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The new series will focus on "a new group of profilers who work outside the FBI bureaucracy." Whitaker would play Cooper, the leader of the squad who comes back to work after keeping a low profile for the past eight years (hmm, something tells me he's hiding something — don't you agree?).
Normally I'd protest that we don't need yet another crime show on TV, but with Whitaker attached, this definitely sets itself apart from the rest of the pack. My guess: it won't be long before he has another Emmy to put next to that Last King of Scotland Oscar.
One of fall TV's toughest time slots is Wednesday at 9 p.m. (that's 8 p.m. for you folks in the Central time zone). Tonight, it will be especially tough with two buzzworthy new shows and Mandy Patinkin's swan song on "Criminal Minds" joining the fray. What will you be watching?
The network that airs the Super Bowl can try to give one of its shows a ratings boost with prime placement immediately after the big game. (It's what vaulted "Grey's Anatomy" into the spotlight last year.) This year, CBS has chosen "Criminal Minds," a drama about a group of elite FBI agents (led by Mandy Patinkin's Jason Gideon) whose unravel the behavior of notorious criminals and stop them before their next strike.
James Van Der Beek (aka Dawson) guest-stars on Sunday's episode, which focuses on a serial killer or killers who quote Bible passages before murdering their victims. I've never seen the show, but I'm curious to see how it does in such a prime time slot. Watch the preview here and let me know: Will you be watching?
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