“Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” Season 1 finale will have two back-to-back episodes that will focus entirely on the tussle of law with the dark villains. One thing is quite sure that the show scheduled to air on May 25 on CBS is going to be full of suspense, and gripping excitement as the lead cast continues criminal hunting.
The first episode of the “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” finale season is titled, “El Toro Bravo” and will show the team investigating a case of a missing American tourist whose severed ears were found previously, reports, Christian Times. The International Response Team (IRT) headed by Jack Garrett (Gary Sinise) will head towards Spanish land of Pamplona, Navarra in search of these dark villains.
Second Episode Starts At the End Of First
This team of specialized agents will chase a criminal and try to save a victim hiding amid the festival of San Fermin within the city. Surprisingly, the end of this episode will not be the end of the “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” Season 1. It concludes with the starting of another episode, “Paper Orphans.” The second episode will show team of Garrett flying to Haiti trying to rescue a kidnap victim who is a daughter of an American couple.
The girl goes to Haiti to adopt a child, and instead some unidentified people abduct her. And even though, Garrett is miles away from home in the midst of abduction case his mind is revolving around the issue related to his daughter’s preparation for college.
Daniel Henney To Feature into Season Two
According to Korea Times, American actor Daniel Henney will be a part of the Season two of “Criminal Minds: Beyond Border.” His management agency recently disclosed the information. The actor with Korean and Irish descent will be playing FBI agent Matt Simon just as he played in the first season of the show.
All the other lead actors who are a part of Season one including Tyler James Williams, Annie Funke, Gary Sinise and Alana de la Garza will be a part of the “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” second season that will be aired in 2017.
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