With Criminal Minds Season 12 starting in four days, Thomas Gibson has opened up about the kick that got him fired and his rumored feud with co-star Shemar Moore. Many fans have rallied behind the Criminal Minds veteran who has plays SSA Aaron Hotchner since the beginning of the series. Show More Summary
Criminal Minds has had some extremely hectic months going on between Season 11 and Season 12, but it all led to the permanent return of Emily Prentiss. Check her out!
CBS premiered many shows this week for the fall TV 2016 schedule, but the Criminal Minds Season 12 premiere was missing. Just when will Criminal Minds return in 2016? Here is the date you need to put in your diary. The good news is there isn’t too long to wait for the Criminal Minds Season... Show More Summary
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Besides releasing an official statement that he regrets the incident occurred, former Criminal Minds actor Thomas Gibson has been very quiet about the altercation that got him fired from the show. Though the actor was filing legal action for his firing, now he is now opening up. Show More Summary
A month-plus after he was fired from CBS’ Criminal Minds, Thomas Gibson is telling his version of the altercation that led to his dismissal. The actor, who had played Special Agent Aaron Hotchner since the series' 2005 debut, told People...Show More Summary
Thomas Gibson insists he's innocent regarding the alleged kick that got him the boot from Criminal Minds. The CBS drama fittingly kicked the actor off the series, after he supposedly swung his foot into writer/producer Virgil Williams' shin. Related: Thomas Considers Return To Comedy! Ouch! However, the 54-year-old is finally sharing his side of the story — and he [...]
Criminal Minds fans were shocked when long-time series star Thomas Gibson was fired from the show last month. Now the fan favorite is breaking his silence on the altercation that led to his termination from the hit CBS series. “I feel like it took years to make a good reputation and a minute to damage... Show More Summary
It’s been over a month since Criminal Minds star Thomas Gibson was axed from the hit drama following an on-set incident with writer-producer Virgil Williams. In a new People interview, the CBS star attempts to explain the argument that first led to his suspension, then to his dismissal. “We were ... More »
Thomas Gibson was suspended from the CBS drama and then fired following an altercation, and while he's spoken out with warmth about his previous gig, he's finally coming out to explain his side of the story.
“It took years to make a good reputation and a minute to damage it,” he told People.
Thomas Gibson is speaking out with his side of the story after being fired from Criminal Minds for allegedly kicking writer-producer Virgil Williams. “I feel like it took years to make a good reputation and a minute to damage it,” the 54-year-old actor told People. “We were shooting a scene late one night when I [...]
Thomas Gibson has for the first time shared his take on the on-set incident that resulted in him first getting suspended, and then fired, from CBS' Criminal Minds, after an 11-year run. Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner's portrayer tells People.com...Show More Summary
Thomas Gibson is sharing his side of the story about the on-set altercation that got him fired from Criminal Minds, and indicates that his character's abrupt exit from the show this season probably isn't going to give fans much closure. Gibson originally received a two-episode suspension after news... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Criminal Minds Thomas Gibson
Thomas Gibson doesn't sound like a man who is very sorry for his actions. In mid-August, Gibson was fired from his long-time lead role on Criminal Minds. He was dismissed from the CBS drama mere days after he was suspended for an on-set...Show More Summary
Thomas Gibson is telling his side of the story about the day that cost him his 12-year-long gig on Criminal Minds. Gibson, who was fired from the CBS series over the summer, told People...
Criminal Minds Season 12 takes off from last season’s drama with new cast joining along with the death of Shemar Moore. Though Moore leaving was somewhat expected, the bigger news for some was the suspension-turned-firing of Season 12...Show More Summary
With all the drama going on at Criminal Minds lately, it's good to know that some familiar old faces will be around. Now, we know that one guest star is coming back into the fold after a long time away.
Eight years is enough. Jane Lynch will reprise her role as Reid's mother Diana on Criminal Minds this season for the first time since 2008, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Lynch will appear in two episodes early next year for aShow More Summary
"Criminal Minds" Season 12 boasts of three newcomers when it returns while it will be missing two major characters in a pre-season cast shakeup. One of the additions is Paget Brewster who was supposed to only do a multi-episode guesting but was asked to become a series regular again.