that she handled.

As Emily tries to ask for assistance, that is when the new character comes in. Fans are willing to try and see how the new character performs and will likely give him a chance to prove himself but others say it is time to stop the show.

According to Broadway World, "Criminal Minds" have the most views by adults ages 18-49 and 25-54 category perliminary live plus same day ratings as well. It is reported that the show had 7.73 million viewers and counting meaning this is the largest audience for the show since October 12. For more details on the current news and the latest updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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