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I watched the season premiere of Criminal Minds Beyond Borders and it was an absolute disgrace! For starters, I am a die hard fan of the original Criminal Minds. I know everything about the show and especially the cast of the amazing characters that made it through 11 seasons! I never think that spin-offs are any good in any program, usually. But, just out of curiosity I decided to watch the premiere of Beyond Borders and it was cheesy and stupid. The profile of the unsub was terrible, the "expert profilers" didn't even go in depth about the unsub and they didn't analyze the psychological aspects of the unsub's mind like at all. It was pretty pathetic and it showed that the profilers were unprofessional. On the original Criminal Minds, the profiles of the criminal from Hotch's team are legit and actually makes sense. Also, just to point out the technical analyst on Beyond Borders, I felt like he was trying to act just like Penelope Garcia on the original Criminal Minds and it drove me crazy! Nobody will be as good as Garcia, the humor that the technical analyst on Beyond Borders put out wasn't even funny, Garcia on the other hand is hilarious. The plot to me didn't make much sense, I felt like the process and procedures to catch the unsub was too rushed. I don't think that this show will last that long, if it does then that would be surprising. Like I said before, spin-offs are usually not as good as the original series.
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