If you’re a true “Criminal Minds” fan, you probably wait all week for the new episode each Wednesday evening on CBS, but what to do during the off time? Reruns air frequently on A&E and Ion Television, but if you don’t have access to a TV when you need a fix, there are still plenty of ways you can stay connected to the show.
If you have a favorite episode, look for the full-length video at the "Criminal Minds" website that you can watch whenever the mood strikes. While there, check out the trivia games and see if you’re good enough to call yourself a superfan. The CBS Store has several items for sale for the true “Criminal Minds” aficionado – t-shirts, coffee mugs, even DVD boxed sets of previous seasons – so go shopping if you’re bored, or looking for a gift for a fellow fanatic.
Want to get up close and personal with your favorite cast members? The show has a Facebook page that’s updated frequently, but several members of the cast have their own accounts and are active on Facebook and Twitter. Shemar Moore (Agent Derek Morgan) talks to his “baby girls” and shares lots of yummy photos on his Facebook page, and Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr. Spencer Reid) is active on his Facebook page as well, and also posts cool photos on the WhoSay app. Make sure to follow Shemar and Matthew on Twitter too.
True “Criminal Minds” fans might go through withdrawal if they can’t watch the latest episode or if the Wednesday night show is a repeat, but there are ways to help lessen the severity of the symptoms. What do you do when you need a “Criminal Minds” fix?