- Format: DVD Region 2 for the UK
- Number of Disc: 4
- Genre: Police Procedural
- Starring: Matthew Gray Gubler, A.J. Cook, Kirsten Vangsness, Paget Brewster, Joe Mantegna
- Studio: Paramount
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Where can I buy Criminal Minds season 15 on DVD?
The fifteenth and final season of Criminal Minds was ordered on January 10, 2019, with an order of 10 episodes. The season premiered on January 8, 2020, and concluded on February 19, 2020, with a two-hour series finale. Criminal Minds was renewed for a fifteenth and final season with an episode order of 10 episodes on January 10, 2019. It was revealed that the final season had been held for mid-season and would premiere on January 8, 2020, in its original time slot with a two-hour season premiere and the season would wrap up with a two-hour series finale.
Is Criminal Minds season 15 on DVD yet?
The team search for multiple serial killers. One who removes women’s faces and another who cuts up men’s torsos. J.J. and Spencer are still reeling after her admission. J.J.’s life is put in danger. JJ is in the hospital clinging to life having been seriously wounded in Everett Lynch and his daughter Grace Lynch’s successful escape from custody. Besides Will, Reid is standing vigil at the hospital, he who is angry at himself for not realizing sooner that JJ was in trouble. If JJ doesn’t make it, Reid will not only lose arguably his best friend, but he and she will not have been able to clear the air about the strain that has existed between the two of them since their previous case.
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When mutilated bodies appear in the Washington metropolitan area, Rossi becomes convinced they are the work of Everett Lynch (Michael Mosley), otherwise known as “The Chameleon”, the serial killer who nearly killed him and then disappeared. Meanwhile, Reid and JJ struggle in dealing with an awkward situation. With a member of the BAU in the hospital following a confrontation with Everett Lynch, the team continues their manhunt for him and his daughter Grace (Alex Jennings). Meanwhile, Reid, still struggling with recent events, visits his mother Diana (Jane Lynch) as she experiences a moment of lucidity.