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Shemar Moore teases fans with season 10 'Criminal Minds' footage

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With season 10 of “Criminal Minds” quickly approaching fans of the show are eager to find out what's going to happen this year, and luckily at least one cast member is happy to give them a sneak peek at what's to come. On Tuesday, Shemar Moore, who plays Derek Morgan on the hit show, posted a short video clip from behind-the-scenes of the “Criminal Minds” set.

In the video fans got to see one small scene that will presumably be featured in an upcoming episode of “Criminal Minds.” The clip shows Moore (as Derek Morgan) and Thomas Gibson (as Aaron Hotchner) chasing what everyone assumes is an “unsub” (unknown subject) through a hallway right before Moore tackles him. Pretty exciting stuff, right?

The video is incredibly short at only 12 seconds long, but it was enough to get Moore's Facebook followers excited. Just 24 hours after Moore posted the clip it has already gained more than 100,000 likes, 3,600 shares, and 2,800 comments.

Though many fans are looking forward to season 10 of “Criminal Minds,” some are also nervous about who will be returning this season. The season 9 finale left off with a huge cliffhanger showing Dr. Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) shot and his condition unknown. Then, earlier this month fans learned that Jennifer Love Hewitt, 35, will be joining the cast of “Criminal Minds,” which left some fans wondering if she is meant as a replacement for Gubler or another member of the cast.

“Criminal Minds” first launched on CBS in 2005, and has aired more than 200 episodes to date. There have been some cast changes throughout the shows history, but most of the core cast members remain. Moore along with Gibson, Gubler, A. J. Cook, and Kirsten Vangsness have all been a part of the show since it began.

Want to know which of your favorite characters are returning this year? You can catch Shemar Moore and the rest of the “Criminal Minds” cast in the season 10 premiere on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 9 p.m on CBS.

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