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'Criminal Minds' Season 13 Update: Show Gets Season Renewal; Thomas Gibson Reportedly Reprises Role

Update Date: Apr 19, 2017 08:59 PM EDT

"Criminal Minds" is now renewed a new season, which made fans happy. They have high hopes, now that Shemar Moore will be returning in the season 12 finale. Get to know if Thomas Gibson will also reprise his role in the hit TV series.

According to a recent report from Celebeat, the hit TV show, "Criminal Minds" has been renewed for season 13. Now, new reports are making rounds that Thomas Gibson who plays Aaron Hotchner might reprise his role in the show.

Thomas Gibson Reprises Role in "Criminal Minds" Season 13?

As per the publication, Thomas Gibson might finally make a comeback in the next season of "Criminal Minds." Variety confirmed that the show is renewed for season 13. Thus, fans are wondering when they would see Gibson in the story again, as reports suggested that he will be coming back in the finale of season 12.

For those who are not aware, Gibson was kicked out of the hit TV show, "Criminal Minds," after he allegedly had an altercation with one of the show's writers about a script he was directing last year. Gibson's sudden exit made fans file a petition, which only shows how much people loved him and his character.

Fans even started a social media hashtag, #NoHotchNoWatch. However, the petition still failed to bring Gibson back in the TV series.

Gibson Back For Renewal?

Reports stated that Gibson's exit from the show has affected the ratings of the series. Perhaps, his exit has impacted the show greatly.

In line with the renewal, viewers are very positive that the show will bring back Gibson's character before the next season starts. As of this date, fans are still hoping to know that Thomas Gibson will be back in the "Criminal Minds" Season 13 after it is finally renewed.

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